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Anders Vistisen MEP Sep 12
Once again, a very disappointing . A clearly tired hasn’t learned from previous mistakes. Whatever the question his answer is “more Europe”. EU Defence Union, end of national vetos on foreign policy decisions, EU wide electoral rules, & many more unrealistic ideas!
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Ashley Fox MEP Sep 12
Replying to @Ashleyfoxmep
now calling for the end of national vetos on foreign policy decisions And some (undefined) tax matters “more Europe, more Europe, more Europe”🙄
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Hans-Olaf Henkel MEP Sep 12
Juncker‘s last speech: presided over the worst 5 year term: Division between East and West, North and South, rampant populism everywhere,record debts in most countries and, worst of all, he lost Britain,the last country with common sense!
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Fabian Reinbold Sep 18
Replying to @fabreinbold
on , right now “Jean-Claude is a tough man. I like him. He‘s nasty. He‘s a tough cookie.”
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CAM investor Sep 21
Yeah, well, the feeling is mutual. The is annoying: , , , the insufferable little , advice from (Pop 0.5m), the idiot that is . Stop creeping round this cabal, grow a pair and WALK.
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Dr Julia Reid MEP Sep 14
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RJ Sep 21
Replying to @CER_IanBond
Ian, it would really help then if France would make post-Brexit life a littlebit more easier for the UK. France should use its influence to stop inflexible stance of people like and ...
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RedSquirrel Sep 12
or ? “The geopolitical situation makes this Europe’s hour: the time for European sovereignty has come,”
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Mark Benbow Sep 12
Just listened to the man is a power freak who wants to be king of Europe! Dangerous individual
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Anders Vistisen MEP Sep 12
’s answer to the migration crisis? Abolishing internal border controls, more legal migration & forced redistribution. This is not the way forward! EC has to respect the sovereignty of EU Member States over asylum policy!
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Agata Gostyńska Sep 12
Replying to @AgataGostynska
2. I agree that it is not a good moment for pats on the back and I agree with that member-states have in many respects held the Commission up from delivering on Commission's promises.
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Cristina Vanberghen Sep 12
called for qualified majority voting on EU foreign policy ; dysfunctionality when requiring unanimous decisions on issues like imposing sanctions on non-EU countries; even more, Juncker suggested expanding the qualified majority voting for tax-related issues!
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Varvez Sep 21
Mr. : "Don't worry, ne happy". It appears something like "sciatica"
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Agata Gostyńska Sep 12
Replying to @AgataGostynska
1. As media had previously reported decided not to focus on what his Commission achieved but on what still needs to be done to convince European citizens to say 'Yes' to the EU when they go to the polls next year.
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Europe Elects 24h
EU28: Round of those who want to replace as Head of EU Commission through the system in the 2019 European election has declined to 8 candidates after today's drop out of Hans-Olaf Henkel (ECR). Line starts with first declaring interest to run.
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EUobserver Sep 21
says a "basic consensus" has been reached on enlarging the EU border force .
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Sophia Besch Sep 12
in this morning looks back at his contribution to EU defence efforts. For better or for worse (...) his political-level push to do more made a difference. Q is what will happen to initiatives under less supportive Commission? Can defence run below radar?
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Lucy Welford Sep 19
2 years after the Leave vote....all that’s actually happened is that the and have effectively made leave govt
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Vladimir Krstevski Makedonski 5h
‘Buy some |s instead of |s, on eod its cheaper, and beside, no-drugs, just alcohol.’ sayings
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Victor Starski Sep 12
Replying to @BasedPoland
Replace with as the new President of the
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