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the3million 27m
Bob Posner, Chief Executive of the , calls scandal in which EU citizens in the UK & were unable to vote in the "hugely unacceptable" & "entirely avoidable" Blaming the Govt for not providing enough time to prepare.
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European Parliament Jun 13
Almost three weeks since : here's how Parliament's decisions of the past five years affect your daily life ⬇
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Number Six 12h
says it's Spain's problem if MEPs elected by over 2 million voters are prevented by Spain from taking up their seats in the . The disenfranchisement of millions of voters isn't the 's problem? So what problems does the address?
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Adrià Sisternes 2h
🇪🇺 What future for Europe after the ? Debating with the and some of the EU young shapers of the present and the future, at .
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Alice Stollmeyer 7h
EU Parliament investigates UK🇬🇧 elections scandal. The fact that over 1,000,000 EU citizens were denied their right to vote, almost certainly had a major impact on the results of the
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Pierre LETURCQ 58m
To the (inevitable) question « Do you want to be the next president of the ? » Commissioner simply answers « It is long overdue for a woman to hold that position. Maybe we should try something new. Try women ! »
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Karl-Heinz Lambertz Jun 14
The showed the vast majority of Europeans believe their future lies in a united EU but its time for change. The EU needs to be more visible, effective & responsive to the needs of citizens. This is how:
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Dr Chris Adetunji 1m
is the only one on the panel who directly addresses the need to win back the votes of voters who voted in the last . debate
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Anna Elomäki 3h
Despite gains made in the number of people of colour in the European Parliament is still far from representative — and it’s set to decrease after .
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European Parliament Jun 10
After , MEPs form political groups. But, what is needed to launch one? Watch to find out ⬇
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Ross Colquhoun Jun 13
When some politicians are on ropes they lash out. Scottish Tories comprehensively lost and now they're threatening to undermine the devolution settlement. Davidson and her merry band of anti-democrats are making it up as they go along.
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💚🌱 Jane ✌️ 🇬🇧 #LookB4WeLeave 🇪🇺 12h
True. In , 9,489,558 voted for parties explicitly opposed to No Deal Brexit (LD/Lab/G/SNP/PC/CH/SF/UUP/All/SDLP/UKEU/WEP) Only 5,904,955 for parties explicitly for No Deal backers (BXP/UKIP/TUV/ED) h/t
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Dods People EU 5h
The welcome as the new president of the group in the European Parliament.
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