28 Jun 2012

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European Conservatives and Reformists group leader Martin Callanan MEP has warned that the European summit risks becoming another paper shuffling exercise where leaders agree to prioritise ‘growth and jobs’ in the European economy, without any clear direction for achieving it and without tackling the real obstacle to economic advancement in the EU: the euro crisis.

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22 Jun 2012

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Possible coalition between New Democracy and the Socialist (PASOK) in Greece should give us hope for a solution to fundamental problems, which is the Greek economy. Under current conditions it is impossible to remain in the euro area of Greece and from Greece to the scale required fiscal adjustment is not possible to implement. This […]

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20 Jun 2012

Category:News

Better labelling of fish products, reducing discards, and incentives for more sustainable practices The reform of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) passed a major hurdle today as the European Parliament’s fisheries committee adopted proposals put forward by Struan Stevenson MEP, Vice-chairman of the committee.

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19 Jun 2012

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The ruling CPC Party in China is going through a promising process of evolution from a closed ideological organisation towards an open minded political body, ECR group First Vice-Chairman Jan Zahradil said after a meeting with the CPC delegation including Mr Li Jinjun, the Vice Minister of the International Department of CPC Central Committee.

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