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13.09.2017
With little progress in the Brexit talks, EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier says the second phase of negotiations focusing on a trade accord and other future ties may not begin until early next year. The rights of millions of EU and UK citizens remains the top priority, Barnier says, speaking at the European Parliament’s Pan-European Working Group. The working group’s Chair, Paul Rübig of the EPP Group, says with Brexit, there is worry about the stability of internal UK relations after Brexit, regarding Northern Ireland and other UK members.

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Freewheeling media needs more safeguards, says European Parliament
21.02.2013

Freewheeling media needs more safeguards, says European Parliament

Report headed by EPP Group’s Piotr Borys calls for stronger audiovisual rules on advertising, children’s programs and better promotion of European productions.
Making the most of EU Citizenship
20.02.2013

Making the most of EU Citizenship

In a hearing to highlight the 2013 European Year of Citizens, members look to remove obstacles which hinder citizens’ freedom of movement and their political rights.
EPP Group Chairman sets conditions for EU budget negotiations
18.02.2013

EPP Group Chairman sets conditions for EU budget negotiations

Doing more with less money. This is what the European Council believes with the adoption of the conclusions of the MFF, the European Union's Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020. For the first time in history, the EU budget has been reduced. As a first reaction, the leaders of the biggest...
European Funds to contribute to regional development
13.02.2013

European Funds to contribute to regional development

During the European Parliament's plenary session in Strasbourg, two EPP Group reports were adopted, which aim to bring us one step closer to regional stability.
EU to reduce vehicle noise by 25%
06.02.2013

EU to reduce vehicle noise by 25%

The European Parliament approved tougher regulation of vehicle noise, cutting it by 25% over eight years. to fight deadly noise pollution. The measure, backed by the EPP Group, also calls for minimum noise levels for electric and hybrid vehicles. 
EPP Group encourages faster European integration of Western Balkans
31.01.2013

EPP Group encourages faster European integration of Western Balkans

Members of the European Parliament and experts support the region's integration in the EU at the EPP Group's third conference on the Western Balkans .
EU economic policy needs teeth, more future-oriented spending
30.01.2013

EU economic policy needs teeth, more future-oriented spending

The European Commission´s economic policy proposal needs closer coordination with sanctions, more country-specific recommendations and future-looking investment, say EPP Group MEPs.
European Institutions discuss on a new data protection law to increase users' rights
29.01.2013

European Institutions discuss on a new data protection law to increase users' rights

Members of the EPP Group explained the key points of the new reform of the data protection rules that will strengthen online privacy rights and boost Europe's digital economy.
The great shake-up of the Common Agricultural Policy
25.01.2013

The great shake-up of the Common Agricultural Policy

The Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development of the European parliament has adopted four bills which contribute to a global reform of the Common Agricultural Policy. EPP Group has marked the outcome of the votes as most of its proposed amendments have been adopted.
European Parliament backs asbestos crackdown
24.01.2013

European Parliament backs asbestos crackdown

A European Parliament committee approved a report calling for a crackdown on asbestos remaining in buildings, and to raise awareness of the effort.

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Managing producer EPP TV; Communications Strategy