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Dr. Giulia Moi MEP, an apology

Dr. Giulia Moi MEP, an apology

| June 20, 2019

On 22nd May 2019 we published a story that wrongly quoted Giulia Moi MEP regarding work in the environment and a certain petroleum company. Giulia Moi MEP has asked to to make it clear that the alleged quotes were untrue and asked us to remove them from the article. We have done so and offer our […]

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Media Pack

Media Pack

| June 12, 2019

  eureporter offers the opportunity for organisations a means of influencing the opinion and decision making of the European Commission, European Parliament, other EU Institutions, policy makers and individual country administrations. Please view our video here. Research shows that positive media coverage of business operations strongly influence policy decisions made by the European Commission, Parliament […]

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Test

| August 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

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#StrongerIn: Denis Macshane – Let’s Stay Together: Why Yes to Europe

#StrongerIn: Denis Macshane – Let’s Stay Together: Why Yes to Europe

| April 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

I have a new pro-Europe or anti-Brexit short book out next week. It’s called Let’s Stay Together: Why Yes to Europe. It is already up on Amazon – see below.  I understand that to get the book higher up the Amazon list interest or even a purchase (it’s only £4.99) has to be shown so […]

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#DigitizeEU: Commission launches new plans to digitize European industry and research

#DigitizeEU: Commission launches new plans to digitize European industry and research

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

The European Commission presented a set of measures to support and link up national initiatives for the digitisation of industry and related services across all sectors and to boost investment through strategic partnerships and networks. The Commission also proposes concrete measures to speed up the development of common standards in priority areas, such as 5G […]

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#Overfishing: Parliament votes on agreements to support fish stocks

#Overfishing: Parliament votes on agreements to support fish stocks

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Fish are not only tasty and nutritious, but also increasingly at risk. Overfishing is causing fish stocks to drop around the world. The EU aims to promote sustainable fishing in Europe as part of its common fisheries policy. This week Parliament’s fisheries committee votes on important agreements with Liberia and Mauritania and looks at how […]

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#Refugees: 100,000 Syrians trapped between ISIS and Turkey

#Refugees: 100,000 Syrians trapped between ISIS and Turkey

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

New reports from Human Rights Watch show that Turkish border guards have shot at Syrian refugees fleeing ISIS. Around 100.000 Syrian refugees are trapped between ISIS and the Turkish border after it was closed by Turkey.   ALDE Group leader Guy Verhofstadt calls on the Commission to react immediately following these reports. Verhofstadt said: “Not […]

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