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Progressive Society presents its report for a more sustainable and equal society.

Progressive Society presents its report for a more sustainable and equal society. Find out more here: https://www.progressivesociety.eu/ LINK to the

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Clean Energy is important for Europe

Clean Energy is important for Europe. S&Ds lead EU transition towards increased energy savings and more renewables

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Europe Together Go local tour - Finland

Europe Together Go local tour - Finland Watch the highlights of the debate with our Finnish MEP Miapetra Kumpula, Former President of Finland Tarja

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Our fight for social progress: #EuropeTogether

Our fight for social progress: #EuropeTogether We gathered in the "Dôme" in Carcassonne to debate the challenges ahead of us to achieve social

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For a Clean and Sustainable Agriculture

We want agricultural funds that support small and eco-friendly farmers. What we eat is very important.

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Panama Papers | Our Story

After 18 months of investigations, hear our story on the #PanamaPapers . And if you want to read more about it, check out our blog: https://medium.com

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Gianni Pittella and Mike Bloomberg: United We Can Fight Climate Change

Gianni Pittella and Mike Bloomberg: United We Can Fight Climate Change

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Peter Simon's Reaction to the Panama Committee Hearing with Jean-Claude Juncker

Today the Panama Papers inquiry committee had an exchange with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. We are not satisfied. Our MEP Peter

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Jeppe Kofod on the Role of Intermediaries | Panama Papers Inquiry Committee

After the Panama Papers Inquiry Committee with EU Commissioner Pierre Moscovici, S&D Jeppe Kofod reacts to the European Commission proposal to

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Paul Brannen on Palm Oil

The European Parliament today approved a report calling for the sustainable use of palm oil, which is extensively used in food, cosmetics and biofuels