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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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Kathleen Van Brempt on Trump's Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

Kathleen Van Brempt on Trump's Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

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Energy Poverty | Stories from Spain

Today, over 50 million Europeans are forced to live their lives in energy poverty. This means that they are not able to pay for the electricity and

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It's Time to End Energy Poverty

The Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament launched their campaign ‘END Energy Poverty’ in the presence of local and European

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Kathleen Van Brempt on how to End Energy Poverty

The Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament launched their campaign ‘END Energy Poverty’ in the presence of local and European

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A New Deal for Energy Consumers

Over 50 million EU citizens are living in energy poverty and Socialists and Democrats want the new strategy for an Energy Union to bring solutions for

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Martin Schulz in Koblenz

The European Parliament President, Martin Schulz, talks about the Digital Revolution on our event Relaunching Europe, in Koblenz, Germany.

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Hear the participants in RE Koblenz

Hear the participants of the Relaunching Europe event in Koblenz talk about the Digital Revolution and the issues that arise from it. Know more at:

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Let's make tax fair

Our tax system in Europe is broken. Ordinary taxpayers have paid dearly for the irresponsible gambles of greedy bankers, while for the richest few

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"The European project is at risk if the economy fails to rebound," warns a group of major institutes in the independent Annual Growth Survey for 2015 (iAGS)

Growth in the Euro zone should increase to 1.3% in 2015 and 1.6% in 2016 from 0.8% in 2014. Europe faces a long period of low growth, high