Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament will hold a debate with Hungarian politicians, experts and civil society in Budapest this Friday.
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S&Ds: A conservative ultra-liberal agriculture policy is not what EU citizens expect. We’ll keep fighting for a more sustainable CAP
Following the today vote in the European Parliament’s agriculture committee on the Strategic Plan regulation of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP),
It has been almost four years since the Volkswagen emissions scandal broke out, and the European Commission and national governments are still
he European Parliament has taken up the demand signed by four million Europeans to stop changing the clock one hour ahead or one hour back every six
S&Ds: It’s time for the member states to respect rules on animal transport within and outside the EU. Animal welfare is not optional!
Thanks to the vote today in plenary endorsing the report on better animal welfare for transport within and outside the EU, the Social Democrats in the
The European Parliament today backed a wide-ranging free trade agreement with Singapore and an agreement on investment protection, as well as a series
Today the plenary of the EU parliament voted on a report drafted by S&D MEP Jytte Guteland, which calls on EU member states to be more proactive in
Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament welcome the agreement reached last night on revised rules on public procurement under the Clean
S&Ds: No more to Glyphosate-kind cases in Europe. We ensured a more transparent and reliable authorisation system of potentially dangerous substances
Following the trilogue negotiations with the EU Council and the EU Commission, the European Parliament shadow rapporteur on the General food law
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