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Gianni Pittella on China Market Economy Status

Pittella: A great victory for Europe. The S&Ds succeeded in building up strong trade defence instruments to protect European workers and industries

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Gianni Pittella on the State of the European Union SOTEU

Gianni Pittella on the State of the European Union SOTEU

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Gianni Pittella ahead of the State of the Union

Ahead of Juncker's State of the Union, our leader Gianni Pittella shares what is on his mind while thinking about tomorrow's speech.

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Carlos Zorrinho on the Promotion of Internet Connectivity | #Wifi4EU

The European Parliament today backed a scheme to bring WiFi connectivity to public spaces such as parks, squares and public buildings across Europe.

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Rana Plaza | Improving Safety at Work #SafeDay

The Socialists and Democrats have today led a cross-party majority calling on the Commission to adopt binding rules for socially responsible practices

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The European Parliament held a plenary debate on Israel and Palestine today, focusing on settlements in the West Bank

Today, the European Parliament approved the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada in a final vote in Strasbourg. Following

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Bernd Lange on Conflict Minerals

Today the Council, Commission and European Parliament’s negotiators reached a final agreement on rules to exclude so-called 'conflict minerals' or

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Alessia Mosca on Trade Protection

Socialists and Democrats express their support for the thousands of workers and union representatives who demonstrated in Brussels today against

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Gianni Pittella on CETA

Following the stalemate in negotiations for the CETA trade agreement between the EU and Canada, the president of the S&D Group in the European

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Conflict minerals: S&Ds have won a battle for justice

After lengthy and difficult negotiations, the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission have reached a political agreement on regulation to