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EU-UK relations: What to expect next?

After Brexit, we are now looking ahead to future relations between the EU and the UK. We want to make sure the EU is united during negotiations. We

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Post Brexit - Meet our 4 new S&D MEPs

Brexit happened. There's no turning back. But our fight for a more social, fairer and more integrated Europe continues. Find out more about what our 4

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The Conference on the Future of Europe

MEPs on 15 January 2020 agreed an inclusive, participatory and bottom-up approach for the Conference on the Future of Europe. We call on all EU

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Evelyn Regner and Agnes Jongerius on the Gender Pay Gap

Evelyn Regner and Agnes Jongerius delivering their views on the Gender Pay Gap on Monday 13 January 2020.

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What do European citizens expect for 2020? "Best of 2019" and the steps ahead

In a year that started with fear of nationalism and populism, the European elections produced a twist, with a high turnout - and climate change became

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The new Commission: S&Ds team

The new Commission: S&Ds team The Socialists and Democrats voted in favour of the new European Commission, after five months of intense negotiations

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Our Fight Against Foreign Interference

The S&D Group in the European Parliament is keeping the pressure on member state governments and the European Commission to take tougher action at the

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MEP Kati Piri on Turkish military operation in Northeast Syria

EU should impose economic sanctions and a full ban on arms sales to Turkey following its military intervention in Syria. Kati Piri, S&D vice-president

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Sakharov 2019: Chief Raoni, Claudelice Silva dos Santos, Marielle Franco

Sakharov 2019: Chief Raoni, Claudelice Silva dos Santos, Marielle Franco Read more about them here

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Our demands for the next European Commission

The last Strasbourg Session of the European Parliament in July was a decisive session for the future of the European Union. Although disappointed on