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S&Ds: Proud to have succeeded in getting European Parliament’s backing for the European Health Union

Following the vote in the plenary on 10 July 2020, the S&D Group expresses its deep satisfaction for pushing forward the concept of a European Health

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The Socialists and Democrats take on European Own Resources

European Own Resources are vital to help the EU recover in the post Covid-19 lockdown era. As the next European Union budget is being fine-tuned and

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Disinformation during COVID-19 crisis

The spread of disinformation is a direct threat to our societies by default. It undermines our democracies, it harms our values and it affects our

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Post-Covid 19: what’s the recovery plan for Europe?

In this first episode of "What’s Left?", we take a look at ideas to recover from the worst recession since the Great Depression, following the COVID

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Iratxe García: It's not about money, it's about Europe

“It is intolerable that 23 pro-EU countries are hostage to four preferring a national response. It's not about more or less money, it's about

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Happy biodiversity day. We welcome the EU Commission’s strategy on biodiversity

Following today’s presentation of the 2030 Biodiversity Strategy by the European Commission and in view of the upcoming biodiversity day, the 22 of

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A European Health Union - if not now, then when?

From this COVID-19 crisis we have learnt important lessons and one of those is the importance of public health systems. Men and women of the European

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Europe day celebration: let's make history again!

Europe day celebration: 70 years after the creation of the European coal and steel community, we are called to make history, again! Workers in the

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Standing up with workers on Labour Day

This year, the First of May is not like any other year. Millions of workers around the world face uncertainty. More than 50 million Europeans risk