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  - • EU subsidies have encouraged overfishing: study
  - • February 2010: Euro area unemployment rate at 10%, EU27 at 9.6% - Eurostat
  - • The EU is in crisis mode - once again
  - • Greek Budget Crisis Adds 13 Billion Euros to Interest
  - • Euro falls on concerns over Greece
  - • SchΓ€uble demands EU economic government
  - • Lisbon treaty's citizens' initiative turns out to be a joke
  - • EU laws cost twice as much as British ones to enforce, says report
  - • Turkey Knocks: Will EU Let It Enter?
  - • Greek bond issue to test EU rescue deal
  - • Greek deal receives mixed response from markets
  - • Herman Van Rompuy coins new 'EUphemism'
  - • Face saver for Cameron?
  - • Gordon Brown rejects German call to make changes to Lisbon treaty
  - • EU's new 10-year economic plan goes global
  - • EU bids for central economic governance
  - • Greek deal gives euro time, little else
  - • How far can the euro fall?
  - • Swiss snubbed as Libya and EU patch up dispute
  - • NATO head says Europe must support defence for global role
  - • EU-US summits to take place 'only when necessary'
  - • Britain faces losing power over its own Budget under new plans for an 'economic Government of the EU'
  - • Greek stocks surge as Greeks are further enslaved
  - • EU parliament in deadlock over proposed hedge fund ban
  - • EU foreign policy head fails to charm with diplomatic service plans
  - • EU Commission sticks to its biofuel policy
  - • Europe still split over carbon tax at border
  - • EU changes strategy on climate change, now urging other nations to tackle issue 'step by step'
  - • Europe agrees IMF-EU rescue for Greece
  - • Greek crisis is 'tip of the iceberg,' Chinese official says
  - • Berlusconi: Italy in front line of EU-27 to aid Greece
  - • Merkel's myopia reopens Europe’s German question
  - • Acropolis Now: Beware Greeks bearing debts, but also Germans bearing measly gifts
  - • New EU Gestapo spies on Britons
  - • MEPs reject Ashton's EU blueprint
  - • Commission pressed to protect work-free Sundays
  - • EU pushes BoI to offload UK assets
  - • Sarkozy vows to fight unwinding of EU farm policy
  - • EU prepares new bank data deal with US to trace bank transactions
  - • Labour vows to fight to keep Britain's opt-out from EU's maximum 48-hour working week
  - • EU faces 'bleakest' period for a decade
  - • Potential IMF role deals blow to euro's standing
  - • Poland unhappy with EU's 10-year economic central plan
  - • Parliament wants 6.5% increase in 2011 budget
  - • Ashton secures deal on new diplomatic service
  - • Germany, France Back IMF Greek Role, Official Says
  - • Ashton makes concessions to parliament on diplomatic service
  - • German finance minister wants tough sanctions for EU debtors
  - • English not enough for top EU foreign policy chief
  - • MEPs water down spending report
  - • EU defends itself from attack on ACTA
  - • Council draft conclusions on EU's 10-year economic central plan
  - • FOREX-Euro slips on Greece concerns, EU summit awaited
  - • EU capitals defend Ashton's powers in diplomatic corps
  - • Barroso calls for Greek aid package
  - • Greek Bonds Drop, Yield Spreads With Germany Widen on Debt Woes
  - • Greek debt crisis merely adds to the list of issues dividing the European Union
  - • Greece 'One Step Away' From Being Unable To Borrow
  - Dave, By Appointment to HMQ, Snake Oil Salesman
  - A Little Hatchet Job
  - Another Pertinent Question from Boris
  - • EU calls for bank bail-out fund: more credit out of thin air
  - • Van Rompuy and Barroso to both represent EU at G20
  - • In Shift, Germany Says It Is Open to IMF Aid for Greece
  - • Markets spooked as Greek rescue plan crumbles
  - • Greek PM wants EU to pledge support at summit
  - • European Union finance officials at impasse on global reform
  - • Brown delays EU hedge fund reforms
  - • EU economic governance inevitable, Belgian PM says
  - • Baroness Ashton blamed for political 'weakness' delay to EU diplomatic corps
  - • UK taxpayer 'will pay tens of billions of euros for Greek rescue'
  - Let's Whack Wicked Dog Owners!
  - Meat And Drink For The Birds
  - Is THIS your kind of country?
  - “Global warming” is no global crisis - Interim statement by UKIP
  - Londonshire?
  - A-Poaching We Will Go!
  - EU biofuels significantly harming food production in developing countries

Strasbourg plenary
11-14 June 2018


Strasbourg plenary
28-31 May 2018


Brussels mini-plenary
02-03 May 2018

Strasbourg plenary
16-19 April 2018


20 JUN 2018: David Coburn: Dutch MEP gets sound advice (Fisheries committee)

20 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: Sugar beet industry in Finland gone downhill (AGRI committee)

19 JUN 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Erasmus programmes go beyond cultural and educational exchange (CULT committee)

19 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU should wait on outcome of US sanctions before blundering into Iran (Budgets committee)

14 JUN 2018: David Coburn: EU anti-corruption scope does not extend to its own institutions

13 JUN 2018: Raymond Finch: NGOs colluding with people smugglers in the Mediterranean

13 JUN 2018: David Coburn: Why do we keep attracting more migrants? (Bluecard Question to EPP MEP Rangel)

13 JUN 2018: Gerard Batten: This is invasion, not immigration!

12 JUN 2018: William Dartmouth: EU aiding and abetting corrupt government in Ukraine

12 JUN 2018: Mike Hookem: Theresa May surrenders to EU policy against Donald Trump over Iran

12 JUN 2018:
David Coburn: LibDem MEP living in another world on another planet (Point of Order)

12 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: Farmers forced to measure vapours and gases to improve world climate (AGRI committee, 11.06.2018)

12 JUN 2018: Gerard Batten: Theresa May should make way for a PM who supports Brexit

11 JUN 2018:
Gerard Batten: British ex-servicemen who served in NI are being unjustly persecuted in the UK

11 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: Bulgarian justice system fails to protect EU citizens against property fraud by Russian groups

11 JUN 2018: Julia Reid: Baseless energy and climate policies profoundly damaging EU economy

11 JUN 2018:
David Coburn: EU attempts to micro-manage markets - financial dog's dinner

07 JUN 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Theresa May rolls over to EU rule over Brexit (CULT committee)

07 JUN 2018:
Patrick O'Flynn: For eurozone to continue those who benefited from the euro must fund those it destroyed (CULT committee)

04 JUN 2018: Gerard Batten: The Guardian is a partisan political player trying to overturn Brexit vote (LIBE Committee)

04 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: A move towards buying British farm produce (AGRI committee)

31 MAY 2018:
Bill Etheridge: Freedom is an unstoppable ideal

31 MAY 2018:
Bill Etheridge calls for release of two British citizens held in Iran

30 MAY 2018: Julia Reid: Ecodesign Directive will ban tungsten bulbs from theatres by 2020

30 MAY 2018: Margot Parker: EU-trained Libyan coast guards atrociously abusing migrants

30 MAY 2018:
Jill Seymour: Tackling odometer fraud requires cross-border solutions

30 MAY 2018: Ray Finch: Selling England by the pound should never be part of our equationΒ 

29 MAY 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: EU's pourous external border gives rise to internal border checks

29 MAY 2018: Bill Etheridge: EU-US tariff war would devastate steel industry

29 MAY 2018:
Bill Etheridge: Green obsessions cost jobs and money (Bluecard Question to Greens MEP Molly Scott Cato)

29 MAY 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Stop berating Trump: EU has significantly worse record on tariff barriers

29 MAY 2018:
David Coburn: Italian president now taking orders from EU (Bluecard Question to Ind. MEP Steven Woolfe)

29 MAY 2018: Nigel Farage: With Italy you've bitten off more than you can chew

28 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU plan for young farmers fraught with red tape and open to abuse

28 MAY 2018:
David Coburn: A Euronationalist Scottish Nationalist? (Bluecard Question to SNP MEP Hudghton)

28 MAY 2018: David Coburn: North Sea plan exposes EU for what it is

21 MAY 2018: Nigel Farage: Who decides what's politically acceptable, Mr Zuckerberg? (Conference of Presidents meeting with Mark Zuckerberg)

17 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: GM produce circulating in organic food chain (AGRI committee)

17 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: Climate is driven by natural factors and there's nothing the Green lobby can do to stop that (AGRI committee)

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