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The only way for Europe to respond to Donald Trump’s trade policy is by promoting fair, open and rules-based global trade, writes Ulrike Müller.
Following the Commission's proposal to harmonise the security features of identity cards and residence permits and permits issued by the Member States, EDP delegate general and also Rapporteur for the European Parliament Gérard Deprez welcomes the proposal.
Today, the European Commission presented its legislative proposal on the Common Agricultural Policy.
Today, the U.S. steel and aluminium tariffs on the import from the EU (as well as from Mexico and Canada) entered into force. The EU reacted by immediately establishing a list of U.S. products that will be taxed more heavily: blue jeans, peanut butter and motorcycles.
On Tuesday, MEPs voted with a broad majority in favour of a more social Europe! With the adoption of the revised version of the Posted Workers Directive, the European Parliament recalls the importance of a key principle: equal pay for equal work.
EDP MEPs have given their support today to a European Parliament resolution, today in plenary session in Strasbourg, on the European Commission's proposals for the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.
The EDP held its Council in Warsaw on the 24th of May 2018, in the presence of delegations coming from EDP member parties as well as guests from Hungary, Czechia and Cyprus.
The demographic change in Europe is a key issue that the European Union has to tackle, and this topic will be more and more present in the EU pollical agenda in the near future as this problematic deals with a lot of different policies: amongst them migrations, social and inclusion issues, economy…
Following today’s presentation today by the European Commission in a plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels of the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027, EDP Delegate General Gérard Deprez welcomed the European Commission's willingness to give more autonomy budget to the European Union.
Member states continue to give much lower priority to promoting mental wellbeing compared to physical health, writes Marian Harkin