Issue 435 | 30 May 2016

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 31 May 2016 in Magazines
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Ian Duncan interview, Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) reform, EU Development Days preview, Sustainable Development Week, eHealth, Blood & Plasma policy, 5 Questions with Angelika Niebler and more…

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Ian Duncan talks to Brian Johnson about the difficulties of building cross party consensus, skeleton reports and shadow meetings and why free allowances are set to be the ‘beating heart’ of the EU’s emissions trading scheme reforms.

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