Issue 439 | 12 September 2016

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 12 September 2016 in Magazines
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La Rentrée, Mobility Week, interview with Pervenche Berès, EU Alcohol Strategy, EU Week of Sport, GMOs, 5 Questions with 5 star movement MEP Eleonora Evi and more…

Defending Europe

Veteran MEP Pervenche Berès talks to Julie Levy-Abegnoli about reconnecting the EU with its citizens, Barroso’s betrayal and the key issues that must not be overlooked in the upcoming Brexit negotiations – should they happen.

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