Issue 451 | 20 March 2017

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 20 March 2017 in Magazines
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Lynn Boylan interview, Winter Package review, Ports and Shipping, Dutch elections, ePrivacy, Counterfeit Electrical Products, World Water day, 5 questions with Davor Škrlec and more...

Power to the People

Lynn Boylan talks to Brian Johnson about providing Northern Ireland with special status post-Brexit, why Europe needs a more social approach to trade, and why tinkering around the edges of EU reform is just not going to cut it with today’s citizens

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