Issue 453/454 | 01 May 2017

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 2 May 2017 in Magazines
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Eva Kaili interview, Palm Oil review, Brexit's impact on EU-UK research cooperation, Migration, EU Arctic Policy, Immunisation Week, Fisheries Policy, Obesity, 5 questions with Neena Gill and more...

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Eva Kaili talks to Rajnish Singh about the importance of investing in science and research, why Brexit should exclude scientific cooperation, and why she doesn’t want online platforms to censor fake news

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