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Worst EU Lobbying Award Winners Announced

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The winners of the 2008 Worst EU Lobbying Awards have been revealed at a ceremony in Brussels yesterday evening, despite a last minute attempt to gag the organisers with legal action from o

European Parliament: The left view on this week's business

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Working Time Directive: “a deplorable text”

Statement from the Greek Social Forum:

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15 year old pupil shot dead by policeman

Sinn Fein: "We need a new direction. Lisbon does not provide it."

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During a debate in response to Council of Ministers and European Commission statements on the preparation of the forthcoming European Council (11-12 December), Mary Lou McDonald, MEP oif Sinn Fein and

Israel 'is not above the law': European Parliament suspends vote on upgrade of EU – Israeli relations

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The European Parliament (EP) this week postponed its vote on a proposal by the EU Commission and Council which would have strengthened Israel's trading position with the EU.

European Parliament votes in favour of report highlighting internal human rights abuses

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A report on the situation of fundamental rights in the European Union in the years 2004-2008, prepared by Italian United European Left (GUE/NGL) MEP Giusto Catania of the Communist Refounda

Come to the Worst EU Lobbying Awards Ceremony 2008, 9th December 2008 in Brussels

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Corporate Europe Observatory is are pleased to invite Spectrezine readers to the Worst EU Lobbying Awards Ceremony 2008, 9th December 2008 in Brussels

European space policy will see defence industry cashing in

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The European Space Agency´s (ESA) €10 billion budget, agreed by EU Ministers at a meeting in The Hague on 26th

European Railway Workers March in Paris

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Mobilisation- 25000 people from a dozen countries of the European Union have demonstrated in

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