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TALKING EUROPE

TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2010-03-17

Can Europe save its pensions?

To cope with soaring deficits and population ageing, most EU members have to rethink their pension systems. In this programme, we look at Germany and France. While Berlin has already raised the legal retirement age to 67, the French are still allowed to leave the job market at 60.

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Programme prepared by Elisabeth Scherrer

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2015-05-16 David Cameron

EU renegotiation 'is not just Britain coming to Brussels with a shopping list'

David Cameron has hailed his election victory as a "mandate" to renegotiate Britain's relationship with Europe. The newly re-elected British PM has vowed to hold an in/out...

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2015-05-16 eurozone

Greece and the eurozone: Deal or not deal?

At the last eurozone meeting, Greece's creditors welcomed "progress" in crunch talks over the country's future in the single currency. But they failed once again to release the...

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2015-05-09 European Union

Cameron wins second term: Is Britain sleepwalking towards Brexit?

British Prime Minister David Cameron has defied expectations by winning a decisive victory in the UK general election, with his Conservative party securing an outright majority...

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2015-05-09 European Union

'Out of the question that Scotland will be taken out of Europe without deciding it'

Christian Allard, who is originally from France, is a Member of the Scottish Parliament. His party, the separatist Scottish National Party, won 56 out of Scotland's 59 seats in...

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2015-05-02 European Union

Guy Verhofstadt: Lack of EU asylum system is 'pushing people to come to Europe'

A former Belgian Prime Minister, Guy Verhofstadt is the chair of the Group of Liberals and Democrats in the European Parliament. He calls himself a federalist and believes...

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