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Latest update : 2011-10-26

'Indignant' movement: can it make a difference?

Inspired by Spain's Indignados and the Occupy Wall Street Movement, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators turned out from Asia to Europe on October 15th, calling for global change. While most protests passed off peacefully, a mass rally in Rome descended into street battles with more than a hundred people injured.

  • Stephen HUGHES, British MEP, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
  • Damien, Member of the 'Indignant' movement

Presented by Christophe Robeet

Prepared by Marie Billon

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2016-06-18 European Union

Nigel Farage, Denis MacShane argue both sides of Brexit debate

There are just a few days to go until the UK's referendum on EU membership. Money and migration have been some of the hottest topics in the debate but as polling booths prepare...

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2016-06-18 European Union

Does British agriculture depend on Brussels?

In the UK, 0.7% of GDP comes directly from agriculture. Money may not grow on trees but a thriving industry sprouts from farming, Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss says. One...

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2016-06-11 European Union

Frans Timmermans: 'We can't handle millions of Africans coming to Europe'

Promising more money to keep migrants away from EU shores, citing possible progress in relation to visa liberalisation for Turkey and sending warnings to Poland over changes to...

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2016-06-11 European Union

UK referendum: What happens to the EU in case of a Brexit?

It is the EU's second-biggest economy, and one of the Union’s two main military mights. But it is questioning its membership of the group. With just over a week to go until the...

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2016-06-04 Luxembourg

Pierre Gramegna: ‘A win-win strategy if Britain remains in EU’

Luxembourg’s Finance Minister, Pierre Gramegna, denies a recent report accusing his country of striking secret tax deals with multinational companies. Instead, he insists...

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