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A show from Brussels with two MEPs facing off and an interview with a European leader. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

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TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2012-09-11

Eurozone debt crisis: what do we do now?

After a quiet summer, it seems that the debt crisis is back to haunt eurozone leaders. They have embarked on a new round of shuttle diplomacy in a bid to save the euro. But is there a credible plan on the table to save the single currency?

Christophe Robeet speaks to:

  • Sharon Bowles, British MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats
  • Leonardo Domenici, Italian MEP, Socialists and Democrats.

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Programme produced by Salima Belhadj.

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2016-01-30 lobbying

EU: Is agriculture getting greener? (part 2)

Farming takes the largest chunk of the EU budget, some 50 billion euros. It's recently been reformed with aims to "go greener" but it is still not without controversy. Talking...

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2016-01-30 agriculture

EU: Is agriculture getting greener? (part 1)

Farming takes the largest chunk of the EU budget, some 50 billion euros. It's recently been reformed with aims to "go greener" but it is still not without controversy. Talking...

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2016-01-22 Belgium

Belgian FM calls for better intelligence-sharing with police

Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders explains what more can be done to catch terrorists. Beyond better intelligence sharing at the top, he says police officers at the borders...

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2016-01-22 space

The new space race: This time it's companies against countries

With new technology and reusable rockets, going into outer space is getting cheaper. Today it's no longer just countries but rather companies that are elbowing their way into the...

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2016-01-16 Digital

EU's Oettinger on Poland: 'Media independence is an important EU value'

Gunther Oettinger is the EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society. He comments on the Polish government's recent changes to the country’s highest court and the media....

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