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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.

TALKING EUROPE

TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2012-11-19

Spain's lost generation

More than half of young Spaniards are out of work and a recent study shows that two thirds of them are considering emigrating. It's the sad result of Europe's debt crisis: the best-educated generation Spain has ever produced is the hardest hit by the crisis. We ask what Europe can do to give young people a chance to work.

  • Salvador Garriga Polledo, Spanish MEP, European People's Party;
     
  • Pervenche Berès, French MEP, Socialists and Democrats.

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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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2016-02-06 Netherlands

Bert Koenders: ‘We cannot solve the refugee crisis by closing borders’

As the EU is failing to deal with the number of refugees arriving on its shores, the Netherlands is currently holding the rotating presidency of the EU and recently joined the...

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2016-02-06 David Cameron

UK in the EU: are proposed reforms enough?

The UK is renegotiating its relationship with the EU, calling for an emergency break on paying social welfare to EU migrants, asking for more national sovereignty and overall...

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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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