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

TALKING EUROPE

TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2013-05-20

EU Competitivness: Paying too much for energy?

EU leaders are meeting in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss energy issues against the backdrop of a weakening economy and record unemployment. European industry says it is disadvantaged because of the price it pays for energy compared to its competitors. Are energy prices in Europe too high? Is Europe's green energy consensus beginning to disintegrate?

With our guests :

 

Fiona Hall, British MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats

Member of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Dimitrios Droutsas, Greek MEP, Socialists and Democrats
Vice-Chair, Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

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2015-05-23 diplomacy

'No appetite among member states' to revise EU treaties for UK referendum

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2015-05-23 agriculture

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The EU's Common Agricultural Policy began operating in 1962 to achieve food security on the continent. Fifty years later, because the CAP swallows almost 40 percent of the EU...

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2015-05-16 David Cameron

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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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