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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.



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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2016-10-15 Freedom of the press

Polish civil society leader slams 'illiberal regime' in Warsaw

Since the Law and Justice party came to power in Poland last year, EU officials have accused the government of trying to control the constitutional court, the civil service and...

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2016-10-15 abortion

Abortion in Europe: Time to relax restrictions?

Poles have stared down their government’s proposed ban on abortion. Massive protests and strikes forced the ruling conservative party to withdraw a bill that would have outlawed...

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2016-10-08 Hungary

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This week, the EU launched a new border agency and Hungary held a referendum calling on people to reject EU refugee quotas. Although a large majority of voters voted "yes" in the...

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2016-10-08 Belgium

The state of Belgium

In this special edition of the show, brought to you from the Solvay Library in Brussels, we focus on Belgium, a country at the heart of Europe and home to the EU institutions....

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2016-10-05 Brexit

EU at 60: Time for retirement?

From Brexit to the refugee crisis and economic struggles, the EU is in critical condition as it nears its 60th birthday. To mark the 300th show of Talking Europe, France 24 held...

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