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We take you to the 28 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

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EUROPE NOW

Latest update : 2013-09-23

Germany votes: a crucial election for Europe

As Germans head to the polls on September 22nd, Europe Now travels around the country to see why Angela Merkel remains Germany's favourite politician, eight years after she was elected Chancellor. We find out why the introduction of a national minimum wage has become one of the campaign's hottest issues and we visit Bonn's Haribo candy factory, an example of Germany's thriving network of SMEs.

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By Christophe ROBEET

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2014-06-28 immigration

The Swedish model: An example for Europe? (Part 2)

In September 2013, Sweden became the first European country to offer permanent residency to any Syrian who manages to arrive in Sweden, taking in an average of 500 refugees per...

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2014-06-28 European Union

The Swedish model: An example for Europe?

With its progressive laws, generous welfare state and green policies, Sweden is often regarded as a social laboratory for the rest of Europe. Our reporters went to Gothenburg...

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