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TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2014-05-15

France 24's caravan heads to... France

Lille is a vibrant and welcoming place. But the former industrial belt around it has long become a stronghold for Marine Le Pen’s National Front. As local journalist Hervé Havre points out, the far-right party is now on track to become the strongest political force nationwide.

Also: a bureaucratic monster or an EU success story? We look at the EU’s multi-billion euro Common Agricultural Policy and we ask why a disease plaguing Britain’s ash trees has become a metaphor for the role of the UK in Europe.

Reports by Claire Williams, Alix Le Bourdon and Donia Nouar.

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2015-03-28 tax evasion

Fighting corporate tax avoidance: Will Brussels clamp down on sweetheart deals?

Is the EU serious about fighting tax avoidance? The Commission has presented its plans to clamp down on sweetheart tax deals between governments and multinationals. Brussels...

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2015-03-28 Ukraine

Aivaras Abromavičius, Ukrainian Economy and Trade Minister

Aivaras Abromavičius, the Ukrainian Economy and Trade Minister, speaks to FRANCE 24.

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2015-03-21 Piracy (copyright infringement)

EU copyright rules: Is it time for a revolution?

It’s become one of the most divisive issues in the European Parliament. The proposed reform of EU copyright law has led to vitriolic debates between different stakeholders....

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2015-03-21 eurozone

Spain's Europe minister: 'We are seeing the results' of reforms

Spain is witnessing a profound shake-up of its political scene, which could have far-reaching consequences for the rest of the eurozone. In recent months, two anti-austerity...

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2015-03-14 European Union

Illegal immigration to EU 'is not out of control', Frontex head says

The number of migrants who entered the EU illegally last year nearly tripled to 275,000 people compared to 2013. Fleeing conflict in the Middle East and North Africa, most...

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