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Nine-in-ten EU regions face revenue plunge
Climate action at the centre of crucial EU summit
EU agency: 'Europe will not meet 2030 climate goals'
EU states fell short on sharing refugees, say auditors
Which parties and countries chair the EP committees?
Where the EU power really lies
The murky perks of an MEP
A year of changing of the guards in the EU
The European parliament’s travelling circus
The gender gap at EU elections
EU promotes meat, despite climate goals
Auditors raise alarm over air pollution in Europe
Planned German coal exit boosts case for Nord Stream 2
Plastic pollution increasing at the top of the Earth
MEPs in Strasbourg: everywhere but the plenary
Hydrogen cars may be the future – they are not yet the present
Revealed: Link between MEPs CO2 votes and domestic car jobs
Asylum seekers appealing returns must get own travel documents
EU sets new – though insufficient – limits for cars’ greenhouse gas emissions
Without EU quotas, sugar sector struggles with low prices
The numbers behind Juncker’s words
Greece exits bailout, but no quick recovery ahead
Migration crisis is one of mismanagement – The figures
EU budget: Where are the biggest cuts and increases?
Are European data watchdogs prepared for GDPR?
Mediterranean towns ready for EU-sponsored free wifi
Western Europeans more seduced than their Eastern neighbours by Volkswagen diesel “fix”
EU Commissioner Andriukaitis: Health inequalities are economic issue
The Eurozone seeks a post-Brexit balance
Counting the words that count
Citizens' rights: where EU and UK differ