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Analysis: who are the best bridge builders in the ENVI Committee?

Our new analytical tool shows you which MEPs tend to make connections across political groups and national delegations. You will be able to quickly identify bridge-builders in the European Parliament in order to forecast likely coalitions and maximise your communications efforts. 

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Special highlights from EU decision making: Qualified Majority Voting, Animal testing, EU semester, EU-Russia relations, Pakistan, UAE

This special briefing includes our latest observations on the politics behind EU policies regarding Qualified Majority Voting, Animal testing, EU semester, EU-Russia relations, Pakistan and UAE.

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Exclusive interview with MEP Jongerius: the future of minimum wages in Europe

VoteWatch Europe reached out to Agnes Jongerius, MEP of the S&D group and rapporteur for the Directive on Adequate Minimum Wages, to hear her insights on the Directive and on the future of social policies. Find the full interview here.

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Executive webinar: Germany’s new political landscape and its impact on the EU

The morning after the German elections, join our free webinar for senior EU affairs professionals to discuss the electoral outcome, the most likely coalitions, as well as the future implications for EU policy initiatives on different sectors.

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Brexit: what consequences for the EU policies after the referendum’s shocking results?

A massive political earthquake shook the world this morning, as the majority of UK’s citizens
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VoteWatch Europe’s Director, Doru Frantescu, interviewed by CNN on Brexit’s implications for the EU

The global broadcasting company CNN recently listed 5 reasons the EU would miss the UK. Continue
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