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For the past 30 years, turnout has fallen at every single election for the European parliament. Sunday night at 21.00 hours, turnout projections will be posted the vote that takes place across the EU. If it's again below the level for the previous elections, the European Union project could be in danger of losing public support. Watch this curtainraiser made by EUX.TV - the European Affairs Channel Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Jun 2009
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"60 seconds with... " Video Statement by Anne E. Jensen MEP (ALDE-ADLE) before 2009 European Elections [60 Seconds] [Statements] [Language DA]
5 Jun 2009
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"60 seconds with... " Video Statement by Fiona Hall MEP (ALDE-ADLE) before 2009 European Elections [60 Seconds] [Statements] [Language EN]
5 Jun 2009
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England Under 21s let a three-goal lead slip before dramatically beating hosts Sweden U21s on penalties to progress to the European Championship final. Stuart Pearce's side enjoyed a dream start, with Martin Cranie netting in the first minute from a James Milner corner. Neduym Onuoha then doubled the advantage on 27 minutes, blasting home from close range, again from a Milner corner. Mattias Bjarsmyr then turned the ball into his own goal seven minutes before the interval after Theo Walcott put a Milner corner back into the box and Lee Cattermole flicked on. But Sweden got into the game after the break and pulled one back on 68 minutes when Marcus Berg scored from a Guillermo Molins cross. Ola Toivonen then reduced the deficit to just one goal on 75 minutes after lifting his free-kick over the wall and into the net. Berg completed the amazing comeback six minutes later after Robin Soder flicked a Molins cross back for him to slot home. In the first period of extra-time, England's problems increased when substitute Frazier Campbell was sent off for a second bookable offence. Then Gustav Svensson crossed from the right in the second period of extra-time and Berg's header from the edge of the box hit the bar with Hart beaten. Penalties went to sudden death before Molins hit the right post to send England through 5-4 on spot-kicks. They will face Germany in the final but will be without the suspended Campbell, as well as Gabriel Agbonlahor and Hart after their bookings
13 Jul 2009
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr.David Miliband, speaks on European Union matters and accession issues before a UK parliamentary select committee today.
2 Jul 2009
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Speech by Alexander Graf Lambsdorff MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Outcome of the European Council (18-19 June 2009) - Term in office of the Czech Presidency [on behalf of the Group][Language DE original] Lambsdorff_090715_094541_obog_de
15 Jul 2009
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We talk to the stars and director at the European premiere of this raunchy comedy.
6 Aug 2009
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A significant fact that comes up in each country is that the attitude towards running is one of 'first the body, then the mind'. The physical benefits of running far outweigh the mental benefits when it comes to getting started, with health issues such as fitness (for 54% of runners) and weight-loss (for 40%) being the two main reasons why Europeans start running. As time goes by however, the balance shifts from the body to the mind as runners discover the mental rewards running gives them, with 34% declaring they do it for fun and 35% as a means of stress-relief. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/asics/39834/
1 Sep 2009
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Speech by Guy Verhofstadt MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Restructuring of the European car industry, in particular the Opel case [on behalf of the Group] [Language NL original] Verhofstadt_090914_185215_obog_nl
16 Sep 2009
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Speech by Jorgo Chatzimarkakis MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Restructuring of the European car industry, in particular the Opel case [MEP Speech] [Language DE original] Chatzimarkakis_090914_191452_mesp_de
16 Sep 2009
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Speech by Izaskun Bilbao Barandica MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Restructuring of the European car industry, in particular the Opel case [MEP Speech] [Language ES original] Bilbao_Barandica_090914_193127_mesp_es
16 Sep 2009
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Speech by Dirk Sterckx MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Restructuring of the European car industry, in particular the Opel case [MEP Speech] [Language NL original] Sterckx_090914_194047_mesp_nl
16 Sep 2009
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Speech by Chris Davies MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Restructuring of the European car industry, in particular the Opel case [MEP Speech] [Language EN original] Davies_090914_192519_mesp_en
16 Sep 2009
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Speech by Michael Theurer MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Free trade agreement with South Korea: impact on European industry [on behalf of the Group] [Language DE original] Theurer_090914_215222_obog_de
16 Sep 2009
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"60 seconds with... " Video Statement by Sylvie Goulard MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on G20 and the european position on the economic crisis and its solution [60 Seconds] [Statements] [Language FR]
18 Sep 2009
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A new pan-European campaign advocating comprehensive financial reform in Europe and globally was kick-started today by a wide coalition of NGOs, trade unions, politicians and ordinary citizens. The campaign, named 'Regulate Global Finance Now!' was unveiled in Brussels together with a new website by the heads of the organisations that formed the 'Europeans for Financial Reform' coalition. Beginning with the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, where the campaigners will be joined by their American counterparts (Americans for Financial Reform), the coalition will attempt to channel the momentum that has gathered around financial reform towards "transforming the financial status quo". The Foundation for European Progressive Studies was represented by its General Secretary Ernst Stetter, and the Global Progressive Youth Forum was represented by Jana Besamusca. The campaign has launched a website and invites citizens and organisations to join the movement for reform. You can find out more at europeansforfinancialreform****
23 Sep 2009
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