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  • Ashton told to “stop flogging the dead horse of EU defence policy”

    In the European Parliament in Strasbourg today (11 May) MEPs debated the EU’s defence ambitions with the EU High Representative, Baroness Ashton. She received criticism from euro-federalists for not doing enough and from euro-realists for having unrealistic and inappropriate ambitions.

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    • Politicians visit world-leading research centre outside Cambridge

      A research institute on the outskirts of Cambridge holds the world’s most comprehensive range of molecular databases – the key to tackling the great challenges of disease, food security, and protection of our environment.

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      • EU desperately tries to create military role for itself in Libya

        The European Union is trying to find a military role for itself in the Libya crisis. At its Council meeting on 12 April, it decided that, if requested by the UN, it will conduct a humanitarian assistance operation, “EUFOR Libya”.

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        • Essex A-Level students visit Brussels

          A group of Saffron Walden County High School A-Level students have had the opportunity to get an insider’s look at the European Parliament.

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          • Time for the EU bureaucracy to trim its waistline

            The European Parliament today (9 March) voted on guidelines for a 2012 EU budget which foresees a 4% increase in the cost of the EU institutions to over €8.75 billion (£7.5 bn).

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