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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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      • Geoffrey welcomes EU funding to boost local transport infrastructure

        Geoffrey has welcomed the recent announcement that two schemes to improve transport infrastructure in the East of England have secured EU funds from the Trans-European Transport Network Programme (TEN-T) programme.

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        • European Parliament’s bureaucrats just don’t get the message

          At a time of major cuts to public spending across Europe, the European Parliament’s senior decision making body (the European Parliament Bureau) has proposed to increase its 2012 operating budget to £1.492 billion. There are plans to hire new staff and to spend millions of pounds on the Parliament’s already substantial property portfolio.

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