"The Eurogroup decision on support for Southern Europe on April 9 may have incidentally anticipated some of the dramatic implications that would otherwise have attended the outcome of the European Council’s meeting on 23 April" - an article by Alvaro Vasconcellos
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We call on Members of Poland’s Parliament to reject these regressive legislative proposals.
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We will emerge from the current coronavirus pandemic with a very different view of the social and environmental needs of resilient public services, resilient individuals and resilient communities.