5 Numbers News 01:00

From seats in Parliament to cyber defence: 5 numbers from Strasbourg

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With Brexit looming, the Parliament is set to shrink by 46 seats, the Netherlands’ Prime Minister was the latest leader to debate the Future of Europe, members discussed how to deal with humanitarian emergencies after migrants stranded in the Mediterranean Sea, and they voted to increase cyber security and improve safety in the drone industry.

Thumbnail News 01:32

Eurobarometer 2018: Record support for EU

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This year’s Eurobarometer gave more than 27,000 Europeans the chance to share exactly what’s on their mind. Their views help create a snapshot of Europe today and produce a glimpse of what is needed in the future.

infographic News 01:20

European elections: the Lead candidate process

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In 2014, for the first time in the EU’s history, European voters had a say in who would be named Commission president, thanks to the Lead candidate process. With parliamentary elections approaching, let’s see how this system that designates lead candidate works.

Cloud storage of personal data 00:49

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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Coming into force on 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) harmonises data privacy laws across Europe. It protects Europeans, gives them control over their personal data and reshapes the way organisations approach data privacy.

Young european people News 01:13

Discover EU by train

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This summer, based on a proposal by the European Parliament, 15,000 18-year-olds will be receiving a free travel pass to discover Europe by train


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