On 23 October, the European Parliament (EP) voted on amendments to a law designed to reform the EU’s common organisation of the agricultural markets, which is one large component of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), the EU’s most budget-intensive policy The amendments in question dealt with a hotly debated issue: the labelling of meat and dairy substitutes…
Many topics were discussed in last week’s plenary session of the European Parliament, but one of its most important ones was the CAP. Or the Common Agricultural Policy. The discussion was even awarded its own trending hashtag: #VoteThisCAPdown.
On Thursday, October 15th, EU leaders made a public statement on the Brexit negotiations. The next day, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded to their demands by seemingly flexing his muscles and demanding that the […]
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