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The Brief: Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy - a closer look
In this edition - a closer look at the party of Nigel Farage in the European Parliament, the EFDD.
EU election polls: British voters to abandon major parties
With just one week to go until the EU elections, we put out the latest projects
The Brief: European Left - a closer look
In this edition we look at the group of the European Left, what influence they have in the European Parliament and how they seek to influence the next.
EU election’s cross-border candidates
European politicians have also chosen to run in other countries
Meet the politicians crossing borders to take part in EU elections
In this edition we look at the wannabe MEPs who are standing for office in a foreign country. Greek former finance minister Yannis Varoufakis is campaigning in Germany, while Michel Barnier's son, Nicolas, is standing across the border from France in neighbouring Belgium.
How do the European Parliament elections work?
To help you get your head around this spring’s European elections, we’ve put together this handy explainer.
'A lack of EU policies' causes populism — Verhofstadt
Raw Questions saw Liberal lead candidate for the EU top job Guy Verhofstadt take the hot seat. He faced questions over his EU convictions, Brexit, the climate, and whether he preferred wine over beer.
The Brief: European Conservatives and Reformists - a closer look
In the run-up to European Parliament elections we breakdown the political groupings - this time it's the turn of the third largest - ECR, which could be voted out of existence by May 26.
EU elections: Le Pen leads Macron, Dutch Eurosceptic gains
But will it be enough for the Eurosceptic politicians?
The Brief: A closer look at the European Greens
In the lead up to the European elections, we are covering all of the political groupings. This time it's the turn of the Greens group.
The Brief: Fake news fightback
With the European elections around the corner we ask some experts how the EU can fight back against disinformation during the campaign.
EU polls: Waiting game as popular parties yet to align with groups
All eyes are on Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, Macron's LREM and Italy's 5-Star Movement.
EU elections 2019: Who is Guy Verhofstadt? And what does he stand for
Our profile of Guy Verhofstadt, one of the hopefuls to replace Jean-Claude Juncker after May's European Parliament elections.
Neo-liberal capitalism 'cannot change climate goals,' says Tomic
The European Left candidate to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker told Euronews "we have to change the system" in order to fight global warming.
UK's opposition will back second Brexit vote under certain conditions
The governing body of Britain's main opposition Labour Party decided today (Tuesday) to back a second Brexit referendum... but only under certain conditions.
The Brief: Socialists and Democrats - a closer look
As the European Parliament elections draw near, we look at the political groups in the chamber, this time it's the turn of the socialists.
Watch: 'Far-right rising because people fed up with banks' behaviour'
"I believe one of the reasons why the extreme right is on the rise in many parts of Europe is people are fed up with the way the financial sector has been behaving."
What does the European Commission do?
Ahead of the European Parliament election, we outline the functions of the different branches of the European Union. What does the European Commission do?
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Green, clean or mean - climate dividing lines
In this edition of State of the Union we look at how the week was dominated by climate controversies, travelled to a German town where an AfD politician is campaigning to save diesel and spoke to former EU Council president advisor Luuk Van Midelaar about the future of Europe.
EU elections 2019: Who is Violeta Tomic? And what does she stand for?
See a profile of the European Left's candidate for European Council president here.
'Pro-EU fragmentation in UK could boost Farage's Brexit Party'
Pro-Remain camps in the UK have all but confirmed they will not align — meaning big gains for the Brexit Party.
The Brief: Diesel battle lines in European elections
In this edition we travel to Germany to see how the AfD are campaigning to 'save diesel', amid rising climate protests across Europe.
Poland's liberals push back against the conservative establishment
The city's progressive mayor Pawel Adamowicz was murdered earlier this year
'EU should put climate above trade,' says Brussels top job hopeful
Watch live: "Climate change now top of agenda where it belongs," says Green MEP Ska Keller
Germany's diesel car ban revs up political debate
As more German towns and cities bar diesel cars, with court and EU approval, one Eurosceptic party fights back to save them
Who is Frans Timmermans? And what does he stand for?
EU Elections 2019: Who is Frans Timmermans? And what does he stand for?