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The Brief from Brussels: Socialists top Wallonia
In the final part of our "Divided Belgium" series, we take a look at why the far-left did so well in Wallonia. In other news, Adidas lost its stripes and Renew Europe announced its leader. Watch the Brief from Brussels to learn more.
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From the far-right to the far-left, these political parties have taken on a divisive approach to getting voters to the polls.
Moscovici expects populist "breakthrough"
EU Commissioner criticizes his own Socialist Party as unable to reach people
Human Rights Watch: Some EU leaders used migration to stoke fear
Organisation published its latest World Report
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Youth unemployment, poverty and a lack of opportunies are forcing young people to abandon mainstream politics and turn to the allure of populism to make their lives better.
Rome vs Brussels: risk of an unprecedented clash over the budget
On Wednesday the European Commission might decide to take first steps on the opening of a procedure for excessive debt against Italy
State of the Union: Italy crisis puts EU on edge
In this edition of State of the Union: the Belgian city of Liege mourns the deaths of three people, including two police women, killed in terrorist
European Parliament marks year to go before new elections
As countdown to poll begins new statistics suggest voter fatigue with the EU, and some voters' willingness to listen to old siren voices as populist parties rise.
Brief from Brussels: Europe Day puts bloc's future in focus
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: As Europe Day is celebrated, remembering the roots of the EU and looking forward, how much is there to
Macron's portrait of a Europe that protects people
Today’s edition of The Brief from Brussels is entirely devoted to French President Emmanuel Macron’s Strasbourg speech on the future of Europe. We
Falling trust and ‘toxic’ populism ‘eroding’ Europe’s institutions – E
The global risk consultancy says confidence in the political establishment and voter turnout have declined steeply. But it forecasts an encouraging year for the Eurozone.