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State of the Union brings you up to date with the most important european affairs, politics, economic, financial and corporate events of the week.
Paris and Berlin teamed up to present their post-pandemic financial recovery plans for Europe, but not everyone was cheering Macron and Merkel.
We look at Europe's week trying to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
A look back at the key stories coming out of Brussels this week.
Weeks into lockdown, Europe is finding out how to work together to fight the pandemic.
This week, we are looking at how Europe is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, we speak to FEMEN leader Inna Shevchenko about far-right patriarchy regression and female politicians, as well as a special moment with the Turkish president.
In case you missed it - Europe says 'don't panic' over coronavirus spread, Greek riots over migrant centres and Slovakia heads to the polls in an election plagued by allegations of corruption in high places.
In this special edition we look at how British MEPs feel as they leave Brussels and what exactly will change in the European Parliament when they go. Aside from less Brexit drama, the loss of British voices and political representation could strengthen some and weaken others.
As world leaders commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp, we speak to a survivor from Belgium and look into how Alsace is seeing a rise in antisemitism.
There were mixed feelings among British MEPs this week as they sat in Strasbourg for the final time before Brexit. But there was delight among Catalan separatists after Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comin were finally allowed to take their seats.
This week we look at how European politics is changing, with two more coalition governments being formed in Austria and Spain.
We take a look at the big issues likely to cause headaches in Brussels and across European capitals over the next twelve months.
EU leaders strived to stay on track with climate neutrality goals for 2050, while keeping one eye on the outcome of the UK elections, welcoming the 'clarity' of the results.
In this week's State of the Union Ursula von der Leyen finally takes the reins from Jean-Claude Juncker, in her first official work week.
In the State of the Union this week we look at how Ursula von der Leyen won support for the make-up of her new commission by MEPs
In this week's state of the union, newly elected president of the European People's Party Donald Tusk says he will take on populists and nationalists.
In our State of the Union this week, we report that Hungary and the UK are the two outstanding countries with no confirmed EU commissioner.
Meanwhile in Spain, political negotiations continue aimed at forming a government. Talks follow last Sundays inconclusive election result.
In this special edition of State of the Union, we took out the red sofa to ask people about their thoughts on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we speak to an MEP who lived through it as a young girl and look at the business of new walls in Europe.
In the State of the Union, we look at the delay to Brexit that Boris Johnson promised wouldn't happen, the call from MEPs for EU sanctions for Turkey and the farewell to Tusk and Juncker.