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From climate change to immigration - this is what the leading candidates for European Commission president want to do.
Jan Zahradil, who hopes to replace Jean-Claude Juncker, said the EU could have avoided Brexit by offering concessions.
Guy Verhofstadt, one of the highest-profile candidates for the EU’s top job, said he is a Eurosceptic who wants to reform the way the bloc is run.
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The European Left candidate to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker told Euronews "we have to change the system" in order to fight global warming.
EU Elections 2019: Who is Frans Timmermans? And what does he stand for?
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Tired of hearing about Brexit? Well, this German MEP echoed what many of us may be feeling.
"No, Mr. Macron, I'm not scared of you," said one MEP with the populist Swedish Democrats party during Raw Politics.
As the European People's Party's Manfred Weber plans a listening tour, MEPs weigh in on whether it's too little too late.
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With just 100 days until the EU Elections, Raw Politics speaks politicians, pundits, pollsters and voters to find out what issues will dominate this crucial election.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey had a cheeky question for Theresa May as she arrived in Brussels on Thursday.
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Young people across Europe and further afield are calling on politicians and business leaders to act on climate change. Meanwhile, the US, Germany and France are among those who have given their backing to the head of National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, in Venezuela.