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The possibility of a Dail being elected tomorrow where no feasible combination of parties will be able to form a government is unfortunately quite

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Unsurprisingly even within the “Brussels bubble” economists cannot agree on the ultimate result of President Juncker’s E

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The concessions the UK is winning to encourage its citizens to vote to stay in the EU could make the EU even mor

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Security of energy supply is one of the three main objectives of the EU energy policy, on a par with competitiveness a

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Next June the people of the UK may vote to leave the European Union.

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Prime Minister David Cameron’s letter to European Council President Donald Tusk about the renegotiation of the terms o

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The current refugee crisis is primarily one of collective action between the EU’s national governments.

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The period since the election of Syriza to power in January 2015 has been marked by increased political uncertai

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The political parties from across the European continent have formed transnational political families, based on their values.

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Traditionally, political parties have had a large and fixed membership that they could count on for support.

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