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PRESS RELEASE | EM Ireland reaction to European Council Summit

EM Ireland urges the negotiating parties to intensity efforts to avoid the damaging effects of a ‘no deal’ Brexit 19 October 2018: European Movement Ireland (EM Ireland) urges all parties to intensify efforts to reach an agreement on Brexit following this week’s European Council Summit. Executive Director, Noelle O Connell, “It is […]

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Just the Facts: European Council Summit, 17-18 October 2018

On Thursday, 18 October, the European Council met in Brussels to discuss migration, internal security and external relations. Following the morning session, EU27 leaders held a Euro Summit to discuss the deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union. EU leaders had previously met in EU27 format on Wednesday, 17 October […]

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Jobs & Traineeships – 18 October 2018

Welcome to this week’s Jobs and Traineeships in Europe blogpost! If you’re not already on our mailing list, you can sign up here to receive these opportunities free by email every week. Please note that European Movement Ireland cannot accept applications for any of the opportunities detailed below. The best of luck in […]

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Just the Facts: Luxembourg General Election, 14 October 2018

Luxembourg went to the polls on Sunday, 14 October to elect a new Parliament, known as the ‘Chambre des députés’, or Chamber of Deputies.  While the centre-right Christian Social People’s Party (CSV) won the most seats as a single party with 21 seats, the current centre-left coalition government made up […]

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