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Just the Facts – Scottish Independence Referendum: The Results

Yesterday, Thursday 18 September 2014, 3,619,915 people cast their vote in a referendum on whether Scotland should be an independent country. The referendum came about after the Scottish National Party (SNP), whose central aim is independence, won the 2011 Scottish Parliament general election by a landslide, giving them a mandate […]

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European Commission Public Seminars on European Economic Policy

The European Commission Representation in Ireland is organising a series of three regional seminars on European economic policy, taking place in Maynooth, Ennis and Dublin City University, in October 2014. The events, which are open to the public and free to attend, provide people around the country with an opportunity […]

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Jobs and Internships in Europe – 18/09/2014

Welcome to this week’s Jobs and Internships in Europe blog post. You can get the below opportunities sent straight to your inbox by emailing with the subject line ‘Jobs and Internships Mailing List’. Please note that European Movement Ireland cannot accept applications for any of the opportunities detailed below. The best of luck […]

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Just the Facts – Swedish Parliamentary Elections 2014

On Sunday, 14 September 2014 6,108,392 Swedish voters – 83.33% of the country’s electorate – went to the polls to cast their votes in the country’s parliamentary elections.  In a country where voter turnout is traditionally high, this year’s turnout marked a decrease of one percentage point on the turnout out […]

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