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PubAffairs Bruxelles is a cross-sectorial network of professionals working in the fields of public and regulatory affairs correlated to the European Union. PubAffairs Bruxelles aims at creating an open platform to foster debate, information exchange as well as the development of ideas among its members, establishing a diverse community which encompasses young, as well as experienced professionals


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On the EU Institutions Agenda

French Election: European politicians react Brexit talks: President Tajani in London

EU in the Media

Theresa May promises ‘strong and stable leadership’ Rally against ‘nationalists’ – Macron’s call after French election success

 


Press Review


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Special Coverage

EU Referendum & Article 50

The UK Supreme Court entitled the the British Parliament to give approval before PM Theresa May can begin the process of pulling out of the European Union. An overwhelming majority voted to trigger Article 50, while a ‘Hard Brexit’ seems the most probable outcome of the UK EU referendum



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Prime Minister Theresa May used to say she would give “no running commentary” on the progress of Brexit. For those who would like one, we’ve compiled a list of where the British and European sides currently stand on a dozen key topics, as EU leaders prepare to meet in Brussels to rubber-stamp their negotiating plan – Bloomberg

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UK-based financial services firms, especially those that have chosen London as their European headquarters precisely in order to secure access to the whole EU market from one location, are reviewing their options – The Guardian

The European Union's 27 leaders will meet on April 29 to agree their negotiating lines for Brexit talks after London sends in a formal notification that it wants to leave the bloc, the chairman of the summit, Donald Tusk, said on Tuesday - Reuters

The European Union’s 27 leaders will meet on April 29 to agree their negotiating lines for Brexit talks after London sends in a formal notification that it wants to leave the bloc, the chairman of the summit, Donald Tusk, said on Tuesday – Reuters


UK election 2017: Is this the Brexit election?



How UK’s election will affect Brexit

 


Special Coverage

Post US Presidential vote & European National Elections Year

The global effects administered by Donald Trump’s election and the UK EU Referendum continues to reverberate. In Europe a series of national elections are raising concerns about possible political risks for the European Union. What will Europe, the US and the world look like at the end of 2017?


60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome

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‘Prove you are leaders of Europe’ Tusk tells Rome summit


IN FOCUS

France Presidential Election: 1st round winner Emmanuel Macron addresses supporters


Trump approaches 100 days in power


Time for German leadership?


Five ways Donald Trump has changed the US