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The EU aims to have three quarters of people aged 20–64 have jobs by 2020. Find out how the EU works to reduce unemployment and fight poverty.

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When more than half of eligible voters took part in the European elections on 23-26 May, not only did they vote for the Europe they want, but they also got a say in who’s running it.

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After seeing turnout for the 2019 European elections rise, it’s now time to finalise political groups and decide on the next European Commission president.

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Fighting climate change is a priority for the Parliament. Below you will find details of the solutions the EU and the Parliament are working on.

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Europe has experienced a series of terror attacks since 2015. What is the EU doing to fight terrorism? Who are the terrorists? What is the current situation?

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The European elections on 23-26 May is the moment to make your voice heard. It is the opportunity to choose the direction you want the EU to follow for the next five years.

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