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The European Parliamentary Elections of 2014: The Annual Debate of the Centre for European Politics

WHAT FUTURE FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION?

A public event open to all.

The annual debate of the Centre for European Politics, with the support of the students’ Politics and International Relations and Diplomatic Societies, Thursday 13th February 2014, 6.15-7.45pm, Main Lecture Theatre, Founders Building, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham TW20 0EX.

The elections to the European Parliament, which represents more people than any other elected parliament apart from that of India, take place in May 2014. The Centre for European Politics is delighted to host a  round-table discussion between European Parliamentary candidates from five parties on the elections and the future in the European Union of the following policies: Economics; Energy and Climate Change; Agriculture and the Budget; and Migration and Employment.

Chaired by Dr Giacomo Benedetto

 

The candidates include:

Caroline Allen, Green Party, London

Anneliese Dodds, Labour, South-East England

Giles Goodall, Liberal Democrats, South-East England

Daniel Hamilton, Conservatives, North-West England

Julia Reid, UKIP, South-West England


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