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The UK information office of the European Parliament helps facilitate British journalists' coverage of the European Parliament and its MEPs.  We offer:

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Candidates for the presidency of the European Commission go head-to-head in a live TV debate just one week before the European elections.
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MEPs return to Brussels on 7th April for committee meetings. To do the preparatory work for Parliament’s sessions MEPs meet in specialised standing committees each with 24 to 76 MEPs. The political make-up of committees reflects that of the Parliament. They draw up, amend and adopt legislative proposals and own-initiative reports. They also consider Commission and Council proposals and draw up reports to be presented to the plenary assembly.
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In the run up to the European elections - #EP2014 - we bring you a week by week round-up of what happened in social media. Everything you need to know about British business and the EU in one graph, one map and one pie chart from the week that was. 7th - 13th April #EP2014
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News stories from the European Parliament selected for the UK media
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Press Visits - Journalists are welcome to visit MEPs at work in committee or plenary sessions to keep citizens and taxpayers informed about the work of their elected representatives. We have a journalist visitors' programme.
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Examples of distortions, mistakes and outright untruths appearing in the major British papers about our institution, the European Parliament.
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Main newsroom of the European Parliament. Information for journalists from all coutries gathered in one place. Press releases, background notes, infographics, etc
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