Drop by and visit the European Parliament Liaison Office at the 2018 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS, Dublin. We will be at the EU Stand No. W30 in the Industries Hall. Check out all the fun and interactive science experiments and pick up information on all things EU.
“The government which I lead has been so determined to protect the Good Friday Agreement in all its parts, and we have insisted that there can be no hard border on the island of Ireland. [...] The Irish people are profoundly grateful for the unswerving support of this Parliament,” Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Read the full speech
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will debate the Future of Europe with MEPs in the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Wednesday 17 January 2018 from 9:30 am. This is the first in a series of debates with heads of government on the future of the EU initiated by European Parliament President Antonio Tajani. Follow the debate live at the link indicated.
What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be a debate on the future of Europe with Taoiseach Varadkar, clean energy, combatting terrorist funding, and much more.
On 23 June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU. The decision will take effect on 29 March 2019. The final agreement will require the approval of the European Parliament and MEPs will scrutinise the process carefully. Here we provide some links to help you understand what is going on and who is doing what.
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Coming up in Strasbourg at the January Plenary Session