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Brexit vote
Open registers of beneficial owners, effective whistle-blower protection and rules for intermediaries are a must to fight tax evasion, say MEPs.   > Push for publicly accessible beneficial owners registers > Rules for and sanctions against intermediaries aiding aggressive tax planning > Call for future permanent committee of inquiry on taxation
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Brexit vote
The European Parliament welcomes the joint EU-UK progress report on the Brexit talks and recommends moving to phase two.   > Parliament welcomes joint report presented by EU and UK negotiators > MEPs stress need to negotiate in good faith > Outstanding issues must be resolved before Parliament gives its consent
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Euromyths

The European Parliament is not giving away free InterRail passes. Not to 18 year olds, not to 80 year olds. Not to anyone. Earlier this year, the European Commission addressed the question when launching a youth mobility initative marking the 30th birthday of the Erasmus+ programme: "This kind of funding is currently not available."
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For you it may be the long, warm evenings but for us a clear sign of summer coming is the papers’ interest in EU infrastructure. Summer must be here if articles popping up are as full of inaccuracies as you might want your pitcher to be with Pimm’s.
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MEPs are back in Brussels for a week of committee and political group meetings. From new rules for cash control to the rule of law in Hungary and the appointment of the new Eurogroup president we have selected the highlights.
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