Elections

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Traditionally, political parties have had a large and fixed membership that they could count on for support.

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The European Union as a whole has seen the share of the elderly population rise progressively.

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The British Governments plan to renegotiate the terms of its membership of the EU do not come at a good time.

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The  self declared Conservative and Unionist Party won the  General Election in England  by harnessing English Nationalism, and the Scottish Nation

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For the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, 2014 was a year of significant changes that reflect the organisation’s maturity and its estab

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Forty rounds of applause celebrated the thirty minute speech given by the new President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, in front of a j

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The response to Syriza’s election in Greece has been marked by much comment on the impending conflict between the new government and the EU, Europe

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Seven years into the crisis, Greece has reached a turning point.

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