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[EU Elections 2019] Two weeks after Jean-Claude Juncker's speech in Strasbourg triggered kick-off debates in the European Parliament about the 2019 elections, Emmanuel Macron - one of the most closely watched politicians in Europe - officially launches his campaign in Berlin on Saturday (29 September).

[Turkey] The European Parliament’s Budget Committee has voted to withhold €70 million in pre-accession funds from Turkey, after MEPs decided Ankara has not improved rule of law conditions.

[Politics] Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz had to intervene Tuesday (25 September) in the wake of a reported suggestion from an interior ministry official that police should limit contact with three critical media to a minimum.

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Leaked memo exposes business rift on climate change [Energy & Environment]

Court orders Polish PM to correct election rally comment [Politics]

‘We don’t have to rush our trucks legislation’, warns MEP [Trucks and CO2]

Kurz reacts after far-right-controlled ministry suggests muzzling press [Politics]

Macron and Europe: Six figures to consider [Politics]

Net zero emissions feasible by 2050 if EU economy goes cross-sectoral, new report says [Energy transition]

Lost in confusion, Europe staggers towards elections [EU Elections 2019]

MEPs agree to scrap €70m in Turkey funding [Turkey]

Spain furious over Flemish letter to Catalan separatist [Politics]

From Budapest to the Balkans, via Brussels [Global Europe]

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Medical devices emerge as low-hanging fruit in EU-US trade talks [Economy & Jobs]

In May 2019, Europe will vote on migration [Politics]

Trump takes aim at Iran at UN Security Council, Macron hits back [World]

Corbyn comes to Brussels as fears of ‘no deal’ Brexit grow [Politics]

Royalty stacking builds a big wall for small business IoT innovators [Digital]

Save Europe’s suburbs: they are vital for healthy citizens – and healthy budgets [Promoted content] [Energy & Environment]

European leaders urged to act on soil sustainability [Energy & Environment]

The Brief, powered by AmCham EU – When in Rome, disinform as the Romans do [Digital]

Senegalese milk production trying to find its way [Africa]

Angry EU Socialists grill Romanian PM over same-sex marriage referendum [Politics]

Bayer boss: Digital farming-sustainable production link ‘not yet clear’ to policymakers [CAP reform]

Disinformation crackdown: Tech giants commit to EU code of practice [Digital]

Portugal reaches agreement with Spain, France to welcome Aquarius migrants [Global Europe]

Polish PM Morawiecki: The Commission is breaking the dialogue with Poland [Global Europe]

UK Home Secretary: there will be no second referendum, Chequers Plan not dead [Politics]

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