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European Commission | Speech by President von der Leyen at the London School of Economics, 8 January 2020

Deutsche Welle | Documentary: Europe’s Young People: Europe’s Future?

Now that the Withdrawal Agreement has been signed: Things u always wanted 2 know about the UK Withdrawal Agreement but never dared ask - here are very handy summary slides incl. on how the Protocol on NI will work https://ec.europa.eu/commission/sites/beta-political/files/slides_the_wa_explained.pdf https://twitter.com/vonderleyen/status/1220602177774813184

Ever wondered what will happen to the UK seats in the @Europarl_EN after Brexit? Infographic very well put together by @EP_ThinkTank on changes ahead for the EP!

Have you heard of OLS? This is a free online language learning platform designed for #ErasmusPlus and European Solidarity Corps participants.

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