New EU rules will ease moving abroad paper work & costs – Clune

New EU rules should
make it easier for people to move abroad within the EU following a vote in the
European Parliament this week. MEPs voted to ease free movement for citizens by
making it simpler to prove the authenticity of documents such as birth or
marriage certificates in another EU member state. To avoid any need for
translation, new multilingual EU forms are to be attached to the documents.
The Fine Gael MEP Deirdre
Clune, who sits on the European Parliament’s Transport Committee, welcomed the

Out words: ease of movement

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Interview with Fine Gael MEP Mairead McGuinness on Brexit

Raw Audio – Mairead McGuinness speaking about the consequences of the UK leaving the EU should Britain vote for a Brexit on June 23rd. The four Fine Gael MEPs met British
MEPs in the European Parliament this week to discuss the Brexit vote.  Related to 2 stories previously filed on this.

Out words: at the moment

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A Brexit would be a leap into “a deep dark hole” – McGuinness

The future of the UK-EU relationship would be
dark and uncertain should Britain vote to leave the EU in the upcoming Brexit
referendum. That’s according to the Fine Gael MEP Mairead McGuinness. She was
speaking after a meeting this week in the European Parliament between the four
Fine Gael MEPs and fellow British MEPs, from both camps in the Brexit debate.
The Brexit referendum place on June 23.

Out words: dark and uncertain

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