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Creating Opportunities through Education: Huawei’s Undergraduate Work Experience Scheme

Video from the event held in the European parliament.

TPD reaction: MEP says tobacco vote ‘puts health first’

Despite an ‘intense lobbying effort’ from the tobacco industry, the European parliament has voted for stricter measures on tobacco products, to protect health and discourage young people from smoking.

Exploiting the full spectrum of possibilities: addressing future demands for wireless broadband

Video from the event held in the European parliament.

MEPs vote for improved aviation safety

The European parliament has voted to improve working conditions for aircrew in a bid to increase aviation safety by updating current rules on flight and duty time limitations.

Lampedusa incident must be a ‘wakeup call’, insists commissioner

Home affairs commissioner Cecilia Malmström has expressed the need to “act at European level” to prevent tragedies such as the recent Lampedusa incident.

Cyber security: Expert briefing with Huawei UK’s Cyber Security Officer David Francis

On Wednesday 25 September 2013 The Parliament Magazine organised an event in association with Huawei on cyber security.

MEPs vote for tougher controls on medical devices

Parliament’s environment, public health and food safety committee has voted to beef up existing rules on medical devices, which date back to the 1990s, to improve patient safety and decrease the likelihood of future scandals.

UN IPCC report says certainty of climate change being human in origin is ’95 per cent’

According to the United Nations’ latest climate science report, the existence of climate change is “unequivocal” and it is at least 95 per cent certain that human activities are the principal cause.

MEPs unite in fight against organised crime, corruption and money laundering

Parliament’s organised crime, corruption and money laundering special committee (CRIM) has adopted a report which calls for a comprehensive action plan on tackling organised crime.

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