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What the European elections mean for the EU Green Deal

Philippa Nuttall
European Commission President and CDU member Ursula von der Leyen speaks to supporters at the Loewenbraeu Keller at the final CDU/CSU campaign event ahead of European parliamentary elections on June 7, 2024 in Munich, Germany.
It remains to be seen if the pro-EU majority will give Ursula von der Leyen a second term as European Commission president © 2024 Getty Images

Future of EU flagship environmental policy rests on ‘backroom horse-trading and negotiations’

Parties that have questioned and weakened the EU Green Deal were the winners in the European elections.

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