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Berlusconi: Tajani as PM ‘would make Italy’s interests count in the EU’[Politics / News] Silvio Berlusconi cannot be Italy's prime minister due to a tax fraud conviction but he will most likely play the role of kingmaker. The name of European Parliament President Antonio Tajani remains among those who could win his favour.

Tweets of the Week: Selmayr’s promotion, Barroso’s ethics, and Mad Max Brexit[Politics / Video] Welcome to Tweets of the Week. This week, Selmayr's promotion sparks attacks, Barroso’s ethics are allegedly lax, and post-Brexit Britain won’t be like Mad Max.

Macron’s agenda for the informal summit[Politics / News] If the implementation of transnational lists for the 2019 European elections does not appear to be panning out as Emmanuel Macron wished, the French president now hopes to gain the upper hand on the appointment of the next European Commission president. EURACTIV.fr reports

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