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The citizens of Europe are calling for more economic growth and more employment.
There is a need for a more powerful political gesture to exorcise past misdeeds.
Unfortunately, the more you try to monitor kids, the more they try to avoid you.
The greater the scale, the more cost-effective, but there are limits of course.
These become ever more complex, and decisions are conspicuous by their absence.
bilateral and multilateral, were taken with the aim of helping many nations,
Many decisions have also not been taken, including extremely important ones.
Some are very valuable, but there are perhaps too many for the short term.
Many opinions have been expressed here today, some of which I agree with, but not all.
It may well be that some of them – perhaps even many of them – are superfluous.
Our views seem to tally pretty much on many of the issues, which is gratifying.
There is much still to be done and the process of reform will continue for many years.
The precautionary principle is another subject that concerns many of you.
I am deeply concerned to read the many criticisms of the United Kingdom in this report.
We must think in terms of more housing, more research and many more jobs.
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