|elected to parliament||Parlamentoya seçildi|
|federal parliament||Federal parlamento|
|member of parliament||Parlemento üyesi|
|members of parliament||Parlemento üyeleri|
|national parliament||Ulusal parlamento|
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· 'Defining moment' as EU executive pushes for €500bn in grants →
Addressing the European parliament, where MEPs wore face masks and sat further apart than usual under mandatory social-distancing rules, von der Leyen said the sum would be split into €500bn of grants for EU member states and €250bn of loans.
· The JobMaker policy: It is time to develop workplace reform →
Scott wants to talk to unions and have a spirit of co-operation in Parliament.
The China Post
· Anti-Semitic crime rises in Germany, most from far right →
She suggested it was being fanned by the success of the far-right Alternative for Germany party, which is the largest opposition party nationally with seats in every state parliament — although it has seen support slip below 10% in recent polls.
· Will a Tory rebellion force Johnson’s hand on Dominic Cummings? Don’t count on it →
Unhappy MPs were already looking to the return of parliament next week to make their feelings known on lockdown, China and the economy.
· Spain govt under fire over Women's Day March on eve of outbreak →
Quizzed over the move in parliament on Wednesday, Grande-Marlaska, a former anti-terror judge, rejected the allegations, saying the dismissal was part of a planned reshuffle in the Guardia Civil leadership and denying he had access to the report.
· Thousands of predicted COVID-19 deaths never eventuated - was it poor modelling or our response? →
Jennifer Duke is an economics correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, based at Parliament House in Canberra.
· Workplace reform will not need 'perfect' deal: government →
Workplace laws will be put to Parliament as soon as this year under a Morrison government plan to proceed with changes even if an ambitious reform plan fails to secure a consensus with unions and employers.
· I have not lost faith in the good work that so many MPs do – especially those who are faced with abuse →
Perhaps we will be lucky enough to have you back in parliament one day.
· Proposed Chinese agency in Hong Kong for intel, not enforcement: Adviser →
China's rubber-stamp parliament is expected to approve on Thursday a proposal to draft a national security law for Hong Kong, which has sparked fresh protests over fears the financial hub will lose its unique freedoms.