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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen came to the European Parliament in Brussels to deliver her first State of the European Union address. In it she looked back at what the Commission had done over the past year and unveiled a slew of new EU initiatives, which she then discussed with MEPs during the subsequent debate.

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