The European Parliament has today (12 March) rejected proposals put forward by the council on the EU's long-term budget.

The parliament rejected the council's position for the multi-annual financial framework (MFF), with 477 MEPs voting to reject the council's proposition, with 506 voting on a resolution mandating the parliament's president, Martin Schulz, to present alternate proposals to the council when the institutions meet on Thursday under the co-legislative procedur...


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