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Image caption Lib Dem Catherine Bearder and Conservative Daniel Dalton are among the MEPs living in uncertain times. Their offices are full of boxes, they're living in hotels and don't ask them when they're having their leaving drinks. How have the UK's MEPs been coping with the ever-changing Brexit situation? It's the last day of the European Parliament in Strasbourg before the elections in May, but there's not much last-minute packing for the UK group of MEPs - they've been ready to go for nearly a month. When the UK voted to leave the EU, the country's representatives in the European Parliament expected to be out of a job on 29 March. Instead they have watched two deadlines pass by as M... Full story

18 April

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