• SOURCE: S&D Group at European Parliament

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Shoot Date

16 Feb 2016

Shoot Location

European Parilament in Brussels, Belgium

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BELGIUM, BRUSSELS (FEBRUARY 16, 2016) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 1. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN BRUSSELS (EXTERIOR) 2. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF JOURNALISTS AND CAMERAMEN GETTING READY BEFORE GIANNI PITTELLA’S PRESS POINT 3. GIANNI PITTELLA (S&D PRESIDENT) SAYING (ENGLISH): “I met David Cameron. We had a very constructive and franc discussion and I ensured to him our full support to win the referendum and to keep the United Kingdom in the European Union. Our group, our British delegation, are committed to reach this goal. But I also expressed some concerns.” 4. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF PITTELLA ANSWERING JOURNALISTS 5. GIANNI PITTELLA (S&D PRESIDENT) SAYING (ITALIAN): “Our first concern is about the economic governance and the banking union. We cannot accept two different sets of union rules, one for the UK, and the City in particular, and one for the rest of the member states. We will only accept a common set of union rules with different specific provisions within a single rulebook for the banking union.” 6. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF PITTELLA ANSWERING JOURNALISTS 7. GIANNI PITTELLA (S&D PRESIDENT) SAYING (ITALIAN): “My second concern is about political integration and sovereignty. I told David Cameron that no one can force any country to participate in a process of political integration but at the same time it is unacceptable that any country can have veto power on further steps of political integration for the countries wishing to integrate further.” 8. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF PITTELLA ANSWERING JOURNALISTS 9. GIANNI PITTELLA (S&D PRESIDENT) SAYING (ITALIAN): “My third concern is about sanction on social benefits and free movement. On these points I appreciate Mr Cameron’s willingness not to discuss social rights and other matters related to social issues. But I voiced my concerns to him about the exportation of child benefits and the activation of the emergency break. I stressed that the European Parliament must be involved in all the decision-making processes with regard to these matters. The European Parliament has to be a full legislator on this matter and these potential future changes. “ 10. CUTAWAY: A CAMERAMAN AND A JOURNALIST AFTER THE PRESS POINT
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