“The European Parliament is trying to decide how numbers of MEPs will be allocated between different Member States in the future. The Severin-Lamassoure idea is there should be 750 MEPs, with 6 per Member State, and a maximum of 96 for the largest country. Seats for the countries in between will be allocated according to “degressive proportionality”.”
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I know it’s a hard thing to imagine, given the quantity of people doing the opposite on this platform, but I just *might* know a thing or two about the things I post here.
Like - for example - knowing how Schengen works before writing about Schengen.
Eh smart arse. Where’s the DE-PL border in there?
Tip: it’s not
@jonworth Schengen law allows temporary border controls.. nothing new.