A fast-moving time in the Brussels year, November opens with a Green Week and public holidays before getting down to business with serious policy discussion.
The Estonian Presidency continues to make its mark with a range of events and initiatives, but leaders are already looking ahead to next year following the publication of the 2018 European Commission Work Programme.
Meanwhile, the Brexit negotiations will enter a more pressured phase as the UK seeks to overcome the impasse that threatens to damage domestic economic prospects.
Here, Leonie Hogervorst, DeHavilland EU's Policy Analyst for Tech and Telecoms, gives you the lowdown on what to watch out for this November.
What's on the agenda this month
by Leonie Hogervorst, EU Policy Analyst
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Leonie works in DeHavilland’s EU team, responsible for the portfolio in the area of digital and technology policy. She graduated in European Studies and Journalism and worked for several organisations active in EU policy in Brussels before joining DeHavilland in January 2016.