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Join our interactive European panel
A young boy looks at posters promoting the 'yes' and 'no' campaigns in France's 29 May referendum
Are you concerned about European politics and the future of the European Union?

Would you like to participate in a panel of readers, giving your thoughts regularly on European issues?

The EU has experienced a turbulent few months, with the rejection of the EU constitution in France and the Netherlands and a standoff between member states over the budget and the UK rebate.

The BBC News website is seeking to assemble a panel featuring a diverse group of people from each of the 25 EU member states to give their opinions on the changing face of Europe.

Members of the Dutch Young Democrats campaign on 31 May 2005, on the eve of the Dutch European Constitution referendum
Each panellist will submit their thoughts regularly in text and video using mobile phones and video cameras.

If you would like to participate, send us your opinion on current events in European politics as well as some information about yourself, including your name, age, location, occupation and interests, using the form on the right.

Your opinions may be broadcast by other BBC outlets.

Email address:
Town and Country:
Phone number (optional):

The BBC may edit your comments and cannot guarantee that all emails will be published.


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