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"Mr President, we shall all call it the ‘Chichester precedent’ from now on. It was nice suddenly to get a moment of controversy brought in at the end, because this debate has been extremely harmonious. Everybody agreed that we are doing the right thing, which is very satisfactory. I have written down in my speaking notes ‘everybody wins’. We shall all hopefully have cleaner clothes and cleaner dishes. The single market has been preserved. We heard that some Member States are ahead while others are not, so we have a regulation that will apply universally throughout the single market, which is what we also want. And, of course, we shall have cleaner waters and cleaner rivers. The Baltic and the Danube will be cleaner as well. I would like to thank everybody – including the staff, the interpreters and everybody who has been here – and say to the Commissioner that we look forward very much to his new proposals in 2012."@en1
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