With growing demand for cross-border online shopping in the EU, MEPs are working to ensure Europeans receive a high standard of protection regardless of where they carry out their purchases.
This week Parliament’s committees vote on updated consumer protection rules, a new trade agreement with Singapore and standards for the reuse of water in agriculture.
The EU negotiates various trade deals all over the world, but they depend on approval by the European Parliament. Read our overview of the negotiations in progress.
MEPs called for safety rules for driverless cars during this year's first plenary session. They also urged the UK to clarify its Brexit position and backed a new investment fund.
In the debate following the UK House of Commons’ meaningful vote, MEPs underlined that Europeans will remain united and that citizens’ rights are still the EP’s priority.
Driverless vehicles will be on the EU market from 2020. What are the benefits? What is the EU doing to face the challenges of the automated transport sector? Discover it in our infographic.
Parliament supports updating the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund to make it more accessible and better equipped to deal with digitalisation and environmental changes.
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