MEPs urged EU countries to agree on draft rules making multinational companies publicly disclose their profit and tax paid in each country, during a plenary debate on 22 October.
MEPs criticised Turkey’s military operation in Syria and called for measures against the country during a debate on 23 October.
An orderly Brexit is needed to avoid violence returning to Ireland, according to Guy Verhofstadt, Parliament's Brexit coordinator.
The EU's budget for 2020 should include more climate action funding and higher investment in sustainable technologies, according to Monika Hohlmeier, Parliament's budget negotiator.
Latest Brexit developments, vote on the EU's 2020 budget and an end-of-term assessment for the Juncker Commission will be on the agenda of the plenary session on 21-24 October.
A political murder mystery, a thriller about power and corruption and the story of an anti-heroine challenging patriarchal traditions are coming to a cinema near you.
The European Parliament will organise a conference on 20 November to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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The European Commission should create a plan B to protect the recipients of EU funding, if talks on the EU’s long-term budget are further delayed, according to Parliament.
A shift to a less-polluting economy requires significant investment. The EU wants to attract more private money as public funds are insufficient.
Sylvie Goulard (France), the commissioner-designate for the internal market, is due to face more questions from MEPs in a resumed hearing on Thursday at 9.30 am CET.
Brazilian human rights defenders, Kenyan students and an Uyghur economist are the finalists for this year's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
Tuesday's hearings feature Valdis Dombrovskis (Latvia), Margrethe Vestager (Denmark) and Frans Timmermans (the Netherlands) as well as Janusz Wojciechowski (Poland).
Parliament’s public hearings assessing candidate commissioners enter their second week, while MEPs are also set to discuss Brexit and vote on a resolution on the EU’s 2021-2027 budget.
The hearings on 7 October feature two vice presidents-designate: Věra Jourová (Czech Republic) and Josep Borrell (Spain). The latter has been proposed as the EU's foreign policy chief.