Along with a vote on the UK withdrawal deal, this week MEPs will tackle the gender pay gap, call for a common charger for electronic devices and mark 75 years since the end of the Holocaust.
Ahead of the vote on the EU-UK withdrawal agreement on 29 January, we talked to Parliament’s Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt.
The European Commission needs to clarify how it plans to fund new policy proposals for the EU's budget for 2021-2027, said the budget committee.
MEPs want action to tackle the illegal trade in pets in order to better protect animals and punish rule breakers.
MEPs want to make life easier for consumers and cut electronic waste through the introduction of a common charger for all mobile devices.
Parliament is fighting to protect the rights of EU citizens in the UK and of British citizens in the EU after Brexit.
Water scarcity is a growing problem in Europe. MEPs want to secure the EU’s freshwater sources by promoting water reuse in agriculture.
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