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How much does the EU spend in your country and on what? How does it compare to other countries? And where does the money come from? Find out in our infographic.
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the effects will be felt by people and companies across Europe. The EU has adopted measures to mitigate the impact of a disorderly withdrawal.
Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov was the winner of the European Parliament Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thougth in 2018. The award ceremony was held in Strasbourg on 12 December 2018.
The state of play on Brexit, a vote on the next ECB president and a debate on how to tackle Amazon forest fires will be on the agenda of the next plenary session on 16-19 September.
MEPs will assess whether commissioner candidates can deliver on the challenges facing the EU in a series of public hearings. Find out more in our infographic.
No single country can tackle the challenges we face in Europe alone, Parliament President David Sassoli said when meeting young Finns in Helsinki on 5 September.
Discover the European Parliament's bureau responsible for running the institution and the names and responsibilities of the vice-presidents and quaestors.
With the summer recess now over, committees will quiz ECB presidential hopeful Christine Lagarde, vote on EU 2020 budget positions and discuss Finland’s EU presidency priorities.
Before the new European Commission - the EU’s executive body - can take office, Parliament will organise public hearings to assess the commissioners’ suitability for the job.
The European People's Party (EPP) is the biggest of the seven political groups in the current European Parliament.
The Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D) is the second biggest group in the current European Parliament.
Renew Europe (RE), a new political group, is the third largest one in the current European Parliament.