This afternoon European Parliament President David Sassoli opened the European Council in Brussels.
Parliament’s leading MEPs endorsed today Laura Codruţa Kövesi’s appointment as the first head of the new European Public Prosecutor’s Office.
Statement by the President of the European Parliament David Sassoli: "It is never acceptable to die because you are doing your job"
UK Researchers, students and farmers would continue to get EU support in the event of a no-deal Brexit, under provisions adopted by the Budgets Committee on Monday.
Foreign electoral interference seriously threatens European democratic societies to the benefit of anti-EU, right-wing extremist and populist forces, warn MEPs.
MEPs opposed the EU Commission plans to authorise imports of products containing three glyphosate and glufosinate ammonium-resistant GMOs, in non-binding resolutions on Thursday.
Commission and EU countries have to beef up social rights by delivering on the EU Pillar of Social Rights with legislative proposals and adequate funding.
In a resolution adopted on Thursday, MEPs warn of a “clear risk” that the 2021-2027 EU investment plan will not be successfully agreed in time with Council.
The Internal Market and Industry committees on Thursday resumed the 2 October hearing of the French candidate for the Internal Market portfolio, Sylvie Goulard.
Ahead of next week’s EU Summit, MEPs call for urgent action to safeguard EU programme funding, to tackle climate change and to avoid a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.
President Sassoli led a minute of silence to remember the victims of the attacks in Halle, migrants who drowned off Lampedusa and the late Jacques Chirac.
MEPs will debate the latest developments in northern Syria with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini on Wednesday evening.
The expected effects of a recent WTO decision to allow heavy US tariffs on European goods are up for a debate with Commissioner Cecilia Malmström on Wednesday.
Sassoli to Bercow: ‘Extension on Brexit is needed if there is an election or referendum”
Shortly after 17.00 on Wednesday, MEPs will call on the EIB to better reflect climate and environment priorities, in the presence of its President Werner Hoyer.