The European Parliament Office in Ireland invites you to a seminar on "False news and the European Election" which takes place at The Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square East, Dublin 2 from 10.00 am - 1:00 pm on Friday 15 June. Registration from 9:30 am. The event is free but spaces are limited and pre-registration is essential. Email email@example.com before Wednesday 13 June to book your place.
The European Parliament will shrink from 751 to 705 MEPs when the United Kingdom leaves the EU, leaving room for new countries that may join in the future. 46 of the 73 UK seats freed up by Brexit will be available for possible EU enlargement with the remaining 27 UK seats shared out among 14 under-represented EU countries.
Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte debated the future of Europe with MEPs and EU Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans on Wednesday. This is the seventh in a series of debates between national leaders and MEPs on the future of Europe debates.
On the agenda: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to debate future of Europe with MEPs, European Elections 2019: new distribution of EP seats, Judicial reform in Poland: debate with Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans and much more.
On 23 June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU. The decision will take effect on 29 March 2019. The final agreement will require the approval of the European Parliament and MEPs will scrutinise the process carefully. Here we provide some links to help you understand what is going on and who is doing what.
An online tool relaying live all items published by MEPs, political groups, the President and the institution on their communication channels: websites, blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube...
European Parliament Think Tank
The Think Tank will systematically search Parliament studies, library briefings, impact assessment and European added value papers, STOA and economic dialogue documentation, surveys on public opinion and EU fact sheets and provide you with solid background information in a policy field.
European Parliament Calendar
Parliament's calendar is colour coded to indicate activities of a particular week - plenary sittings in Strasbourg, plenary sittings in Brussels; meetings of committees and interparliamentary delegations; political group meetings and weeks where MEPs concentrate exclusively on constituency work.