Fighting climate change is a priority for the Parliament. Below you will find details of the solutions the EU and the Parliament are working on.
Your pet can join you when you go on holiday to another EU country, but there are certain rules to bear in mind. Read on to find out more.
The fight against terrorism is one of the EU’s priorities. Discover the key facts on terrorism in Europe and find out what the EU is doing to fight it.
The EU can resort to a slew of measures to protect itself against unfair trade practices, from appealing to the WTO to full-out trade war.
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Products sold with the same brand name and packaging must have the same composition in every EU country, according to a new Parliament proposal.
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