Parliament President Antonio Tajani was in Luxembourg on 27 Juin where he met the country's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, parliament members as well as Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg.
One quarter of all Europeans consider consumer protection a priority for the EU. Read about Parliament's work on consumer protection and product safety.
The EU budget is used to fund the policies decided at EU level. Read more about how the EU invests the money.
Europeans want the EU to do more to promote democracy and peace in the world, according to a recent Eurobarometer survey. Find out how Parliament is helping.
In Parliament this week: commemoration of Helmut Kohl, migration, foreign fighters and inter-religious dialogue
President Antonio Tajani stressed the need for concrete solutions at the start of a European Council summit dedicated to issues such as security and migration.
Europe needs a more effective strategy to manage migration is the conclusion of a high-level conference on migration held at the Parliament on 21 June.
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From childhood until retirement, social policies are important at all stages of our life. Find out more about the EU legislation Parliament has been working on.
MEPs want tougher anti-dumping rules to protect European industries and jobs against unfairly cheap imports. Watch the video to learn more.
Mariya Gabriel was questioned by MEPs on 20 June to see if she is suitable to become the next EU commissioner responsible for the digital market
World Refugee Day is held every year on 20 June in tribute to the people forced to flee their country due to war, conflicts or poverty.
In Parliament this week: a high-level conference on migration will be held while MEPs vote on Turkey and on new trade protection measures for the EU.
This week’s plenary session dealt with issues such as energy labelling, ambitious plans to cut CO2 emissions, and the Erasmus programme. Check out our overview.
The collaborative economy comes with challenges and opportunities, which are dealt with in a resolution adopted by MEPs on 15 June.
MEPs are working on updating rules to make it easier to attract highly-skilled workers to the EU. Find out more by watching our interview with Claude Moraes.
From 15 June 2017 Europeans can use their phone in any EU country and pay what they would pay at home. All extra roaming charges cease to exist.
MEPs vote Wednesday on new legislation setting national targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions and implementing EU commitments under the Paris agreement.
Ahead of Wednesday's debate on the US withdrawing from the Paris agreement on climate change, we talked to environment committee chair Adina-Ioana Vălean