Safety features such as intelligent speed assistance and advanced emergency-braking system will have to be installed in new vehicles as from May 2022.
Those disclosing information acquired in a work-related context, on illegal or harmful activities, will be better protected, under new EU rules.
New measures strengthening the European Border and Coast Guard will be discussed in plenary on Wednesday and put to the vote the same day.
MEPs will exchange views on the future of Europe with Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš on Wednesday at 10.00.
MEPs will discuss the extension of the UK’s EU membership with Council and Commission representatives on Wednesday at 9.00.
MEPs are set to endorse minimum rights for workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs, such as Uber or Deliveroo, in a vote on Tuesday.
Plenary is set to vote on Wednesday on the new EU Visa Code, establishing the procedures and conditions for issuing visas to enter the EU for short periods.
Newsletter - 15-18 April 2019 - Strasbourg plenary session