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MEPs want cheaper international calls within the EU and give governments the ability to issue general warnings using phones as part of a telecom reform.
The beautiful game is sometimes marred by shady financial dealings. A Parliament committee held a meeting with experts to find out more about money's role in football.
Following the economic crisis, Parliament has been working hard to encourage investment and growth and rebuild confidence in the banking and financial system.
MEPs have approved WIFI4EU, a scheme to promote free wi-fi connectivity in public spaces across the EU.
Discover key facts and figures about natural gas in Europe and how the EU wants to ensure gas supply security.
German, Italian, Dutch and Irish finance ministers appeared before Parliament's Panama papers investigative committee on 11 July. Check out our video.
MEPs want to set criteria for how long products should last, better inform consumers about the durability of what they buy and encourage them to repair.
The collaborative economy comes with challenges and opportunities, which are dealt with in a resolution adopted by MEPs on 15 June.
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 to vote on plans to simply energy labels. Check out our infographic to find out how energy consumption is measured and how much it costs.
Although Europeans are more positive than a year ago according to a Eurobarometer poll, more than half think this is not the case in the EU and their country.
Jean-Claude Juncker was questioned about the fight against tax evasion by inquiry committee during a hearing at the Parliament on 30 May