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Europeans expect the EU to do more in a range of policy areas, especially on terrorism, unemployment and the environment, according to the latest survey.
MEPs discussed the challenges facing the EU during the State of the Union debate and approved digital copyright rules and measures to counter money laundering and cut plastic waste.
The annual State of the Union debate on 12 September was an opportunity for MEPs to review what the European Commission had achieved and to discuss upcoming initiatives. Relive it here.
If the EU is concerned that countries such as Hungary and Poland are not respecting EU values, it has a legal mechanism it could trigger. Find out about Article 7 of the Treaty of the EU.
Jean-Claude Junker will give his last State of the Union speech during the upcoming plenary session. In addition MEPs vote on new copyright rules and debate the situation in Hungary.
MEPs vote on new rules to improve the safety of products being sold in the EU, plans to combat fraud of non-cash payments and a proposal to enable you to use your pension savings abroad.
The State of the European Union debate takes place on Wednesday 12 September at 9.00 CET, looking back at what has been achieved and what still needs to be done.
In the coming months, MEPs will continue to debate the future of Europe and vote on new rules for energy, telecommunications and transport.
From posted workers to migration, the EU’s long-term budget and the digital economy, 2018 has proved an eventful year for the Parliament so far.
From cybersecurity to paternity leave and sexual harassment: parliamentary committees have many issues to deal with this week.
Copyright rules, plans to boost border security, and improved cooperation on defence were in the spotlight during this week’s plenary session.
MEPs roundly criticised the failure of EU leaders to come up with solutions to the EU's migration problem during a debate on 3 July.