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During the last plenary session before May’s elections, MEPs approved new measures requiring life-saving technologies in vehicles and EU-wide standards to protect whistle-blowers.
Protecting whistle-blowers, the state of play on Brexit and improving road safety are among the topics in the last plenary session of the current term.
The uncertainly surrounding Brexit must be ended as soon as possible, Antonio Tajani told EU leaders at the start of a special European Council dedicated to Brexit on 10 April.
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the effects will be felt by people and companies across Europe. The EU has adopted measures to mitigate the impact of a disorderly withdrawal.
From 23 to 26 May 2019, people in the EU vote for the next European Parliament. It’s the moment to make your voice heard. Find out all about it below.
Balancing work and family, the state of play on Brexit, and natural gas will be dealt with by MEPs during this week’s plenary session.
Updated EU copyright rules and a ban on single-use plastics were approved during this week's plenary session. MEPs also voted in favour of boosting consumer rights.
During the March plenary, MEPs vote on an update of copyright rules and a single-use plastics ban. They also vote on measures to boost consumers' rights.
Parliament wants to protect democratic debate in the European elections by introducing financial penalties for EU parties and foundations abusing data in political campaigns.
Antonio Tajani warned EU leaders that any delay to the UK leaving the EU should be as short as possible, at the start of a European Council dedicated to Brexit.
This week’s plenary session saw MEPs approve contingency measures in case of a no-deal Brexit, back new rules to improve accessibility and pass a new cyber security act.
Hostile propaganda that seeks to undermine the EU could influence the upcoming European elections. We talked to MEP Anna Fotyga about how to counteract it.