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MEPs vote this week on new EU rules for taking in asylum seekers, recommendations on how to prevent tax evasion, and a proposal regarding posted workers.
Two-thirds of Europeans believe EU membership has benefitted their country, according to an EU-wide survey to be published on 18 October.
Thousands of young Europeans will gather in Strasbourg next June for the third EYE event to share their vision for Europe’s future. Register now to take part.
People and organisations from across EU came to Parliament on 11 October for the Citizen's Prize award ceremony in recognition of their contributions to Europe.
Parliament president Antonio Tajani met Serbian prime minister Ana Brnabić on 11 October in Brussels, lending his support to her government’s pro-European approach.
The finalists for this year's Sakharov Prize have been announced. The laureate will be selected on 26 October by the President and the political group leaders.
MEPs will this week deal with refugees’ resettlement, food quality and the risks of glyphosate, as well as as announce this year's Sakharov Prize finalists.
Lack of progress in Brexit talks, Catalonia question, endocrine disruptors and better protection of air passengers’ and workers’ rights: check out our plenary overview.
MEPs have approved plans for a European Public Prosecutor's Office to step up the fight against fraud and misuse of European funds.
MEPs hit out at the slow pace of progress on issues such as citizens’ rights, Northern Ireland and the UK’s financial commitments on the Brexit talks.
Take part in a high-level conference in Brussels on 7 November on how to finance clean energy as well as create jobs and boost economic growth.
Parliament insists that Ireland’s unique circumstances, including the issue of peace in Northern Ireland, must be addressed in the Brexit negotiations.