Requesting and granting asylum in the EU will be quicker and simpler, with stronger safeguards, particularly for children, under new rules approved in committee on Wednesday.
EP Brexit Steering Group and MEPs from five committees in charge of citizens' rights heard representatives of the 3 million group and UK Home Office officials on Tuesday.
Foreign affairs MEPs welcomed the positive news on EU accession talks with Albania and FYROM, but questioned the accession talks with Turkey, in a debate on Monday.
2,287 workers made redundant by Caterpillar Solar in Gosselies and five suppliers are set to receive EU aid worth €4,621,616 to help find new jobs.
A high-level conference on “Shaping our digital future: the challenge of the digital revolution” will be held in the European Parliament, in Brussels, on 25 April from 14.30 to 19.00.
The request for a vote on the mandate to start the talks with the EU ministers on transparent gas market rules has been withdrawn.
The EU must better protect journalists and whistle-blowers and Slovakia must ensure thorough, independent and international investigation into the murder of Ján Kuciak.
Waning public confidence in vaccination is a major challenge that is already affecting health, Parliament said on Thursday.
MEPs called on Turkey to swiftly conclude the judicial process and release the two Greek soldiers detained since March, in a resolution adopted on Thursday.
MEPs call for a new European Values Instrument to support civil society organisations on Thursday.
To shed light on the true owners of letterbox companies, any citizen will, in future, be able to access data about the beneficial owners of firms operating in the EU.
New rules to ensure that only high-quality organic food is sold in the EU and to boost organic production were approved by the European Parliament on Thursday.
A stronger European supervision of the car approval system to ensure rules are applied uniformly and effectively throughout the EU was approved by Parliament on Thursday.
MEPs call for de-escalation of violence in Gaza, an end to extrajudicial killings in the Philippines and protection of civil and political rights in Belarus.
Parliament backs ambitious recycling targets, under legislation on waste and the circular economy, adopted on Wednesday.