MEPs vote on measures to make foreign gas suppliers comply with EU rules, discuss how to protect terrorism victims and raise concerns about a drop in vaccinations.
Corporations use loopholes to avoid paying taxes, for example by shifting profits to EU countries with lower taxes. New EU rules would put an end to this.
The EU can resort to a slew of measures to protect itself against unfair trade practices, from appealing to the WTO to full-out trade war.
Online shoppers will benefit from greater price transparency thanks to new EU rules on cross border parcel delivery.
The European Parliament plays a crucial role in the ongoing Brexit negotiations. Watch our video to find out how.
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In a busy week in Strasbourg MEPs called for an ambitious EU budget, voted in favour of increasing transparency on parcel delivery prices and condemned new US tariffs on steel.
MEPs have voted in favour of a revision of Europass, a scheme to make it easier for people to have their professional skills recognised in other EU countries.
The EU might spend money on defence for the first time ever. MEPs are ready to start talks with member states on plans to support the joint development and acquisition of military equipment.
On 14 March MEPs adopted Parliament’s official negotiating position for the EU’s next long-term budget starting in 2021.
During the March plenary in Strasbourg, MEPs vote on priorities for the EU’s long-term budget as well as on red lines for future EU-UK relations. Watch the video to find out more.
ICT is another sector where women are under-represented and earn less than men. Parliament is calling for action to rectify the situation.
Read what measures the European Union is taking to meet targets to reduce carbon emissions in different sectors in order to prevent climate change.
Check out our infographics to discover greenhouse gas emissions by country and by sector in the EU as well as the world's top emitters.
With women underrepresented in the media in the EU, MEPs are calling on member states and media organisations to step up their efforts to combat gender inequality in the sector.
Empowering women and girls in the media and ICT sectors is the theme of Parliament’s 2018 International Women’s Day celebrations. Also on this week’s agenda are Brexit and migration.
For this year's International Women's Day the European Parliament is stressing the importance of the role women play in media and ICT.