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Highlights from the European Parliament Weekly Agenda

The UK office helps guide you through what's happening in the European Parliament this forthcoming week. Sign up for our weekly newsletter!

2017

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Welcome to the last newsletter before the summer recess. MEPs are taking to the road (and skies) this week on delegations to discuss the most important issues with EU partners abroad. Here is a selection of highlights.Allow us to wish you a great summer and we will be back at the end of August!
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The summer may be here, but the MEPs are not slowing down. Brexit will be high on the agenda next week with its impact on the aviation industry and its impact on EP's own seating arrangements up for debate next week. See our highlights below.
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It is going to be an exciting week for the MEPs in Brussels. As the European Council Summit comes to an end, the G20 meeting with European Council President and the Commission formally kicks off. We have more details for you below:
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A busy week awaits the MEPs with committee meetings and seminars in Brussels. We have selected the highlights for you below:
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It is going to be an exciting week for the MEPs in Brussels. As the Brexit negotiations formally kick off, the Parliament will host its hearing on Brexit and a high level conference on migration policy. We have more details for you below:
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The MEPs travel to Strasbourg this week for a plenary session. We have selected a few highlights for your below. Also don't miss our high-level conference on Migration with some top speakers – see below to sign up and take part.
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MEPs are travelling to Strasbourg this week for votes and debates in the plenary. We've selected a few highlights for you.
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This week the MEPs will be returning in Brussels for an agenda full of debates and committee meetings. We have selected a few highlights for you below.
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This week most of the MEPs will be away from Brussels for an agenda packed with delegations and foreign visits. We have selected a few highlights for you below.
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It may be election campaign time in the UK, but at the European Parliament the work continues. MEPs are travelling to Strasbourg this week for votes and debates in plenary. We've selected a few highlights for you.
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The MEPs have a week of committee meetings and public hearings in Brussels ahead of them. Brexit is high on the agenda with a public hearing next week. The MEPs will also look at tax avoidance and money laundering. We have selected the week's highlights for you below.
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The MEPs are back in Brussels for a week of committee meetings. The situation in Syria as well as the migration crisis will be on top of the agenda. See our highlights below:
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It is panning out to be a busy week at the European Parliament next week. With the British government set to formally begin the process of exiting the European Union, the European Parliament's response is likely to follow soon. We have selected other highlights for you below.
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MEPs are back in Brussels for a week full of committee meetings. A number of expert exchanges of Brexit will take place as the Parliament celebrates the 60th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome
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 The MEPs are travelling to Strasbourg for a busy week of debates and votes. We have selected a few highlights below. Link to the full agenda is at the very bottom.
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The MEPs are in Brussels this week for a schedule full of committee and group meetings. We have selected some highlights for you below.
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Brexit will certainly be on the agenda as MEPs return to Brussels for a mini-plenary session and a week of committee meetings. On Tuesday the Internal Market Committee will host a workshop on the consequences of Brexit and on Wednesday all MEPs will debate the EU citizen's freedom of movement in the UK. More details below:
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The MEPs are off for a week of delegations and constituency business. Panama Papers inquiry will visit Malta, the Civil Liberties Committee will visit Frontex offices in Warsaw and the European Parliament President Antonio Tajani will go to Berlin on Friday to meet Germany’s President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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The MEPs are travelling to Strasbourg for a week of debates and votes and it is a busy one. The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is expected to get EP's final nod. Justin Trudeau, the Canadian PM is due to speak in the plenary and the MEPs will vote on a number of key files – from external border checks to an update on the EU's counter-terrorism law.
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The MEPs are in Brussels this week for a mix of plenary sittings and committee meetings. From smarter energy to safer pesticides, here is our selection of the top items on the agenda.
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The MEPs have a busy week of committee meetings in Brussels ahead. Tuesday is set to be of particular interest with the Canadian trade agreement vote, further inquiries into tax avoidance and car emissions. See more below.
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MEPs travel to Strasbourg this week for the first plenary session of 2017. The main task ahead is the election of the new President, Vice-Presidents and quaestors. Other items on the agenda include a look ahead to the challenges 2017 will bring, and a debate on police cooperation. More details below.
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The MEPs are back in Brussels for a week packed with committee meetings. We have selected some highlights below.
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