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Future of Europe debate, Schengen and Climate Change - this week at the European Parliament

This week the MEPs will be between committees meetings in Brussels and plenary session in Strasbourg. Check what the UK MEP's are up!

 
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Highlights

Future of Europe/Rasmussen. Denmark's Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen will debate the future of Europe with MEPs and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday at 15.00. This will be the thirteenth in a series of future of Europe debates between EU heads of state or governments and MEPs on Wednesday.

Schengen/Reintroduction of border controls. MEPs will vote on an update of the Schengen Borders code, establishing the conditions upon which Member States can temporarily carry out checks at internal borders of the Schengen area. Six Schengen states have been carrying out controls for more than three years, despite a two-year maximum period on Thursday.

Climate Change. Parliament will hold a debate with Commissioner for Climate Action Miguel Arias Cañete on the new EU strategy for long-term greenhouse gas emissions reduction to meet Paris Agreement targets on Wednesday.

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UK MEP's in the spotlight

Resolution on A Europe that protects: clean air for all
Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
Rapporteur: Catherine BEARDER (South East England, Liberal Democrat)

Resolution on A Europe that protects: clean air for all
Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
Rapporteur: Seb DANCE (London, Labour)

Resolution on the rights of intersex people
Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
Rapporteur: Claude MORAES (Labour, London)

Resolution on A Europe that protects: clean air for all
Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
Rapporteur: Keith TAYLOR (South East England, Greens)  

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Audiovisual Sector and Brexit

The UK is a key player in the cultural industry. But, what are the scenarios after Brexit for the relations between the UK and the Member States audiovisuals sectors? This study provides information on and analysis of the likely impacts of various Brexit scenarios.

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Read the study.

 
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