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This week in Strasbourg your MEPs will discuss: The EU Taxonomy, the granting of EU candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova and the accession of Croatia to the Eurozone.
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This week in Brussels your MEPs will discuss: Climate change, carbon pricing laws and gas reserves for Winter. Parliament will also hear an address from Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković.                                            
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This week in Strasbourg: Taoiseach Micheál Martin will give an address to Parliament. On the agenda for the week, MEPs will be discussing citizens' proposals to amend EU treaties and the war in Ukraine.
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This week in Brussels your MEPs will discuss combatting impunity for war crimes in Ukraine, the global minimum corporate tax rate and the Commission's report on the rule of law in the EU.
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This week in Strasbourg your MEPs will discuss: The economic consequences of the war in Ukraine, the rule of law in Hungary and Poland and the outcomes of the Conference on the Future of Europe. 
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This week in Strasbourg your MEPs will discuss the Russian aggression in Ukraine, the EU's security and defense strategy and the new UN climate change report.
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This week in Strasbourg your MEPs discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine, preparations for International Women's Day and rising energy prices across the EU.  
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This week in Strasbourg the MEPs will discuss, the Ukraine security crisis, the EU's rule of Law and the 20th anniversary of the Euro.
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For the first plenary session of the year, MEPs will pay tribute to President Sassoli. They will discuss and vote on live animal export.
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For the final plenary session of the year, the MEPs will be discussing the gender pay gap, European Year of the Youth and Alexei Navalny will recieve the 2021 Sakhorav Prize 
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The European Parliament will be returning to a semi-remote plenary session next week allowing for interventions from the capitals.Among other things, MEP's will be discussing CAP, the situation in Belarus and the Istanbul convention. 
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This week in Strasbourg President Ursula von der Leyen will address the European Parliament in her annual State of the European Union address. MEPs will also be discussing the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, Human Rights in the EU and the rule of law.
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This week in Brussels our MEPs will be discussing issues such as the new cohesian policy and the EU Climate law.
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Likely to be the last plenary session before a return to Strasbourg next week's plenary will include highlights such as Erasmus+ and a fair transition to a green economy. 
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the COVID-19 recovery plan and the introduction of a Digital Green Certificate aiming to facilitate safe, free movement inside the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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This week's plenary will kick off with video messages from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and US Vice-President Kamala Harris to celebrate International Women's Day 2021. Highlights will also include the announcement of the Conference on the future of Europe as well as a vote on the InvestEU initiative.
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EP Brussels Plenary Chamber 2021
The European Parliament will once again meet virtually for its February 2021 Plenary session, owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  The Plenary Session will see MEPs discussing topics such as the circular economy, the EU's COVID-19 vaccination programme, media and freedom of speech. You will find further information relating to this Plenary Session's votes and debates below. 
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Happy New Year. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis the European Parliament is preparing for yet another decentralised and remote plenary session which will take place across the entire European Union with interactions from all 27 capitals. Below you will find a detailed overview of what your MEPs will be discussing this week.
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The European Parliament is sitting this week for the final time in 2020. Although it will be taking place in Brussels and MEPs will be once again speaking remotely from all European capitals, President Sassoli will be opening the plenary from Strasbourg as a symbolic gesture. 
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Once again, the European Parliament is preparing for a decentralised and remote plenary session which will take place across the entire European Union with interactions from all 27 capitals. Below you will find a detailed overview of what your MEPs will be discussing this week.
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Luke Ming Flanagan addresses Parliament remotely.
Once again, due to the ongoing pandemic and the European Parliament's commitment to stopping COVID-19, this week's plenary session will be held remotely from all 27 member states. Highlights will include MEPs commenting on the recent US election; COVID-19 (pan-European health strategy and vaccine distribution) and the European Parliament's position on the long-term EU budget. 
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For the first time in history MEPs will be contributing to this week's plenary session remotely from all 27 member states. Highlights will include the Digital Services act; Brexit; CAP reform and Sakharov Prize 2020.
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the appointment of Commissioners-designate Ms McGuinness and Mr Dombrovskis; climate law and the EU's long-term budget
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include President Ursula von der Leyen's State of the European Union address; COVID-19 recovery plan and funding to support regions most affected by the energy transition.
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On Wednesday, the European Parliament will sit for a plenary session where Chancellor Angela Merkel will discuss the German presidency priorities with MEPs. Other items on the agenda include the EU budget, health and road transport. MEPs will be able to vote remotely with many of them opting to vote from their homes in Ireland.
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On Wednesday, the European Parliament will sit for a plenary session in which MEPs will be focusing on the fight against COVID-19, the long-term EU budget, and EU-UK future relations. MEPs will be able to vote remotely with many of them opting to vote from their homes in Ireland.
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On Wednesday, the European Parliament meets for an extradordinary plenary session in which European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, will present the revised long-term budget and recovery plan.
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On Wednesday, the European Parliament will sit for a plenary session in which MEPs will be focusing on the fight against COVID-19, tyre labelling, standards for water reuse and the long-term EU budget revision and recovery. MEPs will be able to vote remotely with many of them opting to vote from their homes in Ireland.
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On Thursday the European Parliament will sit for a plenary session in which MEPs will be focusing on the fight against COVID-19. MEPs will be able to vote remotely with many of them opting to vote from their homes in Ireland.
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On Thursday the European Parliament will sit for an extraordinary plenary session in which all our MEPs will be focusing on the fight against COVID-19. MEPs for the first time will be able to vote remotely with many of them opting to vote from their homes in Ireland.
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include a debate on coronavirus and the EU's reaction; a debate with Council President Michel on the failed EU budget summit; and a debate with Commission President von der Leyen on the role of women as key agents for change.
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include the EU budget debate ahead of crucial MFF summit; Parliament to vote on EU-Vietnam free trade deal and EU-UK future relations
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the the final Brexit vote; common chargers and e-waste; and EU gender equality strategy
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include the COP25 UN Climate Change Conference; the  Istanbul Convention; and MEPs voting on the College of Commissioners
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include the European Ombudsman Election; a call for a reduction in pesticides usage; and improving the welfare of transported animals 
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include the COP25 UN Climate Change Conference; the  Istanbul Convention; and MEPs voting on the College of Commissioners
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall; the criminalisation of sex education in Poland and how to combat violence against journalists.
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the ongoing situation in Syria; the general budget of the European Union; the October EU summit and the End-of-term assessment for the Juncker Commission.
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the long-term EU investment budget; foreign electoral interference and an EU minimum wage
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include the Presidency of the European Central Bank; the UK's departure from the European Union and Climate Change.
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What will our newly elected MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include electing the new President of the Commission; the Finnish EU presidency and Humanitarian assistance in the meditarranean sea
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What will our newly elected MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include electing the new President of the Parliament; forming parliament committees and debating the outcome of the June summit.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; BREXIT; Climate action and the future of Europe
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; BREXIT; Copyright and regional development
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; the Future of Europ; EU-US Trade; Brexit and Climate Change
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; the Future of Europe and the EU-Singapore partnership agreement
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What were your MEPs working on during this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights included: Brexit debate with President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and Eu Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier; International Holocause Remembrance Day; and, Future of Europe debate with Prime Minister of Finland Juha Sipilä.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; Pesticides,InvestEU, Brexit and the Future of Europe
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; the Sakharov Prize 2018, Brexit and the Future of Europe
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; the Cum/Ex tax fraud scandal, Climate Change, the Future of Europe Debate
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; funding priorities for post-2020 budget; new ambitious targets on renewables and energy efficiency; and, empowering national competition authorities and ensuring the proper functioning of the internal market.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; reducing the use of plastics; promoting clean vehicles;lauching automated dat exchange with regards to DNA in Ireland.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; free flow of non-personal data in the EU, simplifying VAT, reducing CO2 emissions from private vehicles.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; The State of the European Union address; MEPs proposing ways to boost plastics recycling; maintaining EU regional funding for Northern Ireland post brexit; Rule of law in Hungary.
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On the agenda: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to debate future of Europe with MEPs, European Elections 2019: new distribution of EP seats, Judicial reform in Poland: debate with Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans and much more.
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On the agenda: Luxembourg’s Prime Minister Xavier Bettel debates future of Europe with MEPs, post-2020 budget, sustainable North Sea fisheries plan and much more.
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On the agenda next week President Macron addresses Parliament.  Other items include 'Circular economy', Organic food, Gender equality in the media sector, and debates on Syria and Russia.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the EU's post-2020 budget, Parliament's vision for a post-Brexit future, EU corporate taxation and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the 2019 European Elections, climate change, EU enlargement, and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be Taoiseach Varadkar's speech at the Future of Europe debate, EU summit conclusions, cutting off terrorist funding, and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the Brexit negotiations, Jerusalem as capital of Israel, EU defence policy, and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda are the LUX Film Prize, road safety, Rule of Law in both Poland and Malta, and much more.  
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the EU General Budget for 2018, the removal of glyphosate products, minimum income policies, and trade deals with Australia and New Zealand.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the resolution on Brexit talks, Climate Change & Ryanair
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the State of the European Union address, WiFi4EU, a New Skills Agenda for Europe, the future of the Erasmus+ Programme and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the beginning of the Estonian presidency, the European Council and G20 preparations, Turkey, lifetime of products, tackling HIV and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda:  Statements on US President Trump's decision on COP21 Paris Agreement, 30 years of Erasmus, the issue of the gender pension gap, MEPs priorities on the next European Council, and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the European Council conclusions, addresses by Secretary General of the UN and Head of African Union Commission, portability of online content services, road transport in the EU, the war in Syria, fundamental rights in Hungary, and much more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be negotiations with the UK following the Article 50 notification, medical devices, fishing vessels, emissions in the automotive sector, the Brazilian meat sector, EU budget and more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be European Council conclusions; shareholders' rights in EU companies; conflict minerals; food inspections; the 'global gag' rule; the Firearms Directive; mistreatment of horses; gender equality; obstacles to free movement, and more.
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? CETA; topics on the agenda inlcude combatting terrorism, Emission reductions;EU Reform; Structural & Investment funds; European Semester 2017, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses Parliament on Thursday
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What will MEPs be working on in the November plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: Mid-term elections of Parliament’s governing bodies;Malta’s EU Council Presidency priorities; Blacklist of states at risk of money laundering; debate on EU summit outcome and challenges in 2017
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include award of 2016 Sakharov Prize; Pre-Summit debate on Brexit, migration, Energy Union; New rules to boost rail travel; Review of 2016 Foreign Policy:focus on Russia, Middle East and Africa; Europol data leak
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What will MEPs be working on in the November plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: Lux Prize Award ceremony; EU-Turkey relations; European Defence Union, Tax evasion, Occupational retirement funds;  EU plan against trafficking wildlife; cod stocks, combatting violence against women
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Highlights include; debate the outcome of the EU summit outcome with President Juncker and Presifdent Tusk; Commission Work Programme: Vote on EU budget for 2017 ; Industrial trans fats in food; Annual health check on fundamental rights in EU member states; Proposal for Common Consolidated Tax base; Disabled and elderly people to get easier access to online public services.
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include:Pre-summit debate on migration, Russia and EU trade policy; Climate change; export ban on “torture goods; conflicts of interest; safety requirements for food contact materials; developments in Syria and Colombia; Calais “jungle” camps ; uniform fair treatment for EU fishermen ; debate women’s rights in Poland
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: State and future of the European Union debate with jean-Claude Juncker; debate on Commission's illegal state aid verdict on Ireland's tax deal with Apple; car emissions, EU budget 2017, relocation of asylum seekers, SME Competiveness,
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: - Plenary debates on priorities of the incoming Slovak presidency in the Council and review of the outgoing Dutch presidency. - MEPs to debate EU’s 28-29 June summit conclusions on Brexit vote - Parliament to vote stance on setting up a common European Border and Coast Guard
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In the wake of the UK’s EU membership referendum, MEPs will meet on Tuesday in Brussels for an extraordinary plenary session at 10:00. Parliament's political group leaders will discuss the consequences of the UK vote with Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and a representative of the Dutch Presidency of the Council. At noon, they will vote on a non-binding resolution to feed into Wednesday's meeting of 27 EU heads of state and government on the same topic.
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What will MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Brussels? Highlights include: - MEPs to debate EU member states’ progress towards hitting energy efficiency and renewables targets. - Vote naming inquiry committee to investigate alleged breaches by EU Commission or countries of EU laws on money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion - MEPs to vote on first EU (Baltic) fish stock management plan to focus on interactions between species, e.g. cod eat sprats, sprats eat cod roe.
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: - Vote on the establishment of an inquiry into the "Panama Papers" - Debate on progress of EU's multi-million euro investment plan - Debate and vote on anti-tax avoidance package - Vote on new rules to ease cross-border acceptance of certificates - Tackling supermarket trading practices that are unfair to farmers - Vote on ways to boost European rail supply industry competitiveness - CIA’s use of torture: MEPs to ask for updates on investigations - Vote on €500 million in EU financial aid loans to Tunisia -MEPs to discuss safety concerns on Belarus nuclear power with Commission
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What will MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Brussels? Highlights include: - Address by King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands - Debate: Energy Union to benefit users and alleviate energy poverty - Debate on new digital single market proposals with Andrus Ansip - Crisis in the dairy sector - Debate on run-up to G7 summit in Japan - Virtual currencies - Single Market Strategy & non-tariff barriers - Relocating asylum seekers: vote on extra year for Sweden to take its share - Vote on job-search and start-up aid for redundant workers in France and Greece
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: - Common European Asylum System reform - Restoring a fully functioning Schengen System - Police cooperation: MEPs to strengthen Europol as a shield against terrorism - Vote on mandatory sharing among EU countries of corporate tax reports - MEPs to reiterate need to protect EU industry against dumped imports from China - MEPs to renew call for mandatory country of origin labelling of meat and milk - Human trafficking: MEPs to call on EU member states to protect victims - Parental leave: MEPs to call for common rules to be better enforced - New EU-Mauritania fisheries deal -MEPs seeking updates on investigations into CIA's use of torture
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What will MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Brussels? Highlights include: - Migration: debate on roll-out of the EU-Turkey deal - Removing technical obstacles to creating a single EU railway area - MEPs to call for parliamentary oversight of the European Investment Bank - Parliament to give its verdict on EU budget management in 2014
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: - EU-Turkey deal up for a debate - EP to request a centralised EU asylum system and legal ways for migration - MEPs to approve extra funds for refugee aid and fight against terrorism - Calls for an EU-wide ban on glyphosate herbicide - “Panama Papers” tax scandal debate - Erasmus+ also for travelling apprentices in the EU - Fighting poverty: help poor families lower heating bills - Parliament to give its verdict on six nominees to the European Court of Auditors - International fisheries: stricter rules for fish products and vessels
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: -Joint debate on 7 March EU-Turkey summit and upcoming Spring Council meeting -Debate with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven -Milk, fruit and schooling in healthier eating habits -MEPs to call for EU measures to protect women refugees -Cigarettes: MEPs to give a verdict on EU anti-smuggling deals with tobacco firms -International protection of whistle-blowers -Overcoming crises, faster recovery: MEPs to set EU budget priorities for 2017 -Thalidomide victims: debate with European Commission -Syria: will the ceasefire hold?
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On the agenda at the plenary this week: -EU-UK reform deal up for a debate with Tusk and Juncker -Better matching job seekers and vacancies across Europe -Cigarettes: do EU anti-smuggling deals with tobacco firms work? -Share information to fight pet trafficking -Parliament's economic, social and single market priorities for 2016 -Votes on EU help for Tunisia: more duty-free olive oil imports, free trade deal
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: -Refugee crisis, border control and Schengen rules -ECB annual report -Financing refugee facilities in Turkey -Women's rights and gender equality -EU platform against undeclared work -Humanitarian situation in Yemen -Preparation Summit 18-19 February
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What will MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg? Highlights include: - Key debate with Presidents Tusk and Juncker on migration, terrorism and UK referendum - Debate on Dutch presidency priorities with Prime Minister Mark Rutte - EU role in mutual defence clause - MEPs scrutinise the rule of law in Poland - MEPs to consider vetoing plan to relax diesel car emission limits - Using culture and education to tackle migration and radicalisation challenges - Skills policies for fighting youth unemployment
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: -Sakharov Prize Award Ceremony -COP21 climate change outcome -Migration -corporate tax transparency -energy union
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: -Debate on Paris attacks and anti-terror measures -Vote on recommendations to end aggressive tax planning and tax evasion -EU budget 2016: final vote, -Lux Prize Winner -Aftermath of G20 and Valletta summits -Refugee crisis funding, State of the Energy Union -Stop violence against women, -Child poverty
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Brussels? Highlights include: -MEPs to push for reform of European electoral law -Net neutrality: debate on privileged treatment of online content (zero rating) -Migration: Parliament to urge member states to pay up -MEPs to call for measures to boost the EU aviation sector
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include; -Migration debate -Roaming charges final vote -GMO Foods vote -Emissions and air quality debate -Reform of EU electoral law debate -EU Budget 2016 debate -VW emissions scandal -Restrictions on export of torture tools
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include State of the EU debate with Angela Merkel and François Hollande; address by Felipe VI of Spain; Debate on outcome of EU summit on the refugee crisis; Car industry: manipulation of exhaust emission tests; capital markets union
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: First State of the Union address by EC President Junker; Refugee Crisis debate; vote on a ban on animal cloning, cloned food, feed and imports; Jobs: fostering social entrpreneurship;Right2Water citizen's initiative; Middle East peace process, Iran deal and Belarus; Vote on more robust EU ban on trade in seal products
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - TTIP - Copyright - Prospects for the EU Dairy Sector - Green Employment Initiative - Commission Work Programme 2016
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What's on the agenda during this week's mini Plenary Session in Brussels? Highlights include: - Migration, security and economics debate with Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker - Corporate tax action plan
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - TTIP talks: MEPs to table recommendations - FIFA corruption scandal - Gender equality strategy: MEPs to call for clearer targets and better monitoring - Climate change: bridging the gap after Kyoto - EU intellectual property rights - EU energy security strategy
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What will the MEPs be working on during next week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Debate on the European Agenda on Migration for 2015-2020 - Tougher rules on money laundering to fight tax evasion and terrorist financing - Debate and vote on a law to stem the flow of “conflict minerals” - Maternity leave: deliver now or start from scratch - MEPs set out blueprint for safer healthcare - Counterfeit cigarettes: MEPs to question future of EU deals with tobacco firms
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Mediterranean tragedies: MEPs to demand action to save lives - MEPs to call for stronger EU alcohol strategy - MEPs to clamp down on wasteful use of plastic carrier bags - Vote on life-saving emergency call system for cars - Youth Employment Initiative: vote to make €1 billion available in 2015 - Debate on new "European Agenda on Security" - Forests: MEPs to demand better management and efficient use of raw materials - New fisheries policy: MEPs to approve key draft laws on discards and Baltic Sea
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Parliament to discuss death of Russian opposition leader Nemtsov - MEPs to debate Europe's economic priorities - Parliament wants to boost equality between men and women in the EU - Tackling child sexual abuse on the Internet - Address of King Abdullah II of Jordan - Parliament to set out its 2016 budget priorities - MEPs to debate impact of Russian import restrictions on EU road hauliers
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Country of origin labelling of meat in processed foods - Facilitating cross-border tracking of traffic offenders - Counter-terrorism measures: MEPs to debate priorities ahead of EU summit - Annual Report 2013 on the Protection of the EU's Financial Interests - Fight against fraud - Access to medicines in the EU
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Commemorating 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz - Latvia takes over EU presidency from Italy - Vote on GMO opt-out for EU member states - Debate on boardroom gender balance - Ombudsman Annual activities report 2013
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Setting the Commission's work priorities for 2015 - 2014 LUX film prize to be awarded in Strasbourg - Parliament to elect European Ombudsman - MEPs to vote on whether Palestine should be recognised as a state - Debate on CIA’s use of torture and role of EU member states
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Pope Francis to pay official visit to the European Parliament - 2014 Sakharov Prize to be awarded to Dr Denis Mukwege - Juncker to present €300bn investment package to MEPs - MEPs to debate and vote on whether Palestine should be recognised as a state - Parliament to vote on motion of censure on the European Commission
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's mini-Plenary Session in Brussels? Highlights include: - Commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 - Restarting stalled Northern Ireland peace process – debate and vote - MEPs set to back EU-Moldova association deal - EU job-search aid for former workers at Greek retailer and Irish jeweller
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Vote on the new European Commission - 2015: Parliament set to boost funding for EU priorities - Review of Barroso II Commission - European semester: action needed on EU countries’ economic reform pledges
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, Russian ban on imports of EU food products, Crisis in the Middle East – Syria and Iraq, Gaza, Libya, Ebola outbreak, European Youth Initiative, Digital market,Budget 2015
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Parliament to vote on Jean-Claude Juncker for Commission President - MEPs to quiz EU Commission on transatlantic trade talks - Tackling youth unemployment
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What will the MEPs be working on during this week's Plenary Session in Strasbourg ? Highlights include: - Electing Parliament’s new President - Electing Parliament’s Vice-Presidents and Quaestors - Debate on the outcome of the European summit - Italy to take over EU Presidency from Greece
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