To fight tax crimes, the EU needs to set up an anti-money laundering watchdog and a European financial police force, according to the tax committee’s final recommendations.
Worried about what is happening to our oceans? Take part in the conference on their future organised by the European Parliament and Commission taking place on 19 March.
From 23 to 26 May 2019, people in the EU vote for the next European Parliament. It’s the moment to make your voice heard. Find out all about it below.
Internet use and the number of connected devices continue to increase, but so do cyber threats. Parliament has approved new legislation to improve your security.
Read what measures the European Union is taking to meet targets to reduce carbon emissions in different sectors in order to prevent climate change.
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This week’s plenary session saw MEPs approve contingency measures in case of a no-deal Brexit, back new rules to improve accessibility and pass a new cyber security act.
The EU and the US are set to enter trade talks in a bid to resolve their disagreements. Read on to find out what the issues are and the deciding role Parliament will play.
“Awareness of the threat of Russia is ever growing,” says MEP Sandra Kalniete ahead of MEPs adopting a resolution on EU-Russia relations on 12 March. Find out more in our interview.
The European Accessibility Act aims to ensure more products and services are accessible for elderly people and people living with a disability. Check out our video.
Hostile propaganda that seeks to undermine the EU could influence the upcoming European elections. We talked to MEP Anna Fotyga about how to counteract it.
Farmers and small food businesses are vulnerable to unfair trading practices. MEPs have adopted new rules to help protect them.
If you’re aged between 17 and 30 and would like help make society a little better, register with the European Solidarity Corps.
For this year's International Women's Day and ahead of the European elections, the European Parliament is highlighting the importance of women’s participation in politics.
The state of play for Brexit, cybersecurity threats and EU-Russia relations are some of the topics for the upcoming plenary session in Strasbourg.
Parliament wants to protect democratic debate in the European elections by introducing financial penalties for EU parties and foundations abusing data in political campaigns.
Women should play a prominent role in politics, but how do they fare at the European Parliament? Find out in our infographics.
King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden were welcomed to the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday 6 March by Parliament President Antonio Tajani.