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During a packed committee week, MEPs will talk about vaccines and sustainability as well as hold a hearing about Portugal’s priorities for the Council presidency the next six months.
MEPs demanded more clarity about Covid-19 vaccine contracts and welcomed the inauguration of Joe Biden as US president during Parliament's first plenary session of the year.
Portugal took over the rotating Council Presidency on 1 January 2021, amidst a health and economic crisis. But what are the Portuguese MEPs’ expectations?
Covid-19 vaccines in the EU, relations with the US and the priorities of the new Council presidency will be discussed at the first plenary session of 2021.
The EU has designated 2021 as the European Year of Rail to promote the use of trains as a safe and sustainable transport. Find out more.
MEPs will examine the implementation of the EU's vaccines strategy and start looking into the agreement on EU-UK relations reached at the end of 2020.
EU-UK relations are changing following Brexit and the deal reached at the end of 2020. Find out what this means for you.
As the EU continues to deal with the impact of the pandemic, while delivering on priorities such as fighting climate change, here’s what to look out for in 2021.
As a difficult year draws to a close, everyone at the European Parliament wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The three films competing for the 2021 LUX Award are: Another Round, Collective and Corpus Christi.
MEPs approved the EU's budget for 2021-2027 and presented the Sakharov Prize to opposition leaders in Belarus during the 14-18 December plenary.
The EU has adopted rules which make it possible to stop payments from the EU budget to member states that do not respect the rule of law.