The European ombudsman, the EU’s official watchdog, says there is a need for greater public trust in the work of EU agencies.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control has voiced concern at the new outbreak of salmonella across Europe.
The EU has announced that it will put €18.5m this year and over €100m next year of funding towards tackling terrorism.
MEPs from across the political divide have demanded a deep and thorough investigation by the Commission into the murder of Maltese investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Campaigners have joined forces to call for more concerted action to combat poverty and social exclusion.
European regional policy Commissioner Corina Crețu has warned that the upcoming review of the EU’s regional funding policy will be tough and difficult.
New findings highlight the benefits to be gained from good safety and health at work, writes Christa Sedlatschek.
Research breakthroughs happen more easily when knowledge, data and resources are shared, explains Pierre Meulien.
The All.Can initiative puts patients at the heart of cancer policy, writes Suzanne Wait.
Eduardo Bravo discusses the importance of pharmaceutical incentives to SMEs.
Nord Stream 2 will contribute to Europe’s energy supply, writes Sebastian Sass.
'Simplicity' should be the watchword for reviewing the clean energy package, writes Peter Styles.
It’s neither wise nor safe for EU policymakers to dismiss new breeding techniques as ‘dangerous’ without any real consideration of the facts, argues Hannes Kollist.
The revision of the spirits regulation must take care not to add extra burdens for SMEs using traditional production methods, says Ulrike Müller.
The spirit drinks regulation is about ensuring the best quality drinks, explains Susanne Melior.
Spirit drinks are not consumed in the same way and mandatory labelling is unlikely to end binge drinking, writes Pilar Ayuso.
It’s time for all member states to ratify the Istanbul convention, so that violence against women can be tackled at EU level, writes Anna Maria Corazza Bildt.
Despite a great deal of progress, women’s work and career aspirations still suffer from restrictions, writes Daniela Aiuto.
Cécile Kashetu Kyenge talks overcoming racism, EU-Africa relations, and why Europe’s migration challenge doesn’t constitute a crisis.
MEPs Pavel Poc and Karin Kadenbach are set to host a discussion on what can be done to reduce Europe’s CVD burden.
European regional policy Commissioner Corina Crețu on the importance of cohesion policy, what it will look like in the future, and what Brexit might mean for Europe's regions.
Michał Boni on why he is excited about the digital single market, 5G technology, robots, how social media can help democracy, and why he still loves reading paper books.
European transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc on the new EU mobility package, gender equality in transport, and her own experience as one of Europe's few female entrepreneurs.
The former President of Catalonia, Artur Mas, discusses what Catalan independence could mean for Spain and the EU and what lies ahead for possible future negotiations.
Thanks to Brexit, the value of the European project is now coming into full view, says Friends of Europe Chairman
Angela Merkel's CDU party in coalition with the FDP would likely be the best result in assisting the UK's EU exit, argues Alexander Fiuza.
The violence that erupted in Charlottesville was widely condemned in European political and media circles, but they are more reluctant to recognise or address similar issues closer to home, writes Karen Taylor.
The UK's former Europe minister Denis Macshane explains why he believes Brexit may never happen.
UK MEP Charles Tannock has told a conference that security “must remain a priority” in the future relationship between the UK and EU.
MEPs have been left unimpressed by the outcome of a meeting in Brussels on Monday between UK Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
As UK Prime Minister Theresa May made a fresh bid to end the Brexit deadlock, senior Labour MEP Claude Moraes has called for further clarity on the UK’s plans to quit the EU.
Cécile Kashetu Kyenge Interview, Gender Equality, Health and Safety, Future of Food, Spirit Drinks Regulation, Brexit, Energy Labelling, Plastics Strategy, 5 questions with Antanas Guoga and more.
Former UK Europe minister Denis MacShane has predicted that Britain will not, after all, leave the EU.
Following latest round of Brexit talks, EU and UK sides say they are ready for possibility of no deal.
The consequences of Brexit on the devolved territories of the UK could be just as difficult to resolve as Britain’s EU exit reports.
British MEP Julie Girling says she stands by her decision to back a parliamentary resolution which states insufficient progress has so far been made in the Brexit negotiations.
World travels, coding and Henry Ford.
Palestine, tapestry and poetry.
Sauna, accordeon and laughter.
Balance, inner strength and books.
Aristotle, football and dinners out.
Spaghetti, makeup and Africa.
Electoral law, party politics and muddling through.
Academia, crime novels and skiing.
Racism, tigers and Marmite.
Winston Churchill, young entrepreneurs and taking inspiration from past leaders.
Hiking, teaching and a very special backpack.
On October 10, the IMCO Working Group on the Digital Single Market held its thirteenth meeting. The topic of debate was the Single Digital Gateway.
On September 25, the European Parliament Committee on International Trade (INTA) held a first exchange of views on the European Commission’s proposal for an EU screening mechanism of foreign investment in strategic sectors.
On September 11, a debate took place on the EU Emissions Trading System at the European Parliament Plenary session in Strasbourg.
On August 31, the EP DEVE and INTA Committees organised jointly a hearing on the revision of the EU Strategy on Aid for Trade.
On June 12, the European Commission organised an event entitled Finance for Innovation: Towards the ETS Fund.
On May 3, the TRAN Committee discussed a first draft on the cross-border parcel delivery services by rapporteur Lucy Anderson (S&D, UK).
On April 11, the LIBE Committee held a hearing on the Commission’s proposal for an ePrivacy regulation.
On April 5, the European Parliament held a plenary debate on the Negotiations with the United Kingdom following its notification that it intends to withdraw from the European Union and subsequently adopted a joint motion for a resolution on their position.