According to the European Court of Auditors, the EU's hotspot approach for irregular migrants arriving in Italy and Greece has helped to significantly improve the registration, identification and security checking of migrants.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May reportedly held constructive talks with the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and MEPs debated the rights situation in his country, attended by Commission first Vice President Frans Timmermans.
Nord Stream 2 is the embodiment of hybrid warfare and would put Energy Union at risk, argues Petras Auštrevičius.
2016 will be the year of delivery for Energy Union, writes Maroš Šefcovic.
The Commission is set to revise the energy efficiency directive later this year. How are MEPs looking to influence this key update?
New EU wide programme will support member states in implementing structural reforms, writes Lambert van Nistelrooij.
The constitutional affairs committee will have a crucial role to play in how Brexit unfolds and beyond, writes Danuta Hübner.
Parliament's petitions committee strives to address citizens' concerns and foster constructive dialogue, writes Pál Csáky.
Parliament has given its stamp of approval to legislation aimed at combating money laundering, which will also help fight tax evasion.
The EU's security environment has undergone dramatic changes in recent years and is as unstable as ever, and the CSDP must be updated to reflect this, say MEPs.
MEPs have voted through a resolution calling on the member states to meet their official development assistance (ODA) targets and set a timetable for reaching them by 2020.
Mairead McGuinness on taking risks, building bridges with national parliaments, and why she’s excited about her new responsibility for interreligious dialogue.
Irish GUE/NGL deputy Lynn Boylan on providing Northern Ireland with special status post-Brexit and why tinkering around the edges of EU reform is just not going to cut it with today’s citizens.
Věra Jourová on making sure past progress is consolidated, fighting the gender pay gap and why encouraging women's political participation would benefit everyone.
Watch all the victorious European parliamentarians accepting their MEP awards at this year's ceremony.
MEP Awards 2015 host Viviane Reding speaks to the Parliament Magazine after the ceremony.
The 2014 MEP Awards winners send a message to the potential shortlistees of 2015.
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.
On 28 March, the third EU Energy Policy Summit was held in Brussels.
Innovation and R&D are the keys to a healthier future, explains Nathalie Moll.
Europe can compete at the highest levels of the bioeconomy, says Philippe Mengal.
The EU must realise the circular economy package's full potential, argues Alexis Van Maercke.
The EU doesn't need a 'one-size-fits-all' energy approach, explains Gert De Block.
The world needs low cost and lower emissions energy producers, writes Bjørn Otto Sverdrup.
Renewables can bring SMEs and the public closer to the EU, writes Nigel Cotton.
New EU measures a first attempt to finally respond to the needs of families, says European families network chief.
How can lightweight materials such as aluminium help the EU meet its CO2 emissions reduction targets?
EU legislation needs to recognise the advantages lightweight materials can offer in reducing CO2 emissions from vehicles, write Patrik Ragnarsson and Dieter Höll.
Following the European Parliament’s vote on visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizens, there is renewed hope for Ukraine’s European future, writes Eli Hadzhieva.