Detailed trade issues are already going on behind the scenes between the EU and UK, Syed Kamall has revealed.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Cécile Kashetu Kyenge talks overcoming racism, EU-Africa relations, and why Europe’s migration challenge doesn’t constitute a crisis.
Cardiovascular diseases cause over 1.8 million deaths a year across the EU. Pavel Poc wants to help change that
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.
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 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.
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.
We urgently need legal certainty to support innovation in plant breeding in the EU, writes Arjen van Tunen.
EU-Mercosur trade talks have progressed on many issues this year, but sugar - a critical area for Brazil and a huge source of potential for EU industry - has been left out, writes Géraldine Kutas.