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MEP proposes ‘revolving door’ rules for European elites who facilitate Russian interests
Russia uses ‘elite capture’ to pay off European politicians to soften their image abroad
Artifical Intelligence: EU rules must ward of threat to fundamental rights
MEPs say public debate on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) should focus on technology’s enormous potential to complement humans
MEPs cautious on proposal to raise multinationals minimum EU tax to 21%
Economic affairs committee MEPs express caution on amended proposal of EC minimum tax for multinationals to be raised to 21%
Metsola casts early vote in Malta election with appeal to voters
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says war in Ukraine proves the significance of the democratic process
COVID resilience fund key to gain energy independence from Russia – MEP
MEPs discuss Recovery and Resilience Fund with Portuguese prime minister Antonio Costa
MEPs ready to regulate cryptocurrency with EU law
Proposal delves into what proofs will be needed of a crypto-company to operate in the EU and establishes how member states, central banks and the ECB must act with regard to these...
No fast-track EU membership for Ukraine as leaders meet in Versailles

Metsola to EU leaders: national defence budgets must be raised and more EU...

Metsola to EU leaders: national defence budgets must be...

MEPs tell Brussels to punish errant member states by cutting off EU cash

MEPs tell European Commission to immediately trigger the ‘rule of law conditionality mechanism’ to stop member states that violate rule of law...

MEPs tell European Commission to immediately trigger...

Malta pipeline: MEPs vote down objection to PCI gas projects

MEPs have voted down an objection filed by Green MEPs to a list of EU-funded...

MEPs have voted down an objection filed by Green MEPs to a...

‘Europe must send message of support to all Russian women arrested for protesting Putin’

Metsola: war has returned to Europe and women and girls were once again, as in other crises, among the first victims

Metsola: war has returned to Europe and women and...

Labour MEPs on their own as European Parliament majority says no to golden passports

Labour MEPs the only members of the entire S&D Group not to vote in favour of a report that calls on the European Commission to propose rules that will...

Labour MEPs the only members of the entire S&D Group...

MEPs launch stark warning against Russian disinformation and effects on European life

“Putin’s propaganda machine has been working in Europe for decades already, attempting to poison and divide our society”

“Putin’s propaganda machine has been working in...

Brussels monitoring Gazprom for uncompetitive behaviour

MEPs question energy commissioner Kadri Simson over soaring gas prices in...

MEPs question energy commissioner Kadri Simson over soaring...

At last a European law against gender-based violence | Iratxe García Pérez

The new directive will pay special attention to prevention, support and protection measures, and oblige member states to ensure that violence by an...

The new directive will pay special attention to prevention,...

War on Kremlin money: Brussels closer to shutting down golden passports

Large majority of MEPs will vote to stop golden passports by 2025 and for EU rules to hive off proceeds from residence programmes for EU budget

Large majority of MEPs will vote to stop golden passports...

Novaya Gazeta editor: Nuclear response in Russian aggression is real threat

Nobel Peace Prize-winning editor of Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta, Dmitry Muratov addresses EP subcommittee on human rights

Nobel Peace Prize-winning editor of Russian newspaper...

Conference on Future of Europe: EP delegation discusses latest recommendations

Follow the exchange live on Parliament’s Multimedia Centre

Follow the exchange live on Parliament’s Multimedia...

MEPs join protest in support of Ukranians, call for more sanctions

MEPs say EU countries with golden passport schemes should review all...

MEPs say EU countries with golden passport schemes should...

[WATCH] Metsola: We face existential threat if we don’t face down Putin’s war machine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses European Parliament plenary in debate on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses European...

Malta ‘dead in the water’ without united front that can influence costly EU laws

MEPs, industrialists and business lobbyists in Chamber event told ‘united front on challenging EU laws or Malta is dead in the water’

MEPs, industrialists and business lobbyists in Chamber...

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