Engerer calls for Malta to take Council lead for rape definition in gender violence law
‘Istanbul Convention did not save Bernice Cassar’ says Labour MEP Cyrus Engerer on need to institute culture of reform to reflect spirit of Istanbul Convention  
‘This war should be the last’, Borrell tells MEPs on Gaza humanitarian crisis
EU foreign minister Josep Borell: “This war should be the last by finding the means to finally put in place the two-state solution”
Casa resolution for €20 billion to fight child poverty receives Parliament backing
MEPs adopt resolution calling for increased funding to combat child poverty
Greens do not back industry law for net-zero manufacturing valleys
MEPs adopt position on law intended to bolster Europe’s manufacturing output in technologies needed for decarbonisation
Engerer report on primacy of EU law receives overwhelming cross-party support
Engerer report on EU functioning approved by 70% of European Parliament: “I will continue to push forward our conviction in the European project”
MEPs push for stricter fines for shipowners over illegal sewage and garbage discharge
Proposed rules will make member states step up and protect European seas from the harmful effects of ships illegally dumping waste
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In meeting with Gazan families, Metsola conveys sorrow for devastating loss of children

Palestinian ambassador to Malta and Palestinian Mission to EU commend Metsola over commitment for international peace conference

Palestinian ambassador to Malta and Palestinian Mission to...

Internet providers must detect child sex abuse risk under pain of EU fines

MEPs push draft law that will force internet providers to assess any risk of their services being misused online for child sex abuse

MEPs push draft law that will force internet providers to...

For electric cars, solar panels and smartphones, EU needs raw materials deal

EU seeks long-term agreements on critical raw materials for its electric cars, solar panels and smartphones

EU seeks long-term agreements on critical raw materials for...

MEPs introduce tech rules to monitor abusive short-term rentals across Europe

As cities struggle with illegal holiday rentals, MEPs introduce data-sharing rules for online platforms like Airbnb, Booking, Expedia and TripAdvisor

As cities struggle with illegal holiday rentals, MEPs...

Diabetes sufferers worst hit in Malta, Agius calls for national catch-up to EU standard

PN candidate for Europe Peter Agius calls for national effort to improve access to new medicines for diabetes patients

PN candidate for Europe Peter Agius calls for national...

EU step closer to new revenues from emissions trading, carbon and corporate profits

The European Parliament clinched an important vote on the EU’s overall financing by approving a new generation of so-called ‘own resources’...

The European Parliament clinched an important vote on the...

Russian oil still has backdoor into EU, MEPs demand better enforcement of sanctions

Rise in imports of petroleum products made with Russian oil from countries such as India, makes it a backdoor route for the Kremlin’s oil into the EU

Rise in imports of petroleum products made with Russian oil...

MEPs plan vote of no confidence in Von der Leyen over Israel stand

A group of MEPs plan to put forward a no-confidence vote against the European...

A group of MEPs plan to put forward a no-confidence vote...

European parties set to push for clean-tech ‘valleys’ inside Natura 2000 sites

WWF calls out proposed legislation for EU’s net-zero industries, after MEPs included nuclear technologies and ‘industry valleys’ within...

WWF calls out proposed legislation for EU’s...

Sant backs EU deterrent against third countries on coercion in trade

Labour MEP Alfred Sant votes for anti-coercion instrument but said tool must be...

Labour MEP Alfred Sant votes for anti-coercion instrument...

Problematic smartphone use ‘challenge of our time’, MEPs say in addiction warning

MEPs want Commission regulation of addictive design features in smartphones such as endless scrolling, pull-to-refresh, never-ending auto-play videos,...

MEPs want Commission regulation of addictive design...

After EU snubbed Manfred Weber, MEPs want leaders to take spitzenkandidat seriously

European elections 2024: MEPs will vote on agreement to have Council negotiate choice of next Commission president

European elections 2024: MEPs will vote on agreement to...

Give artists better social security, say MEPs sowing seed for EU legal framework

MEPs want Brussels to devise legal framework that gives artists and creatives social protection, social security, and decent working conditions

MEPs want Brussels to devise legal framework that gives...

MEPs split over higher emission reductions for heavy-duty vehicles and buses

Centre-right EPP votes against more onerous CO2 reductions for trucks and buses in committee vote that will now head to plenary

Centre-right EPP votes against more onerous CO2 reductions...

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