Metsola toasts Europe of differences, resolute in face of Russian aggression
‘Putin assumed European differences were weakness. He was wrong. These are our strengths’
Russian oil embargo comes late in the day, MEPs tell Von der Leyen
EU sanctions include phase-out of Russian crude and refined petroleum, as invasion of Ukraine prompts questions from MEPs about European social model in the face of challenges
As Frontex boss resigns over human rights violations, MEPs refuse budget for border agency
Discharge delayed: MEPs vote against signing off on EU border agency Frontex’s accounts
Voters in MEP elections could choose ‘EU-wide’ candidates in proposed rules change
MEPs start work on overhaul of the EU Electoral Act, turning 27 separate elections and their different rules into a single pan-European election
George Hyzler secures post in European Court of Auditors with strong majority
The European Parliament voted strongly in favour of George Hyzler's nomination as the Maltese member in the European Court of Auditors
EU’s media freedom act is next weapon in arsenal for journalists
EP president Roberta Metsola and Commissioner Věra Jourová in debate on threats to safety of journalists on World Press Freedom Day
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Future of Europe proposals head for final presentation to EU institutions

The Conference Plenary concluded its work, with MEPs expressing their approval of the outcome and announcing that Parliament intends to kick-start EU reforms

The Conference Plenary concluded its work, with MEPs...

MEPs vote to approve Commission’s proposal for a minimum global tax rate

MEPs on Thursday broadly approved the Commission proposal implementing into law the international agreement on a global minimum corporate tax rate of...

MEPs on Thursday broadly approved the Commission proposal...

Experts say the EU is vulnerable to attack on its undersea cables

Experts say EU institutions can do more to protect undersea cables vital for...

Experts say EU institutions can do more to protect undersea...

'Finland and Sweden would be welcome to NATO with open arms' - NATO Secretary General

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says that any country that looked to Europe as its home, would be welcome to join the EU • EP heads of...

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says that any...

Metsola tells Putin EU will not be blackmailed after Russia cuts gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says the EU will not submit to blackmail and is not afraid of Russian President Vladimir Putin

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says the EU...

Labour MEPs nominate Caritas Malta for the European Citizen’s Prize

'Tal-Ibwar’ Adolescent Therapeutic Centre, run by Caritas, offers...

'Tal-Ibwar’ Adolescent Therapeutic Centre, run by...

Casa nominates Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation for European Citizen’s Prize

Maltese MEP hails Daphne Foundation for promoting rule of law, fighting for justice, and striving toward ending impunity

Maltese MEP hails Daphne Foundation for promoting...

EU deal on social media regulation a world first

EU lawmakers strike provisional agreement to gain access to social media...

EU lawmakers strike provisional agreement to gain access to...

EU slammed for Libya migration policy: ‘Migrants returned to torture centres’

The EU has come in for harsh criticism over its funding of the Libyan Coast Guard during a meeting of the European Parliament’s LIBE committee

The EU has come in for harsh criticism over its funding of...

[WATCH] George Hyzler clears first hurdle in approval process for European Court of Auditors post

Malta’s nominee for the European Court of Auditors, George Hyzler, has cleared the first stage of his approval process after a grilling at the hands of...

Malta’s nominee for the European Court of Auditors,...

[WATCH] Malta investigators pass the buck on EU fraud, top prosecutor complains to MEPs

EU’s financial crime watchdog Laura Codruţa Kövesi has told MEPs that national authorities in Malta are “unable to respond to simple...

EU’s financial crime watchdog Laura Codruţa...

Common mobile phone charger legislation gets green light from EP's internal market committee

The main aim of the legislation is to improve market conditions for consumers, as well as lessen the environmental burden generated by the excess electronic...

The main aim of the legislation is to improve market...

European Parliament votes for immediate and full import ban on Russian fossil fuels

MEPs have voted strongly to cut off imports of Russian oil, gas, coal and nuclear fuel to hurt the Russian war effort in the wake of atrocities that have...

MEPs have voted strongly to cut off imports of Russian oil,...

Malta’s low-tax attraction will only last ‘a little while longer’, Metsola warns

EP President Roberta Metsola says Malta must seek alternative attraction to low-tax status and cautions against harm to upright businesses in effort to get off...

EP President Roberta Metsola says Malta must seek...

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