Metsola, Engerer support law for easier EU access to legal economic migrants
Labour migration law will help low- and medium-skilled migrants consult Europe database in search for jobs
Gender equality on boards: support for quotas still debatable
An EU bid to have quotas for equal representation of women and men on listed company boards still lacks support from member states
States who breach human rights should not host major sporting events, MEPs say
Report on Europe’s sporting landscape advances strong declaration of strong opposition to breakaway competitions like the maligned European Super League
Europe’s socialists want a rich tax and a ‘responsible capitalism’ law
Socialist MEPs present new vision to finance the effects of the climate crisis and a fundamental reform of the way companies act in the free market
‘Enthusiasm in the Citizens’ Panels is great, expectations are high, the formula is working’
Second Future of Europe citizens panel, former Belgian PM and liberal MEP Guy Verhofstadt finds heightened enthusiasm
MEPs warn of Turkey diplomatic crisis as ambassadors expelled
Ten ambassadors declared persona non-grata in Turkey over support for Osman Kavala, illegally detained businessman
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Abela and Grech in Brussels, meet PES and EPP counterparts ahead of Council

Socialist leaders call for united, European, response to Rule of Law breaches

Socialist leaders call for united, European, response to...

Frontex budget frozen until fundamental rights monitors are employed

MEPs have frozen 12% of Frontex’s budget for 2022 until the...

MEPs have frozen 12% of Frontex’s budget for 2022...

Overwhelming MEP vote for action on tax evasion after Pandora Papers

MEPs deplored the fact that following the Pandora Papers revelations, the...

MEPs deplored the fact that following the Pandora Papers...

Brussels told to devise new legal protection of artists and creatives

MEPs call for minimum social standards for artists and cultural workers

MEPs call for minimum social standards for artists and...

European Parliament to sue Brussels over failure to act on rogue member states

European Parliament to take legal action against European Commission for failing to suspend payments from the EU budget to member states in which the rule...

European Parliament to take legal action against European...

Putin opponent Alexei Navalny awarded Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought

Russian opposition politician who organised demonstrations against Vladimir Putin and his government

Russian opposition politician who...

Digital decade: MEPs support permanent news media fund to safeguard journalism

What is the future of the media in the EU? An MEP’s report calls for a fund that can help media with a strong ‘public good’ component

What is the future of the media in the EU? An MEP’s...

MEPs take Polish PM Marievsk to task over rule of law problems

In Strasbourg, MEPs and European Commission lead the charge against Polish...

In Strasbourg, MEPs and European Commission lead the charge...

Rising energy prices: Sant calls for direct state aid to citizens and businesses

Labour MEP says rising energy prises will lead to inflation and higher costs and calls for direct state aid

Labour MEP says rising energy prises will lead to...

Social partners debate future of workplace in Europe conference

From zero-hour contract to hybrid workplaces, union bosses and employers map...

From zero-hour contract to hybrid workplaces, union bosses...

Metsola draft on European anti-SLAPP law heads for November vote

Report by Roberta Metsola and socialist MEP Tiemo Wölken...

Report by Roberta Metsola and socialist MEP...

[WATCH] Pegasus Project wins first Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism

European Parliament honours Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia by hosting the first award ceremony of The Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for...

European Parliament honours Maltese journalist Daphne...

Depletion of fish stocks reaching irreversible levels, Sant tells plenary

Sant: nonsensical that measures intended to safeguard and rebuild fish stocks appear to serve industrial fishing interests that are source of the stock...

Sant: nonsensical that measures intended to safeguard and...

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