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As many as 465 MEPs were in favour of the resolution, 150 were against and there were 67 abstentions.
Europe's Roma people 'left behind' during coronavirus pandemic
Roma people are Europe’s largest ethnic minority but many of them are subjected to discrimination and social exclusion.
Brussels police bring defamation case over black MEP's allegations
Belgium's largest police union denies systemic racism in the country's police force, despite counterclaims by the Black Lives Matter movement.
EU recovery fund's debt-pooling is massive shift for bloc
Politicians and experts are now pouring over the details of the EU's trillion-euro recovery package. While it was welcomed by France, Germany, Spain and Italy, other countries in the north of Europe still need some convincing.
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Europe's week: Rescue plans, MEPs on the frontlines & robo-helpers
A look back at the key stories coming out of Brussels this week.
Meet the MEPs returning to medicine amid the coronavirus pandemic
MEPs with medical training have been offering their help on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
European Parliament opens doors to homeless amid coronavirus crisis
With MEPs largely working from home due to lockdown measures, the European Parliament building is free to be used in the fight against coronavirus.
A new Marshall plan? MEPs debate coronavirus response
In an extraordinary plenary MEPs are set to vote through measures to deal with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The EU has said it will do 'whatever it takes', but solidarity means something different to different politicians.
MEPs to vote from home on crucial coronavirus measures
MEPs on lockdown will trial a new system to vote from home, as Brussels holds extraordinary plenary to agree on measures to battle coronavirus fallout.
Politics on lockdown: see how MEP Katalin Cseh keeps up with Brussels business in Budapest
We are asking MEPs to invite us into their homes during self-isolation to see how they continue their parliamentary work far from Brussels.
The EU budget battle begins as Brexit leaves €15 billion annual vacuum
The week before EU heads of state and government travel to Brussels for a two-day extraordinary European Summit exclusively focused on the size of the EU budget, Jack Parrock talks to those who will have the final say over it
Cuban activists blocked from attending EU meeting
Cuban activists who made it to Brussels called on the EU to put pressure on Cuba to respect human rights.
EU Commission presents new enlargement strategy amid divisions
The new strategy sets the stage for North Macedonia and Albania accession's battles - which Paris blocked last year.
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Bye-bye Britain: Brexit day is here
In this special edition we look at how British MEPs feel as they leave Brussels and what exactly will change in the European Parliament when they go. Aside from less Brexit drama, the loss of British voices and political representation could strengthen some and weaken others.
'Maybe one day we will come back' - British MEP Corbett on Brexit
British MEPs are packing up their offices to leave on January 31. We spoke to one of the longest serving members, Richard Corbett, about how he feels leaving the EU institutions he has worked in for more than two decades.
Bye Bye Britain: MEPs moving on
This week in The Brief we bring you special coverage about Brexit and how it will impact Brussels - from British MEPs packing up to the changing shapes of the political groups. In this edition we meet a British MEP proposing a final piece of legislation before being made redundant.
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UK MEPs sit for last time in Strasbourg as Catalan duo make debut
There were mixed feelings among British MEPs this week as they sat in Strasbourg for the final time before Brexit. But there was delight among Catalan separatists after Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comin were finally allowed to take their seats.
The Brief: Rule of law worries in Hungary and Poland
The European Parliament has voted on a resolution saying that rule of law in Hungary and Poland is still deteriorating. Which means that the EU is failing to bring these countries to realign with the Union’s core values.
The Brief: Silicon valley lobbying in Brussels
Talk about a digital tax on US tech giants is growing in Europe, but so is the amount spent by the industry on lobbying the EU.
Catalan MEPs take their seats in Strasbourg
Now fully accredited MEPS, they are here to attend the first plenary of the year. After expressing his joy, Carles Puigdemont told the press the Catalan independence question was a European issue.
Junqueras immunity: European Parliament President calls on Spanish authorities to comply ruling
Oriol Junqueras, former Vice President of Catalonia, became a Member of the European Parliament as soon as he was elected – so says the EU's top court in Luxembourg. That means he enjoyed parliamentary immunity from that moment on, even if he was in pre-trial detention.
MEPs call for Malta PM Joseph Muscat to quit immediately
Centre-right MEPs have torn into Muscat over rule of law in Malta and his administration's alleged links to the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The Brief: 'the last time I was able to talk to my father was 2014'
The Uyghur economist and human rights activist Ilham Tohti is this year's Sakharov Prize winner for dedicating his life to the fight for the rights of China's Muslim minority. In prison for the past five years, he won't be able to collect it. Euronews spoke to his daughter Jewher Ilham.
MEPs met following the Tories thumping victory in the UK election. Concern here, that Boris Johnson’s plan legally to rule out any extension to the transition period beyond the end of next year will make any comprehensive trade deal impossible.
The Brief: Catalan question and European Parliament immunity
This week could be a crucial one for legal proceedings in the case of jailed and exiled Catalan politicians.
The Brief: 10 years of The Lisbon Treaty
A look at how The Lisbon Treaty has positively and negatively affected the European Union 10 years after its adoption.