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Governments using Pegasus spyware should be held responsible, says MEP
Hungary was among the governments found to use the spy tech and the German government has since admitted the federal police service also used the spyware.
MEPs threaten to sue Commission over making EU handouts conditional
The European Parliament gave the executive two months to activate a conditionality system that links the reception of EU funds with respect for the rule of law and fundamental rights.
How Frontex became the most contentious EU agency
The EU's external border agency is facing the most serious crisis of confidence in its history just as it prepares to expand its mandate, budget and personnel.
European Parliament votes to boycott Beijing Winter Olympics
The European Parliament voted to boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics over continuing allegations of human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims and pro-democracy activists.
European Parliament overwhelmingly backs ban on caged animal farming
MEPs voted in favour of banning the practice of caged animal farming, with 558 in favour, 37 against and 85 abstentions.
Romanian documentary Collective wins European film award
"This is an award, most of all, for the victims and the families for whom justice has still not been served in Romania five years later," said director Alexander Nanau
EU lawmakers return to Strasbourg after more than a year
A plenary session hasn't been held in the eastern French city since February 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MEPs vote to freeze controversial EU-China investment deal
MEPs deplore the sanctions that Beijing has imposed on five of their colleagues and refuse to open the debate for ratification as long as the punitive measures remain in place.
MEPs ratify EU-UK trade deal marking beginning of post-Brexit world
Michel Barnier addressed the European Parliament ahead of the vote on Tuesday, calling Brexit a "failure of the European Union" and urged both Brussels and national governments to draw lessons from the UK's departure.
'We have a deal': EU to cut emissions by 'at least 55%' by 2030
The announcement comes on the eve of an international climate summit hosted by US President Joe Biden.
EU launches digital platform to let citizens debate the bloc's future
The multilingual platform is the starting point of a year-long exercise to reshape and reform the European Union.
Orbán, Salvini and Morawiecki form new right-wing European alliance
They met in Budapest on Thursday to introduce the alliance, vowing to create a "European renaissance based on Christian values".
EU must 'increase vaccine manufacturing capacities' says EMA chief
MEPs grilled European Medicines Agency chief Emer Cooke on the bloc’s vaccination drive, which has come under fire for its slow rollout.
MEPs to debate making the EU an LGBT 'freedom zone'
The European Parliament is scheduled to debate a motion that would declare the entire 27-member EU to be a "freedom zone" for LGBT people.
'It's political persecution': Carles Puigdemont on losing his immunity
MEPs voted on Monday to strip their Catalan colleague Carles Puigdemont of his immunity from prosecution.
Puigdemont: 'Sad day' for democracy as MEPs vote to lift immunity
The European Parliament's move paves the way for Spain to pursue the separatists' extradition from Belgium to face trial over the 2017 independence referendum.
European Parliament to announce result of Puigdemont immunity vote
If MEPs strip the former leader of Catalonia of his special protection, he could be extradited to Spain and face trial.
MEPs must vote against lifting Carles Puigdemont's immunity | View
MEPs will on Monday (March 8) vote on whether to lift the parliamentary immunity of their Catalan colleagues Carles Puigdemont, Toni Comín and Clara Ponsatí.
Hungary's rule of law stance left Fidesz isolated in EPP, says Weber
The leader of the European Parliament’s biggest party said Hungary’s stance on rule of law was "too problematic" to keep Fidesz in the grouping.
MEPs grill AstraZeneca's CEO Soriot over COVID vaccine delivery delays
"How is it possible that you have no clue?" said Finnish MEP Silvia Modig, who called Soriot a "piece of soap" over his alleged conflicting statements in recent weeks.
Puigdemont vows to keep fighting after MEPs vote to lift his immunity
A European Parliament committee has voted to lift Carles Puigdemont's immunity. It will now go to a vote before all MEPs next month.
Von der Leyen defends EU vaccine plan but admits mistakes over Ireland
Speaking before the European Parliament, the President of the European Commission said the EU's common vaccine strategy was the right thing to do in the name of European solidarity.
'A predictable mistake': MEPs slam Borrell over Moscow trip
MEPs dubbed the trip, which came days after the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, "a predictable mistake", "ill-advised", "ill-executed" and "a complete disaster".
EU's foreign affairs chief urged to quit after Moscow 'humiliation'
"Russia showed everything possible to humiliate the EU’s highest diplomat," said Estonian MEP Riho Terras
MEPs push for workers to have the right to digitally disconnect
The surge of remote working during COVID lockdowns has highlighted the importance of being able to digitally disconnect once you've done your hours.
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MEPs fear being forced to approve post-Brexit deal in little time
The EU and the UK are still negotiating at pace. But even if a deal is struck before December 31, parliaments will have little time to examine it before trade barriers come into force.