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"We can't allow our daughters to have fewer rights than their mothers and that's what's happening right now in Poland," said MEP Iratxe Garcia Perez.
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The Polish and Hungarian leaders have been joined by Slovenia in rejecting the EU's plan to link funds to respect for the rule of law.
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French MEP Pierre Larrouturou hit the headlines recently when he went on hunger strike to protest against the EU budget.
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MEPs are set to debate EU measures to mitigate the social and economic impact of COVID-19.
MEPs express concern over Strasbourg move amid French COVID-19 spike
Some MEPs say the EU Parliament's monthly move from Brussels to Strasbourg is risky given the coronavirus pandemic.
'Are you looking for a bloodbath?': Spanish MEP blasts Tsikhanouskaya
Spanish MEP Manu Pineda blasted Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, asking her if she would accept sanctions against those who didn't vote for her.
Watch back: EU Parliament will make 'certain corrections' to budget
David Sassoli said the EU parliament was pleased with the EU recovery package but would improve on the budget.
‘I was very moved’: MEP on applause after racism debate speech
MEPs applauded Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana after her address on Wednesday in which she claimed police had humiliated her during an incident in Brussels.
MEPs call for €2 trillion ‘recovery plan’ to rebuild the economy
MEPs have made their demands clear. Now the ball is in the European Commission's court.
EU Commission President offers 'heartfelt apology' to Italy, as MEPs debate coronavirus response
"Too many were not there on time when Italy needed a helping hand at the very beginning" von der Leyen admitted during a debate with MEPs over the EU's coronavirus response.
Watch again: Sassoli speaks amid tense EU budget summit
EU leaders are arguing in Brussels over the bloc's spending plan for the next seven years.
Tens of thousands still at risk from FGM as EU calls for action
MEPs voted overwhelmingly to support a resolution calling for an end to female genital mutilation and to provide care to survivors.
'Dark Waters': Hollywood's warning to Europe
Dark Waters tells the real life story of an American lawyer, who takes on one of the world's biggest chemical companies convinced they are knowingly polluting the local drinking water. It’s lead star Mark Ruffalo was in Brussels telling MEPs that he fears that the same could be happening here.
Coronavirus: MEPs call for coordinated response as EU tally rises
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MEPs urge EU to adopt common phone charger standard across the bloc
MEPs voted a resolution on Wednesday asking the EU Commission to adopt a common mobile phone charger standard across the bloc, despite Apple's opposition to the measure.
The Brief: Brexit shake-up for European Parliament
Changes are on their way as British MEPs leave the chamber - but some political groupings stand to gain more than others as MEPs-in-waiting take up their seats in Brussels. Here's a look at how the hemicycle will change after January 31.
'You'll be missed': Brexit deal approved by MEPs ahead of UK departure
MEPs today approved the Brexit deal by 621 votes to 49.
How will the European Parliament look after British MEPs leave?
The departure of Britain's MEPs from the European Parliament is going to change the structure of the institution — but what will this look like?
EU parliament launches process to lift Puigdemont's MEP immunity
The decision could take several months.
EU warns Brexit deadline leaves 'very little time' for trade deal
Meanwhile Guy Verhofstadt warned that issues of citizens' rights in the EU and UK must be solved before the European Parliament approves the divorce deal. "Citizens can never become the victims of Brexit," he said.
Where's the money? Farming subsidy exposure creates stir in EP
An article in the New York Times has sparked a stir for the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture. According to the report, the European Union's agricultural subsidies are not reaching their intended destination, but rather populist politicians and their business circles.
MEPs go to garden party in Kashmir. What’s really on the menu?
A group of MEPs were the first delegation to visit Kashmir following the shutdown in August. Euronews takes an inside look at the trip, and what was really on the menu.
MEPs eye sanctions against Ankara and reject Syria 'safe zone'
While MEPs have no direct say on EU foreign policy decisions, they have the power to curb important funding to Turkey.
France's Sylvie Goulard rejected by members of European parliament
Goulard was the victim of a "political game", the French president's office said.
Europe moves to support circuses that follow best practice
Three circuses from Finland, Hungary and Switzerland were rewarded this Friday at a ceremony held at the European Parliament.
How does the European Parliament confirm the incoming Commission?
Before incoming European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen takes over on November 1, MEPs will scrutinise those nominated to be in her top team.