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.
What is certainly questionable is whether there has really been a paradigm shift in countries that wish to take part in the European project; a change which has meant going from being old nation states to becoming new member states.
The European Parliament on Wednesday voted 544-126 for a resolution supporting the UK being given a possible extension of the Article 50 negotiation period for Brexit should it request one.
Protection? To quote the definition of the Collins dictionary, this is a process “to prevent someone or something from being harmed or damaged”. The use of the word infers that The Other who moves, who asks for hospitality, who seeks a better life, [...] is a threat.
A newly-elected MEP has called Italy's Matteo Salvini a coward over his stance on migration.
But the first woman to hold Europe’s top job told Euronews that she was simply pleased to win after having only 13 days to convince MEPs.
Emmanuel Macron said "we can be proud of Europe" after Ursula von der Leyen's win. But Nigel Farage said she would bring undemocratic centralisation.
What happens if Ursula von der Leyen loses today’s vote at the European Parliament for her bid to be President of the European Commission.
Germany's defence minister was confirmed as Jean-Claude Juncker's successor by 9 votes over the minimum after a much-criticised nomination process.
As part of her pitch, von der Leyen has promised a gender-equal commission and said she wants Europe to be the first "climate-neutral" continent.
Until Brexit happens, anyway.
Italian socialist David-Maria Sassoli was elected president of the European Parliament on Wednesday by 345 votes.
Legislators from right-wing parties, Brexiteers and Catalan independence backers disrupted the formal opening session.
The leader of the Brexit Party sparked criticism at the opening of the EU Parliament, where he and his 28 fellow MEPs turned their backs as the EU's unofficial anthem — Beethoven's Ode to Joy — was played.
Euronews published an article by Aleix Sarri under the punchy title “The Curious Case of Carles Puigdemont and the Suppression of Democracy”, containing a number of inaccuracies on the controversy surrounding the recent election of Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comín to the European Parliament.
More than 1 in 7 newly-elected MEPs promised to fight for animal rights protections in the new European Parliament. It's time the EU takes the issue more seriously.
Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini’s MEPs have teamed up with other nationalist parties across the EU to form the biggest far-right group in the European parliament.
The winners and losers of the European Parliament once the UK leaves the EU.
Spanish MEPs elected last month are not being allowed full access into the parliament. They can only visit the building as guests since a political raw broke out between Catalan and other Spanish MEPs.
Brexiteer Nigel Farage says the European Parliament has summoned him to explain allegations he did not declare gifts from a British insurance tycoon.
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Kira Marie Peter-Hansen has made history as the youngest MEP ever to be elected. She gave her first international interview to Euronews.
The UK's two main parties the Conservatives and Labour are examining their approach to Brexit in the aftermath of the European elections.
The crumbling of old alliances and the emergence of new players has created a European Parliament which has little in common except a lack of common ground, writes Darren McCaffrey
At-a-glance summary from the 28 EU nations.
The prospects of a populist, Far Right takeover in the European Parliament have been overhyped in the media. They are going to remain internally divided. They are going to remain in the minority and they are going to be increasingly marginalised.