Joseph Daul, leader of the European People's Party, presents the aims and priorities of the biggest party in the European Parliament.
Manfred Weber, the newly elected EPP Chair, sets out a bold and positive plan for a decidedly pro-European policy in the years to come.
Belgium has taken the helm of the EU rotating presidency. Time is of the essence to negotiate a deal on financial supervision before the summer break.
Next week MEPs will tackle sustainable transport and passenger rights, put an end to the fight about the SWIFT-agreement, review the outgoing Spanish Presidency and learn the plans of the incoming Belgian one.
MEPs send the budget 2015 to conciliation talks with the Council, implore EU countries to fulfil economic policy pledges, and denounce ISIS atrocities in Kobane.
Fresh back from the World Economic Forum, Martin Schulz says the EU needs changes – but not the kind David Cameron wants, while the Council must 'get real' on the budget.
Parliament reshapes EU roadmap for economic recovery with a big majority supporting overhaul of economic and monetary union.
Othmar Karas, EP Vice-President and member of the EPP group, gives us his view of the highs and lows of the 2009-2014 Parliamentary term.