In his first official visit, EU Parliament President Antonio Tajani met with British Prime Minister Theresa May in London to discuss the Brexit conditions set by an overwhelming majority of MEPs earlier this month.
Five numbers to take away from the plenary this week: conditions for a Brexit deal, stricter regulation on cars and medical devices, a more flexible EU budget, and phasing out palm oil in biofuels by 2020.
The United Kingdom has begun the formal process to withdraw from the European Union. The European Parliament has identified its red line issues for the negotiations. They include putting citizens' interests first and the UK honouring its commitments to the EU budget. This video provides insight into the Parliament's priorities.
On the agenda for the week ahead: red lines for Brexit, recommendations for safer and cleaner cars, visa-free travel for Ukrainians and roaming.
Five numbers to take away from Brussels: the future of Europe, EU citizens' freedom of movement in the UK, visa reciprocity with the US, car emissions inquiry report and access to medicines.
The European Parliament recently adopted a set of three resolutions exploring the future of the European Union. EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker throws five other scenarios into the hat.
The European Parliament has adopted a set of three resolutions exploring the future development of the European Union. One of the rapporteurs, Guy Verhofstadt, explains why it is urgent to do an in-depth reform given the challenges the EU is facing.
MEPs will debate threats to EU fundamental rights, scrutinise the Commission's 2017 work programme, debate the recent EU summit and announce the Sakharov Prize winner.