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15.02.2017
A new EU anti-terror law before the European Parliament this week aims to step up the fight against terror recruitment, planning, training and financing, as well as caring for the victims. EPP Group rapporteur Monika Hohlmeier says recent attacks underline the urgency to approve the law and put it into effect.

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Everything you need to know about the important news stories in the European Parliament each week, including interviews with the people behind them.
EU legislation to avoid car manufacturers cheating on gas emission
09.02.2017

EU legislation to avoid car manufacturers cheating on gas emission

The European Commission has tabled new legislation designed to drive up motor vehicle safety and environmental standards across Europe. A key aim is to have a more efficient system of market surveillance and one that is trusted by EU citizens so that EU citizens can drive cleaner and safer cars...
Free up platform economy as springboard for SMEs
08.02.2017

Free up platform economy as springboard for SMEs

Successful European online platform start-ups like Spotify and Booking.com called for less regulation but a level playing field to encourage more success stories. They spoke at a hearing where Henna Virkkunen, Krišjānis Kariņš and other EPP Group MEPs and European Commission Vice-...
EU roaming breakthrough to slash wholesale rates
07.02.2017

EU roaming breakthrough to slash wholesale rates

MEPs are hailing the European Parliament, Council and Commission agreement to slash wholesale mobile roaming rates by up to 90%, a boost to cross-border mobile use and Europe’s Digital Single Market.
Milan Zver asks for more funding for Erasmus+ to reach more EU youth
02.02.2017

Milan Zver asks for more funding for Erasmus+ to reach more EU youth

The European Parliament approves a Resolution calling for more funding to meet growing demand for the EU’s Erasmus+ student exchange programme and improve how it works. EPP Group Rapporteur Milan Zver calls it an investment in the future of the European Union.
EU step towards circular economy with binding targets
26.01.2017

EU step towards circular economy with binding targets

In an important step towards creating a recycling, circular economy, the European Parliament's Environment Committee approved legislation requiring EU Member States to recycle up to 80 percent of their waste by 2030. Shadow Rapporteur Karl-Heinz Florenz of the EPP Group says Europe needs to...
EU-Canada trade pact CETA a step closer
24.01.2017

EU-Canada trade pact CETA a step closer

The European Parliament’s International Trade Committee backs the CETA trade accord between the EU and Canada, an important step toward ratification. The EPP Group’s MEP Artis Pabriks, who wrote the report, says businesses large and small will boost trade by 20 percent when CETA slashes...
Rules on robotics to protect citizens and boost the sector
13.01.2017

Rules on robotics to protect citizens and boost the sector

A European Parliament report on robotics calls for rules ethics, legal issues and employment, while encouraging the sector as a growth engine. Approved by the Legal Affairs Committee, it now goes to the full Parliament for a final vote.
EU to modernise copyright rules fit for the digital world
12.01.2017

EU to modernise copyright rules fit for the digital world

With Europeans increasingly consuming news, music and film content online, a big problem is the amount of illegal content available online. The EU is considering a whole package of copyright reforms to address this and other issues. A proposed new right for publishers is a controversial area of...
Election of EP President: A deal is a deal, says Manfred Weber
10.01.2017

Election of EP President: A deal is a deal, says Manfred Weber

The EPP Group is pressing other mainstream parties to stick to an agreement that they all support its candidate Antonio Tajani to be the new European Parliament President, alternating with the S&D’s Martin Schulz. Group Chairman Manfred Weber says abandoning the deal would empower...
The Belavezha Accords paved the way for the Europe of today
08.12.2016

The Belavezha Accords paved the way for the Europe of today

25 years ago, on 8 December 1991, six leaders from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed the accords. The Soviet Union was dissolved. The dissolution of the Soviet Union formed the Europe of today - a space of freedom and plurality in a history of culture and national identities shaping a common...

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