The European Parliament today backed new rules that will help reduce costs of medicines for people living in the EU and allow EU-based manufacturers
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Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament will hold a debate with Hungarian politicians, experts and civil society in Budapest this Friday.
S&D MEPs today voted against measures that will impose collection and storing of fingerprints of all European citizens on all new ID cards. The S&D
The European Parliament today restated its strong opposition to the extension of temporary borders within the Schengen passport free zone. MEPs backed
S&Ds: A conservative ultra-liberal agriculture policy is not what EU citizens expect. We’ll keep fighting for a more sustainable CAP
Following the today vote in the European Parliament’s agriculture committee on the Strategic Plan regulation of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP),
It has been almost four years since the Volkswagen emissions scandal broke out, and the European Commission and national governments are still
National governments must stop blocking proposals to allow EU citizens to bring lawsuits collectively against large companies
The European Parliament today approved proposals that would allow EU consumers to bring lawsuits collectively against large companies, a process known
The European Parliament today adopted a new digital contract law by revising the Consumer Sales Directive and approving a brand new Directive on the
he European Parliament has taken up the demand signed by four million Europeans to stop changing the clock one hour ahead or one hour back every six
Negotiators from the European Parliament, Commission and Council, today backed new rules governing how companies can move between EU member states.