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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S&Ds say: No special treatment advocated by EPP-ECR-ENF alliance for MEPs in case of fraud suspicion.
The S&D Group welcomes the adoption in plenary today of the report on the revision of Regulation concerning investigations conducted by the European
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
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
S&Ds: We call for a stronger EU 2020 Budget on Youth and Climate that lives up to citizens’ expectations and tackles global challenges
The plenary of the EU Parliament has voted in favour of the report on the guidelines for the 2020 Budget - Section III. It sets out the main political
Negotiators from the European Parliament, Commission and Council, today backed new rules governing how companies can move between EU member states.
Following the publication from the European Commission of the first reports on implementation of the Code of Practice against disinformation, S&D
S&Ds: geographical imbalance in the EIB investments policy and its incapacity to implement microcredits in third countries is unacceptable
With the approval of the today resolution on ‘the Annual Report 2017 control of the financial activities of the European Investment Bank (EIB)’ , the