Council of Europe - the Journal: Special on the Congress of local and Regional authorities of the Council of Europe: Irregular migration - 27 March 2015
Council of Europe
Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the good, the sad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
Syed Kamall MEP, leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, deplores the weakness of will of the European Council
In this Brussels Briefing on Energy, Hughes Belin provides an overview of the latest EU energy policy developments for March & April 2015.
James Holtum, spokesperson for the ECR Group, talks about the controversial new German minimum wage rules.
Financial & Competition
S&D Group President Gianni Pittella called on the European Commission to take strong action against unfair tax practices.
Dara Murphy, Ireland's Minister for Data Protection and European Affairs, discusses the key aspects of the European Data Protection Regulation.
James Holtum of the ECR Group discusses the European Commission's proposals for tax transparency in the wake of the LuxLeaks revelations.
Exclusive post-summit analysis following the European Council meeting on 19-20 March 2015, by leading EU politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis.
Roberts Zile MEP, ECR Transport Spokesman and Latvian MEP, appeared on Polish TV to discuss demands that truck drivers passing through Germany be paid a German minimum wage.
James Holtum discusses the EU strategy for a new Eastern Neighbourhood Policy. Recent events have shown "that Moscow will not let former Soviet countries choose their own path".
Foreign Affairs & Trade
ECR Group spokesperson James Holtum discusses the European Parliament agenda for this week with Jennifer Baker.
Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the good, the bad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
This Brussels Briefing on Agriculture provides an overview of the latest developments in the European Union’s agricultural policy.
Food & Agriculture
Live debate "How can Europe capitalise on the circular economy?", panellists: Karl Falkenberg (Director-General for Environment, European Commission) and Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy MEP.
Federico de Girolamo talks about the visit of the European Parliament's Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) delegation to Washington from Monday to Friday.
Council of Europe - the Journal: action plan for Ukraine, corruption in France & foreign fighters in Syria - 18 March 2015
Jennifer Baker is joined by Federico de Girolamo, European Parliament press officer, to discuss €1.8 billion in financial aid for Ukraine.
Watch this video explaining the troubled history of EU Circular Economy legislation. What can be expected from the new proposal, after the Circular Economy package was withdrawn in February 2015?
Environment & Transport
Trade Commissioner Malmström's public hearing on TTIP and the disputed Investor-to-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) discussed by Federico de Girolamo, European Parliament press officer.
European Parliament Press officer talks about the eCall system, an automatic emergency call system for cars, which the Internal Market Committee (ITRE) will put to vote this week.
Pre-summit analysis of the European Council meeting on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 March in Brussels, featuring EPC's leading European politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis.
This latest Brussels Briefing on Trade provides an overview of the European Union’s most pressing trade issues for March 16 – 31.
Federico De Girolamo of the European Parliament's press office discusses the priorities on the Parliament agenda for this week.
Council of Europe - the Journal: women's rights in Armenia, media transparency in Serbia & sterilisation in Turkey - 13 March 2015