Testing an app that lets citizens delve into an MEP's voting history.
Report offers 38 stop-gap measures on asylum
The development of a European system of drones will get a small, but significant, mention at the summit of EU leaders
MEPs have been putting pressure on the European Commission to come up with new rules on the quality of the air that we breathe
The Commission is looking into telecoms mergers in Ireland and Germany, but the industry is worried about losing out to global rivals
China's economic boom has been extraordinary, but it may not last
A bit of forward thinking about the presidency could help the Parliament avoid making the mistakes of the past
Co-operation between Poland and Scandinavia would bring needed strength to Europe's northern defences
Neither the Ukrainian government nor the public are ready to back down
While I usually find myself in agreement with John Wyles, on this occasion I feel that I must speak out.
Stronger domestic demand in Germany would benefit other countries in surplus four times more than the eurozone's peripheral countries
Those who want to see an end to the ridiculous and costly monthly outings of the European Parliament to Strasbourg should take heart from what Henri Malosse, president of the European Economic and Social Committee [...]
There is a widespread blindness about the plight of Roma.
China lacks the confidence and experience needed to navigate the international arena.
There are still huge pools of private wealth not being used to boost growth.
Regulators should pay more attention to the organisational incentives in banks and financial companies.
Why the EU should reject the Morocco fisheries protocol.
Outcomes of Vilnius summit look small
The refusal of some banks to settle with the European Commission could yet undermine its settlement procedure
Member states are on course to water down plans to promote the use of electric cars
Freedom of movement may be the topic that brings the UK in line with the rest of the EU
Austria should join the Visegrád Four
Leadership can easily turn into a poisoned chalice
EU officials have plenty to say about human rights issues outside of the bloc, but barely mention the problems within the EU
What the EU can learn from the OECD's report on education.
Thousands of coastal livelihoods depend on next week's vote.
If we are serious about eradicating AIDS we need to focus on prevention – this requires the promotion of reproductive health and family planning.
General Court criticised for speed of proceedings