Coming up: whistle-blowers, Brexit and road safety - Main contents
Protecting whistle-blowers, the state of play on Brexit and improving road safety are among the topics in the last plenary session of the current term.
Protection of whistle-blowers
New EU rules to protect people reporting breaches of EU law will be voted by MEPs on 16 April. All forms of retaliation will be prohibited and safe channels for reporting will be created.
European Border and Coast Guard
Parliament will vote on 17 April on plans to give the EU Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) a standing corps of 10,000 border guards by 2027 to boost Europe's security.
On 16 April Parliament will vote on new measures to improve road safety and reduce accidents. The rules would make 30 safety features compulsory for new cars.
On 16 April, MEPs will debate the conclusions of the European Council meeting of 10 April about the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
Parliament will vote on 15 April on new legislation creating rights for the most vulnerable employees on atypical contracts and in non-standard jobs, such as gig economy workers.
Terrorist content online
New measures to be voted on 17 April will require internet companies to remove terrorist content within an hour of receiving an order from the authorities.
New rules to tackle misleading and unfair practices and ensure that consumers across the EU have the same rights will be voted on by MEPs on 17 April.
Future of Europe
On 16 April MEPs will discuss how to fight climate change with activist Greta Thunberg during a meeting of the environment committee.
Created: 12-04-2019 - 09:37