The European system of financial supervision deals with the causes of the crisis, explain shadow rapporteurs Wolf Klinz and Jürgen Klute
Key rapporteurs Jo Leinen, Andrew Duff and Eva Lichtenberger call for the European council to respect the rights and position of the EU's only democratically elected body, as laid out in the Lisbon treaty
The roadworthiness package, consisting three directives, was adopted with a majority in parliament following trilogues with the Lithuanian presidency. Rapporteur Vilja Savisaar-Toomast reports
Marian-Jean Marinescu, Spyros Danellis and Eva Lichtenberger discuss the implications of the single European sky legislation
The scope of the Equality between women and men in the European Union - 2012 report is questioned as it is adopted in the Strasbourg plenary session.
Renate Sommer, Michael Cashman and Cornelis de Jong explain why public access to documents remains such a divisive issue
Kinga Gál, Leonidas Donskis and Mark Demesmaeker share their views on the outcome of parliament's vote on the eradication of torture in the world
The EU must 'support' member states in tailoring individual approaches to tackle alcohol consumption and related harm, writes Marina Yannakoudakis
The findings of the FRA's new study on violence against women must be 'put to good use', argues Cheryl Stewart.
With the Lisbon treaty redrawing the EU's institutional landscape, Paulo Rangel calls for a reassessment of Europe's democratic legitimacy
The European commission must renew its alcohol strategy if it is to tackle the huge health and societal impacts associated with drinking, argues Glenis Willmott
Policymakers must be prepared for increasing convergence between the digital environment and the physical world, argues Pilar del Castillo