Safer roads: MEPs will vote on a new law making safety features such as intelligent speed assistance, an advanced emergency-braking system, driver distraction warnings or emergency lane-keeping compulsory in new vehicles as from May 2022

Protecting whistle-blowers: Rules laying down new, EU-wide standards to better protect whistle-blowers by creating safe channels for reporting on breaches of EU law and by establishing safeguards against retaliation will be put to the vote on Tuesday

European Border and Coast Guard: Parliament will vote on new measures to strengthen the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, including a 10,000-strong standing corps that will support EU countries on the ground in border control on Wednesday

Consumer protection: Parliament will vote on updates to EU consumer protection rules, to tackle misleading rankings in online marketplaces and dual quality of products on Wednesday

New forms of work: MEPs are set to endorse minimum rights for workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs, such as Uber or Deliveroo, in a vote on Tuesday

Terrorist content online: Internet companies will get one hour to remove terrorist content online after receiving an order, but they will not have to filter all the content they upload, according to draft rules to be put to the vote on Wednesday

‘InvestEU’ programme: MEPs are set to approve a provisional and partial deal with EU ministers on the ‘InvestEU’ initiative aiming to generate almost €700 billion in investments in order to boost jobs and growth on Thursday

Brexit: MEPs will discuss the flexible extension until 31 October 2019 of the UK’s EU membership with Council and Commission on Wednesday

Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš /Future of Europe: Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš will debate with MEPs his vision of the future of the EU to ensure it delivers on citizens’ expectations on Wednesday

Greta Thunberg/Climate change: MEPs will discuss ways to fight climate change with activist Greta Thunberg in a meeting of the Environment Committee open to all members on Tuesday