Parliament to vote on deal on new copyright rules for the internet
The provisional deal reached in February on copyright rules for the internet will be put to the House on Tuesday.

Parliament to greenlight ban on disposable plastics
MEPs are set to endorse the ban on single-use plastic items such as plates, cutlery, straws and cotton buds sticks from 2021, in a vote on Wednesday.

Parliament to vote on curbing CO2 emissions from cars
Plans to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from cars and vans by 2030, already informally agreed with EU ministers, will be put to a vote on Wednesday.

Parliament to vote on ending switch between summer and winter time
On Tuesday, MEPs will vote on the proposal to end the practice of adjusting clocks by an hour in spring and autumn from 2021.

Parliament to make EU electricity market cleaner and more consumer-friendly
New rules to create an unhindered European market for electricity and to make it cleaner, more competitive and risk-prepared will be put to a vote on Tuesday.

Parliament to vote on root and branch reforms to fight financial and tax crimes
In the wake of recent multi-billion Euro scandals, on Tuesday plenary is set to adopt a detailed roadmap revamping taxation and tackling financial crimes.

Parliament to adopt its position on reforming road transport sector
On Wednesday, MEPs will debate and vote to amend rules on posting of drivers, to tackle illegal practices in road haulage sector and amend rules on drivers’ rest time.

Parliament to debate Brexit and other EU summit priorities
MEPs will discuss the outcome of the 21-22 March EU spring summit, including Brexit, with European Council President Donald Tusk on Wednesday morning.

Protecting consumer rights online and offline
New rules to strengthen consumer rights and facilitate cross-border trade in the EU will be debated and put to the vote on Tuesday.

Better protection of workers from cancer-causing chemicals
Parliament will vote on Wednesday to limit worker’s exposure to chemicals harmful to health.

Vetting EU budget management in 2017
MEPs will assess how well the 2017 EU budget has been managed in a series of votes on Tuesday.

Drinking water: new plans to improve tap water quality and cut plastic litter
MEPs will vote Thursday on plans to improve consumers’ trust in drinking tap water, a more environmentally friendly and cheaper alternative to bottled water.

Boosting green investments in the EU
MEPs will vote on setting out criteria for determining whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable on Thursday.

Parliament to agree on future regional and cohesion funding
MEPs are set to adopt on Tuesday new funding rules aiming to strengthen the EU’s economic, social and territorial cohesion.

External action: more funds for human rights, development and climate change
EU external action funding should support development, climate and environmental goals, and promote democracy, rule of law and human rights.

Tougher requirements to get funding for countries wishing to join the EU
EU funding to countries that are aspiring to join the European Union must be distributed on a ‘fair share’ basis and suspended in cases of rule of law breaches.

Vote on new Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027
On Thursday, MEPs will vote to triple the 2021-2017 Erasmus+ funds, allowing more people to take part and adapting the grants to the needs of participants.

MEPs to debate shortcomings in the rule of law in Malta and Slovakia
Plenary will debate the situation of rule of law in the EU, particularly in Malta and Slovakia, on Monday.

MEPs to debate situation in Algeria and Crimea
On Tuesday, Parliament will discuss recent political protests in Algeria, as well as the situation in Crimea five years after the Russian illegal occupation.

Emergency situation in Venezuela: vote in plenary
Parliament will vote on a resolution on the emergency situation in Venezuela, on Thursday.