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This Week's Top Stories from the European Parliament - 20-24 July 2020

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Press release - EU long-term budget deal must be improved for Parliament to accept it

The recovery fund is a “historic move”, but long-term EU priorities such as the Green Deal and the Digital Agenda are put at risk, MEPs say.
Committee on Budgets

Press release - MEPs debate recovery fund, condemn major cuts to long-term EU budget

In an extraordinary plenary session, MEPs commented on the 17-21 July European Council deal on EU financing and the recovery plan to tackle the pandemic fallout.
Committee on Budgets

Article - Covid-19: 10 things the EU is doing to ensure economic recovery

Find out what the EU is doing to help Europe get back on its feet following the devastating economic effects brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Press release - Future EU financing and recovery: MEPs to assess summit outcome

MEPs will debate the 17-21 July EU summit results with Council and Commission Presidents Charles Michel and Ursula von der Leyen on Thursday from 09:30.

Press release - EU summit compromise: positive step for recovery, inadequate in the long-term

Commenting on the conclusions of the 17-21 July EU summit, EP negotiators welcome the recovery fund but warn that their agreement to the long-term EU budget cannot be taken for granted.
Committee on Budgets

Press release - President Sassoli press conference on outcome of EU summit

When: Wednesday 22 July at 11:00 - Where: Anna Politkovskaya pressroom and via Skype

Article - Quiz: test your EU knowledge

How well do you know the EU? Find out by taking part in our EU for beginners quiz.

Article - First six months of 2020: Covid-19, investment in recovery, climate

To tackle the fallout from Covid-19, Parliament has pushed for ambitious and sustainable solutions for people, the economy and the environment. Read our overview of the first half of 2020.

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