EU will examine cases where citizens have met 'bureaucratic wall' trying to secure right to remain in UK
After four rounds of voting the Italian is victorious after receiving a majority of 351 votes
Resolution to grant robots legal status in order to hold them ‘responsible for acts or omissions’ passed by European Parliament legal affairs committee
The Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy faction is now hanging by a thread
Other commentators have cast doubt on whether the referendum will have dire consequences for Europe
A campaign first revealed by The Independent has now won the support of Guy Verhofstadt, the former Belgian Prime Minister leading the Brexit talks for the European Parliament
Britain's EU exit will end up before the European Court of Justice, Malta's Prime Minister predicts - and could easily be 'scuttled' by the European Parliament
Russian president Vladimir Putin expresses dismay at ruling and calls for 'open discussion'
The EU takes a step closer to the formation of a 'European army'
Geoffrey Van Orden says immigration is 'the root of many of the difficulties' in Europe
German MEP Manfred Weber, the chairman of the centre-right European People's Party, criticised the confusion after meeting Mr Davis in Strasbourg
The idea was tabled by a liberal MEP from Luxembourg
'Why should anyone listen to us?' say British MEPs
Mike Hookem admits an altercation with Mr Woolfe but says his colleage 'fell over his own feet'
'There was no face slapping, there was no digs, there was nothing,' insists politician
We have normalised aggression and abuse in our language – in politics and other areas of public life – to such an extent that we simply don’t even notice it any more. I'm afraid that this fight won't be last, and that Jo Cox's death won't be the last either