Nigel Farage and pro-Brexit MEPs branded it “disgraceful” that Speaker John Bercow and his EU counterpart met to discuss Brexit and a possible second referendum.
The European Union has pledged £1.3 million to a UK gender balance initiative campaigning for equal representation across the international music festival landscape.
A newly-elected MEP has pledged to do his utmost to “stop Brexit”.
Copyright campaigning MEP Mary Honeyball has said memes will not be killed off by “divisive” copyright laws.
Media watchdog MP Damian Collins has called for emergency legislation to stop democratic elections being corrupted by misinformation.
Singer-songwriter Kat Frankie has said that women facing discrimination in the music industry need to “uplift” rather than compete with one another.
The chief executive of a music fund for female artists has said she hopes sweeping change across the music industry will make the need for an equivalent #MeToo movement unnecessary.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.
Rock star Bono has called on artists to celebrate the “romance” of Europe at a time when the value of the EU has come under question.
UK music industry figures have welcomed the European Parliament’s decision to pass changes to EU copyright laws which intend to update them for the digital age.
Britain’s data watchdog has told the European Parliament she is “deeply concerned” about the impact on democracy of the misuse of social media users’ personal information.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to give evidence to the European Parliament about the use of personal data, the Parliament’s president has announced.
Nigel Farage has accused EU leaders of “anti-Americanism” as he mounted an impassioned defence of Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban on a series of mainly Muslim countries.