That's our coverage of today's European Parliament sitting finished.
MEPs will be back tomorrow from 07.30, when the sitting will begin with plans to set up an EU-wide agency aiming to get national authorities to co-operate more in combating the black economy.
After this, MEPs will debate new anti-tax avoidance measures announced by the European Commission last week, and hear a speech from Estonian President Toomas Hendrick Ilves.
After the lunchtime voting session, there will be a series of debates about the migration crisis, including respect for the "non-refoulement" principle and the future of the Schengen zone.
The evening will be debates on the EU's gender equality strategy, regulation of "endocrine disruptor" chemicals and the transparency and control of clinical trials in the EU.