And with that, tonight's sitting comes to an end.
MEPs are back tomorrow at 08.00 BST, when they will first be debating anti-tax avoidance measures announced by the EU Commission in January.
After this, they will debate legislation that would delay implementation of new EU trading rules - known as MiFID II - for the financial sector by one year.
After the lunchtime voting session, the afternoon sitting begins at 14.00 BST with a debate on a proposed EU migration policy with African countries.
MEPs will also debate a revision to the "blue card" migration scheme, and an EU co-operation agreement with the Philippines that faces a ratification vote on Wednesday.
In the evening, they will also discuss what involvement EU states had in facilitating alleged human rights abuses by the CIA, and the future of EU space policy.