And with that, tonight's plenary sitting comes to an end.
MEPs will be back tomorrow at 07.30 BST, when Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte joins MEPs to review his country's time in charge of the EU presidency.
After this, Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk are due to join MEPs to discuss last week's EU leaders' summit and their position on Brexit negotiations.
After lunch, MEPs will debate the EU's long-term budget, and recommendations from the Parliament's investigatory committee on tax avoidance.
They will also debate legislation to set up the EU's proposed Border and Coast Guard force, which will be put to a vote on Wednesday.