And with that, tonight's sitting comes to an end.
MEPs will be back tomorrow at 08.00 BST, when Jean-Claude Juncker gives his "state of the union" speech, his second as EU Commission President.
MEPs will then debate the speech until the start of the day's voting session at 11.00 BST.
In the afternoon, EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager joins MEPs to debate the Commission's recent tax ruling on Ireland and Apple.
MEPs will also debate legislation to set up an updated European travel document to speed up the process of deporting migrants who do not have the legal right to stay in the EU.
They will also debate a plan from the EU Commission to transfer 54,000 places from its two-year asylum seeker relocation scheme.