And with that, tonight's plenary sitting comes to an end.
MEPs will be back tomorrow morning from 08.00 BST, when they will debate legislation establishing EU-wide standards on claiming legal aid during court proceedings.
At lunchtime they will vote on whether to give their approval to the UN's Paris climate deal, and hear a speech from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
After lunch, they will debate the future of the "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais, which President Hollande has vowed to dismantle before the end of the year.
They will also discuss the EU Commission's latest proposals for implementing a promised ban on mobile roaming charges due next year.