That's it for our coverage of the European Parliament this evening.
MEPs will be back from 08.00 BST tomorrow, when they will begin the sitting by debating whether the EU should grant market economy status to China.
After a debate on youth unemployment, the day's voting session will begin at 11.00 BST.
After lunch, the afternoon session begins with a debate on yesterday's meeting of eurozone finance ministers, over further cuts demanded of Greece to unlock funds from its EU-IMF bailout.
MEPs will also debate preparations for this month’s World Humanitarian Summit and the state of EU trade negotiations with the Mercosur bloc of Latin American countries.
In the evening, they will also discuss the continuing economic and political crisis in Venezuela.