In-depth: Is Parliament losing patience with the Fit for 55 lobbying drive?

MEPs from across the political divide have spoken out against what they claim is an unprecedented barrage of lobbying as they vote on key climate legislation. Could it push Parliament to adopt tighter rules in future?

by Robert Hodgson
An MEP gives a thumbs-down during a plenary vote this week. Lawmakers from a number of groups have critised the scale of lobbying. Photo: Fred Marvaux / EP
An MEP gives a thumbs-down during a plenary vote this week. Lawmakers from a number of groups have critised the scale of lobbying. Photo: Fred Marvaux / EP

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