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The Newshub is a unique application that lets you keep track of the voices of the European Parliament in real-time. It gathers web articles, blog posts and social media contributions of the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), political groups in Parliament and the European Parliament press service. Follow the political conversations, check out the Parliament's most discussed topics and see what your MEPs are saying.

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Accessibility of the European Parliament Newshub (Wai AA- WCAG 2.0)

The webpages of the Newshub website of the European Parliament are compliant with web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, available at the following address: The compliance level is AA.

This is not valid where third party content is shown e.g. feed data, pictures or videos. Social media buttons (such as the “Like-Button” from Facebook, the “+1-Button” from Google + and the “Tweet-Button” from Twitter) are not accessible either.

The Newshub relies on the following technologies: HTML 5.0, CSS 2 and 3, JavaScript 1.8.5 / ES 5, JPEG, GIF, PNG and Adobe Flash.

Furthermore the Adobe PDF technology is used, but not necessarily needed to access content.


By clicking, the user will be redirected (in the same window) to a page gathering all RSS-feeds provided by the Newshub.

The European Parliament Newshub is a web application aggregating information from the different actors in the European Parliament: the members, political groups, president and news service of the institution. It acts as an instant news service, displaying items from the last 5 days.


The items appear based on the time they are gathered by the Newshub, with no editorial intervention.

Gathering is done on a very regular basis to be as close as possible to real-time but an item that has been published on a website or a blog may not instantaneously appear on the Newshub.


Users can filter information according to different criteria.

The languages preferences on the top of the page allow users to display only the items that are in the languages they understand. Language detection is automatic for each item fetched by the Newshub. If no language is found, the item is classified under the language assigned to the feed by the contributor.The language preferences do not apply when in the view: Contributors >MEPs

Users can save their language preferences for the next visit - provided they use the same device.

The timeline in the header of the page allow users to travel back in time and see what happened on the Newshub at any moment in the last 5 days.

Topic filtering is done by automatic indexation of feed items. Feeds in languages other than the 23 official EU languages cannot be taken into account in the topic filtering, although they are supported by the Newshub.

Other filters and a search box are available in the navigation bar.

Other functionalities

Users can favourite any page of the Newshub as well as their search criterias by using the yellow "Favourite" button at the top left hand corner of the page.

Users can subscribe to RSS feeds on any page of the Newshub by using the yellow "RSS" button at the top left hand corner of the page.

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  1. First time in Newshub?

    Let us guide you through it. Keep in mind that you can cancel this tour at any time by closing the window.

  2. News feed

    The Newshub is a news aggregation tool. Each of these elements represents a feed from a social network, i.e. Twitter, Facebook, blogs etc.

  3. News feed

    Here you find all the feeds of Parliament's Members, national information offices and other sources related to the European Parliament, or you can choose to filter by topic, language, photos, videos and even Members.

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  5. Topics

    Topics are divided into #hashtags and normal words. Here you can see which #hashtags and words are most mentioned across the Newshub.

  6. Contributors

    The contributors tab will let you browse through all the Members of the European Parliament and their Newshub activity.

  7. Language filtering

    If you prefer, you can choose to see updates only in the language or languages of your choice.

  8. Search through Newshub feeds

    Try using the search box to find the posts you are looking for.

  9. Chronology Slider

    Our chronology slider will give you an easy access to older feeds, up to five days old.

  10. RSS feeds

    Need an RSS feed? Get one here.

  11. Sharing on Social media

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