The only prediction I'll make for 2018: it's not going to be boring.
It's been a really busy January in the European Parliament. One Strasbourg session and plenty of committee meetings, but also some important additional things too:
It was my distinct pleasure to welcome Pakistan Minister for Defense, Engr. Khurram Dastgir Khan and former Speaker Dr. Fehmida Mirza to dinner last night.
After Theresa May's frenetic dashing around this week, we are now - finally- in a position to move onto trade talks.
But what will that mean for Britain, and what do we need to look out for in the negotiations?
We can't let the Rohingya return to an open-air prison and apartheid. I've campaigned hard over the disgraceful violence against the Rohingya at the hands of the Myanmar government and military: any path to a return for the Rohingya Muslims must not further compound their shocking treatment.
Last week was another very productive week in the European Parliament! Last week, the usual committee meetings and votes, but here's what else I've done.
Tax avoidance can only be tackled at EU level - is that why some of the names revealed in the Paradise Papers campaigned for Leave in the EU referendum?
North West Regional Labour Conference and a mission to talk about human rights in Saudi Arabia - it's been a busy week!
Sexual harassment knows no class or culture. It is not confined to the home or the workplace.
Decades of work by our trade unions has helped to secure new protections for workers against deadly carcinogens. Watch my speech here.