28 Sep 2009

Category:News

The chairman of the European Parliament’s consumer protection committee, Malcolm Harbour MEP, has welcomed the European Commission’s proposals that encourage users of personal music players to keep the volume down whilst continuing to allow personal choice, however he has asked the commission to ensure that such an agreement be voluntary with manufacturers.

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23 Sep 2009

Category:News

Proposals published by the European Commission today for a pan-European risk board and three watchdogs to oversee banks, securities and insurers, do not go far enough to protect the role of national regulators, Kay Swinburne MEP, Economic and Monetary Affairs coordinator for the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament, said today.

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22 Sep 2009

Category:News

Today’s threatened action against banks by the European Commission should be enough for them to voluntarily improve their price structures and ensure consumers are given the best deal possible from their current accounts, Malcolm Harbour MEP, Chairman of the European Parliament’s consumer protection committee, said today.

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16 Sep 2009

Category:Speeches

Commenting on the re-election of President Barroso for the post of Commission President, Michal Kaminski MEP, Chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament, said: “While he is not perfect and we do not agree on everything, I am confident that he European Parliament has elected the right person for the […]

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