17 Dec 2013

Category:News

The European Parliament’s lead MEP on new legislation to reform the audit sector today hailed a breakthrough in negotiations which should see a deal finalised when representatives of member states meet in Brussels tomorrow (Wednesday).

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17 Dec 2013

Category:policy

MAIN ECR PRIORITIES The foreign policy, security and human rights challenges facing the European Union in the years ahead are varied and complex. From terrorism to trade, armed conflict to human rights, what happens around the world affects us at home too. In response to existing and emerging challenges, the ECR group has been at […]

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17 Dec 2013

Category:policy

MAIN ECR PRIORITIES The ECR Group believes that the most pressing challenge facing agriculture is the need to increase significantly agricultural production, particularly as the global population is set to reach 9 billion by 2050. Food is increasingly becoming a strategic commodity and agricultural markets have been volatile over recent years. With a growing population, […]

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17 Dec 2013

Category:policy

MAIN ECR PRIORITIES We believe the EU budget requires reform, with a modernising budget equipped to meet the challenges of the 2050’s, not maintaining the status quo of today. We do not believe the solution to Europe’s problems is to spend more; rather Europe’s challenge should be to spend better. EU spending must move away […]

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17 Dec 2013

Category:policy

MAIN ECR PRIORITIES The ECR believes that establishing confidence in the EU Budget must be one of the most important priorities. In a period of austerity, it is more important than ever that tax-payers should be able to trust that the funds put at the disposal of the European Union are used properly to deliver […]

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17 Dec 2013

Category:policy

MAIN ECR PRIORITIES The ECR Group always keeps focus on European added value in the field of Culture and Education policies in the EU. The European Parliament’s Culture and Education committee is responsible for education, culture, youth, sport and the cultural and educational aspects of the EU’s media policy. While we recognise that education policy […]

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