13 Apr 2017

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EU-Denmark security arrangements faced a cliff edge in May 2017 until Members of the Home Affairs committee approved a new flexible approach between Denmark and EUROPOL. Following the referendum in December 2015, Denmark decided to end its full membership of the European Police Office (EUROPOL). Discussions between the Danish autorities and the EU institutions led […]

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11 Apr 2017

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Today the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee backed ECR MEP Amjad Bashir’s call to end statelessness that leaves millions vulnerable to persecution. This follows Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi denial that the world’s largest group of stateless people, the Rohingyas, are being ethnically cleansed. The Rohingyas are one of the most persecuted people in […]

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06 Apr 2017

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Anna Fotyga, Chair of SEDE, on the situation in Abkhazia and South Ossetia/Tskhinvali I would like to express my deep concern about latest developments in the occupied regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region in Georgia, namely the so-called “parliamentary elections” that took place in Abkhazia on March 12 and the so-called “presidential elections” in […]

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06 Apr 2017

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Pressure from the ECR Group has helped win support for limiting the increase in next year’s European Parliament budget and reducing the proportion consumed by administrative costs. MEPs today approved a report by British ECR MEP Richard Ashworth which recommends pegging the 2018 budget to €1.95 billion, a rise of 2.3 per cent, down from […]

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06 Apr 2017

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The United Kingdom and the European Union are friends not enemies, the ECR Group Vice-Chair Helga Stevens told the European Parliament today. She also said that the UK’s exit from the EU should not be a nasty break up, but the beginning of a deep and special partnership between longstanding allies. Speaking during the debate […]

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05 Apr 2017

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Anna Fotyga MEP, Chair of the European Parliament Security and Defence Committee: ‘I strongly condemn the chemical attack against innocent people of Syria, which left more than 70 people dead and hundreds injured in Idlib province yesterday, including women and children.  It is clear that the Assad’s regime has once again crossed the red line […]

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04 Apr 2017

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Today the European Parliament backed new measures that will ensure that there is not another car emission scandal but it missed an opportunity to do more. The European Parliament voted to back European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group, Daniel Dalton MEP’s, measures to ensure that vehicles continue to meet emissions and safety standards once out […]

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