19 Oct 2017

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EU lawmakers last night reached a deal that will continue to see international flights exempted from the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme until 2023. ECR MEP Julie Girling was the European Parliament’s lead negotiator and has welcomed the agreement that will still see internal flights within the EU coming under the ETS and contributing more to […]

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19 Oct 2017

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New online privacy proposals backed today by MEPs would stifle innovation and threaten the availability of free online services people currently take for granted. Conservative MEPs believe the eprivacy regulations fail to strike the right balance between respecting people’s right to privacy online and encouraging a wide range of services. The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties […]

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18 Oct 2017

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New moves by the European Commission can help countries’ counter terrorism teams cooperate more effectively and assist them in better securing softer targets, said ECR security coordinator Helga Stevens MEP. Today the European Commission announced a series of measures to help Member States cooperate and exchange information and best practices more effectively. Included within the […]

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12 Oct 2017

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The European Parliament’s transport committee today voted through new rules that aim to reduce disparities between member states in terms of cross border delivery costs. The proposals fit into the EU’s wider strategy to improve e-commerce and will help small and medium sized businesses in particular who are often priced out of cross-border trading due […]

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12 Oct 2017

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ECR MEP Sander Loones has welcomed the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee’s vote to update the anti-dumping duties which will provide clarity and protection to businesses. The new rules passed by the committee today will ensure that anti-dumping import duties are placed when the price of the import has been significantly distorted from normal market […]

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11 Oct 2017

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ITRE Committee today approved two reports on EU telecommunications reform. Czech MEP Evžen Tošenovský was steering the negotiations on Parliament’s position as rapporteur for BEREC regulation and simultaneously followed the Electronic Communications Code for the ECR Group.   Mr Tošenovský said on Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC): “My main goal was to safeguard […]

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06 Oct 2017

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Sakharov prize shortlist On Tuesday the foreign affairs and development committees will hold a joint meeting to shortlist three candidates for this year’s Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. The prize is awarded each year by the European Parliament and was set up in 1988 to honour individuals and organisations defending human rights and fundamental […]

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03 Oct 2017

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Speaking during today’s debate in the European Parliament on negotiations with the UK on their withdrawal from the EU, ECR Group members have warned that unless discussions move forward to the future EU – UK relationship then both sides, their businesses and citizens will suffer. ECR Group Italian MEP Raffaele Fitto said: “Delaying the start […]

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