27 Oct 2017

Category:News

Senior ECR MEP Nirj Deva has received the GG2 Editor’s Award for his outstanding contribution to British and ethnic minority communities in his 25 years of public service. Mr Deva was presented the award last night at the GG2 Leadership Awards an annual event that aims to highlight and showcase ethnic talent and leadership in […]

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26 Oct 2017

Category:News

MEPs decision to bypass the European Parliament’s main chamber on controversial new Eprivacy rules has been criticised by ECR Group spokesman on the proposals, Dan Dalton MEP. The proposals on Eprivacy contain huge changes to the way data is collected and how websites operate. The ECR Group had forced a vote to decide whether the […]

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25 Oct 2017

Category:News

Commenting after EU Member States failed to reach an agreement on Glyphosate’s license renewal, ECR environment coordinator Julie Girling said: “Failing to renew glyphosate’s license highlights once again how difficult it has become to conduct evidence-based decision-making in Europe. By dispensing with the original proposal for a 10-year reauthorisation period, some Member States have put […]

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25 Oct 2017

Category:News

MEPs today endorsed an agreement that will see the introduction of electronic identity checks at the EU’s external borders. The ECR Group’s spokesman on the proposals, Jussi Halla-aho MEP, has welcomed the agreement which he views as vital to secure the EU’s external border and better manage the EU’s immigration system. The new system aims […]

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25 Oct 2017

Category:News

Controversial new regulations for agricultural fertilisers ignore expert opinion and would raise costs for both farmers and producers across the EU, ECR MEPs argued today. The European Parliament has approved proposals to drastically cut the level of contaminants allowed in fertilisers. Permitted levels of cadmium would be reduced to 60mg per kilogramme, eventually reducing to […]

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24 Oct 2017

Category:News

Banning popular weed killer glyphosate within five years and ignoring robust scientific evidence risks undermining the EU’s entire regulatory approval process for herbicides, warned ECR environment coordinator Julie Girling today. Having only last year recommended that glyphosate be renewed for a period of seven years, and despite presenting no new scientific evidence that it is […]

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24 Oct 2017

Category:News

The ECR Group have successfully forced a vote in the European Parliament’s plenary chamber on controversial new eprivacy rules. Last week the parliament’s civil liberties committee voted to negotiate directly with the Council on the new rules that will make sweeping changes to the way the internet works and many free services that consumers currently […]

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