26 Jan 2018

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A “do tank” to promote new ways of tackling poverty was amongst ideas floated at a high-level conference in London today. There were also calls for more social entrepreneurs to enter politics, the greater involvement of business in anti-poverty projects and for local people to be mobilised to find solutions to their community’s problems. The […]

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25 Jan 2018

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New measures to improve the sharing of criminal records information  between EU Member States strike the right balance between security and individual rights. The legislation, which is being piloted through the European Parliament by ECR MEP Dan Dalton, was approved today by the  Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee. It will establish a database […]

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24 Jan 2018

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A major conference exploring how grassroots projects can provide lasting solutions to world poverty is taking place in London on Friday. Organised by London Conservative MEP Syed Kamall, the Global Poverty Summit aims to galvanise support for non-governmental solutions to helping the world’s poor.  It is backed by international figures including former Australian Prime Minister […]

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23 Jan 2018

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Today ECR MEP Rupert Matthews launched Projekt Hansa to promote trade, tourism and develop cultural links across northern Europe. The new initiative builds on the legacy of the medieval Hanseatic League which established trade links across the British Isles, Scandinavia, northern Germany, and the Baltic. Chair of Projekt Hansa, Rupert Matthews MEP, said: ” We are […]

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22 Jan 2018

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Plans to redistribute the UK’s 73 seats in the European Parliament at the next European Elections in 2019 have been heavily criticised by ECR Group constitutional affairs spokesman Kazimierz Ujazdowski ahead of a vote tomorrow. He argues that with the EU’s budget set to come under strain due to the loss of the UK’s contributions, […]

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16 Jan 2018

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European Union negotiators must decide whether they want a Brexit deal that prioritises people or the EU project, ECR co-chairman Syed Kamall said today. He told the European Parliament that voters were watching to see whether politicians were capable of putting the interests of ordinary people ahead of their own. Mr Kamall said: “Voters, citizens […]

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15 Jan 2018

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Debate with incoming Bulgarian Presidency ECR Group co-chair Syed Kamall will speak on behalf of the group and outline what the ECR wants to see from the Presidency – including how Brussels can begin to do less but do it better. Debate: Wednesday @ 9:00   Flexibility needed for 2030 energy targets On Wednesday MEPs will vote on a […]

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