24 Mar 2017

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ECR Group outline vision of a reformed European Union As European leaders gather to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome the ECR Group is calling on the EU to urgently change its course. ECR Group Chairman Syed Kamall reflects on an EU that has overreached, become too centralised and is out of […]

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24 Mar 2017

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HORIZON 2020 On Monday Anneleen Van Bossuyt will host a conference on Horizon 2020, the EU’s flagship research and innovation programme. She will present to the European Commission ten recommendations on how to improve Horizon 2020 and make it more business friendly. Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for research, science and innovation will speak at the […]

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24 Mar 2017

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Steps to improve cross-border co-operation in tackling rogue traders have been supported today by ECR MEPs. The European Parliament’s Internal Market Committee approved a report updating the EU’s Consumer Protection Co-operation Regulation, in particular to take account of the new challenges presented by international online transactions. Under the proposed legislation, a database and information exchange […]

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24 Mar 2017

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ECR Agriculture Co-ordinator Jim Nicholson has today called for action over reports alleging that Brazilian companies have been selling unsafe produce including rotten and substandard beef. Raising the issue in the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee, UK MEP Mr Nicholson called on the European Commission to outline how much beef has come from Brazil in recent […]

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24 Mar 2017

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ROME SUMMIT Heads of State will gather in Rome on Saturday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome where a declaration on the future of the EU is expected to be agreed and finally adopted. The ECR continue to argue that it is essential for the EU to reform based on Eurorealism, […]

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16 Mar 2017

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Today the European Parliament welcomed the reform progress in Montenegro as part of the country’s path towards EU accession. The recognition by the EU comes at an important time for Montenegro, which is most likely to join NATO this spring. Recent attempts by pro-Russian politicians in Montenegro to plan an unauthorized referendum to stop the […]

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16 Mar 2017

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European Conservative and Reformist Group (ECR) MEPs have helped shape a new regulation to stop the financing of armed groups through trade in minerals. Initial discussions pushed for a de facto embargo on high risk areas that could have forced some mines to close, throwing miners out of work. Conservative MEPs negotiated a more balanced […]

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15 Mar 2017

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The European Parliament has today adopted a resolution on the planned German road toll system that in its original form would have allowed German drivers to deduct whatever they paid in road tolls from their vehicle tax bills. Members have called on the Commission to reveal all details of the back-room deals made between Jean-Claude […]

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15 Mar 2017

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Speaking in the future of Europe debate in Strasbourg, ECR Group Vice Chairman Raffaele Fitto argued that the EU has become too centralised and distant from its citizens. He insisted that the EU needs to radically change direction and become more flexible and transparent. Mr Fitto said: “Politicians can be divided into two categories. Those […]

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14 Mar 2017

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Today, the European Parliament has debated on and adopted a number of proposals to establish a more sustainable waste policy. MEP Mark Demesmaeker, who was the ECR shadow rapporteur on these proposals, is pleased with the results of the vote: “Finally, it looks like Europe is dispensing with a linear consumption model in order to […]

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