21 Mar 2018

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New rules to enforce EU gas liberalisation rules on pipelines from third countries such as Russia have been adopted today by parliament’s energy and industry committee. European Parliament Vice President Zdzisław Krasnodębski followed the proposals from the European Commission for the ECR Group which will ensure major pipelines entering the EU are operated to the […]

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20 Mar 2018

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MEPS block introduction of services E-card A proposal to introduce a much needed services e-card that would have made it easier for companies to provide their services in other Member States was rejected by MEPs in the parliament’s internal market committee today. Under the draft laws companies wishing to provide their services in another EU […]

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20 Mar 2018

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Airlines based outside the EU could face protectionist measures against them after the European Parliament’s Transport Committee voted to update the EU’s competition rules today. The revision to the EU’s aviation rules would allow the EU Commission to impose penalties on third-country airlines before complaints against them have been properly investigated. The plans would also […]

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15 Mar 2018

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Time is running out for countries to make good on their pledges to help Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar before the monsoon season arrives, an ECR Group MEP warned today. Speaking after visiting refugee camps in Bangladesh, Baroness Mobarik said it was not acceptable that 40 per cent of the initial $83 million promised by […]

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14 Mar 2018

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The EU’s next Multiannual Financial Framework must be targeted towards policies for growth and end the waste and inefficiencies of the past, said ECR Budget Spokesman Bernd Koelmel in Strasbourg today. Parliament was adopting its position in advance of talks on the EU’s next seven-year financial framework and Koelmel has warned that, with the UK […]

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14 Mar 2018

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Speaking during a debate in the European Parliament today, ECR Flemish MEP Helga Stevens has warned of the increasing threat posed by cybercriminals to our public services and that a dogmatic view of privacy will prevent proper police work to keep people safe. As public services such as hospitals, governments and the energy sector move […]

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13 Mar 2018

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Only a lack of political will and imagination will stop Britain forging a new, mutually beneficial relationship with the European Union, Conservative MEPs’ leader Ashley Fox said today. Speaking as the European Parliament debated the future EU/UK deal, Mr Fox said it was overwhelmingly in the interests of both sides to have the freest trade […]

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09 Mar 2018

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Selmayr appointment The first item on the agenda next week will see Günther Oettinger, European Commissioner for Human Resources, explain to MEPs the recruitment process that saw Martin Selmayr promoted to Secretary General of the Commission in an unprecedented move that was shrouded in secrecy. While the Commission insists that no rules have been broken, […]

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07 Mar 2018

Category:News

Two weeks ago, in an unprecedented move, the European Commission announced that their Secretary General, Alexander Italianer had retired with immediate effect and that Martin Selmayr, the current Chef de Cabinet of Commission President Jean Claude Juncker would replace him. In the days following the announcement information began to emerge that the process for the […]

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