03 Jul 2018

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Tomorrow MEPs will attempt to push through controversial reforms to European Electoral law that will see large political parties in only two EU Member States gain a significant number of seats from their political rivals, warned ECR constitutional affairs Spokesman, Morten Messerschmidt, ahead of the vote. The changes would mandate countries who operate a nationwide […]

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03 Jul 2018

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START OF THE AUSTRIAN PRESIDENCY ECR Ulrike Trebesius will speak during the debate on the forthcoming Austrian Presidency, outlining the Group’s view on the EU’s priorities over the next six months, such as the long term budget (MFF), migration and external borders and increasing prosperity within the EU. FUTURE OF EUROPE DEBATE WITH POLISH PRIME […]

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19 Jun 2018

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BRUSSELS – On 20 June, the family of the murdered and abducted Israeli Hadar Goldin will for the first time speak in the European Parliament. During their visit in Brussels they will meet with several high-level officials at EU level and senior Members of the European Parliament in order to strengthen international support for the urgent humanitarian case […]

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12 Jun 2018

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MEPs call for suspension of agreement unless the US complies with the agreement by September A vote in the European Parliament’s civil liberties committee calling for the suspension of the EU-US Privacy Shield is irresponsible and could leave EU citizens in legal limbo, warned ECR Group MEP Dan Dalton. The committee were voting on a […]

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12 Jun 2018

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UK’s parliament seats should not be redistributed The redistribution of the UK’s 73 European seats after Brexit is due to be voted upon by MEPs next week. Following agreement in Council, 27 of the seats will be divided amongst a number of the remaining Member States with those remaining being left vacant for future EU […]

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04 Jun 2018

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France v the European Parliament  The European Court of Justice will issue an opinion on France’s legal bid to annul decisions regarding the EU’s 2017 budget made by the European Parliament on 1st December 2016. France argues the Treaties stipulate that budgetary powers can only be exercised during plenary sessions in Strasbourg and not, as in […]

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30 May 2018

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Potential cuts to future funding of the Common Agricultural Policy are the biggest threat facing farmers in the EU, according to ECR agriculture co-ordinator Jim Nicholson. He insists that the agricultural sector should not be penalised for financial pressures caused by Brexit and by demands for more funding for other areas of EU spending such […]

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