23 Jun 2017

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ECR Group Study Days in Berlin 27 June-30 June 2017 From Tuesday to Friday the ECR Group study days will take place in Berlin. Up for discussion will be the UK position on Brexit negotiations, future trade relations between the EU and the UK, the EU after the election of Emmanuel Macron, relations between the […]

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20 Jun 2017

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The European Parliament’s committee on International Trade committee today voted through legislation to combat unfair international competition, in particular responding to the issue of China’s market economy and other unfair trade practices from third countries. The news laws would provide a more effective method of calculating trade dumping. Antidumping duties should no longer be imposed […]

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19 Jun 2017

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As negotiations begin today on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union Syed Kamall, Chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, said: “The start of negotiations today is important for both the UK and the EU. A calm, constructive, and cooperative approach to talks is what will bring about the most progress in the coming […]

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16 Jun 2017

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Van Bossuyt stands for internal market chair On Wednesday the parliament’s internal market committee will vote for a new chair of the committee. The ECR group have put forward Flemish MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt for the role which became vacant following the departure of another ECR MEP, Vicky Ford, who was recently elected to the […]

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15 Jun 2017

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Good news as roaming charges end across the EU today. ECR MEPs, who have strongly supported this move in the European Parliament, welcome the end to shock phone bills for people travelling to other EU countries from the UK. From June 15th phone operators will automatically end roaming charges so that calls, texts and data […]

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14 Jun 2017

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Rights for Bangladesh’s 4.2 million garment workers must improve if the country is to maintain its tariff-free access to the EU, ECR MEP Sajjad Karim warned today. Speaking as the European Parliament approved his Motion for Resolution reviewing the Sustainability Compact between the EU and Bangladesh, Mr Karim said a tipping point was close to […]

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14 Jun 2017

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We may be divided by our politics, but we remain united in our fight against terrorism, ECR Group leader Syed Kamall told Members of the European Parliament today. Speaking in the key debate in Strasbourg, he argued that the EU should focus on effective cooperation and the rules that have so far proved to be working instead […]

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13 Jun 2017

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Eurorealist MEP Bernd Lucke has today warned of the disastrous effects of deepening the Eurozone. In its latest reflection paper on the future of the Euro, which was debated in the European Parliament today, the European Commission proposes how the Eurozone could be further developed. One suggestion is to create bundled government bonds. However, Mr […]

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13 Jun 2017

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Kamall: Sanctions over migrant relocations unjustified   The European Commission is launching infringement procedures against Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic over their refusal to take part in the migrant relocation scheme. According to the ECR Group Chairman Syed Kamall, this decision is unjustified and unwise. Mr Kamall said: “The Council and the Commission knew […]

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