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Parliament pesticides report does not reflect expert testimony

A report containing politically motivated recommendations to overhaul the way pesticides are authorised for use in the European Union reflects poorly on the European Parliament, warned ECR MEP Anthea McIntyre today.

16 January 2019

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Parliament pesticides report does not reflect expert testimony

A report containing politically motivated recommendations to overhaul the way pesticides are authorised for use in the European Union reflects poorly on the European Parliament, warned ECR MEP Anthea McIntyre today.

16 January 2019

Syed Kamall: EU faces a choice after last night’s Brexit vote

The European Union should stand ready to help address concerns about the Withdrawal Agreement expressed by British MPs last night, MEPs have been told.

16 January 2019

New Italian MEP admitted to the ECR Group

The ECR Group have today welcomed a new Italian member, Innocenzo Leontini, who has left the EPP Group in order to join us. He will sit in the same delegation as the ECR Group’s three other MEPs, Raffaele Fitto, Remo Sernagiotto and Stefano Maullu.

15 January 2019

Unnecessary EU push to end national vetoes on taxation

Individual EU Member States will lose their veto over EU level tax policies under new proposals set to be announced by the European Commission today.

15 January 2019

Week Ahead: 14th - 17th January 2019

This week ECR MEPs will debate Brexit, present their vision for an EU that does less but better, support a multi-currency EU, defend freedom of religion around the world and protect science-based decision making on pesticides.

14 January 2019

ECR Africa summit: By working together we can make a real difference

The future of relations between African and European nations must be mutually beneficial and interdependent, said ECR Group co-Chair Syed Kamall at the opening of the ECR's first ever Africa Summit today in Brussels.

9 January 2019

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