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Vote puts EU-US data privacy agreement at risk

Irresponsible vote threatens future of EU-US privacy agreement A vote in the European Parliament today calling for the suspension of the EU-US Privacy Shield is irresponsible and could leave EU citizens in legal limbo, warned Conservative Home Affairs Spokesman Dan Dalton

MEPs back plan to end ‘ghost fishing'

A new plan to protect our seas from 'ghost fishing' has been overwhelmingly backed by the European Parliament's Fisheries Committee today.

MEPs call for close security relationship with UK

In a vote today MEPs agreed on “the need for the EU to ensure a close security and defence relationship with the United Kingdom after Brexit”. The call, contained in a report on EU-NATO relations, was welcomed by Conservative Defence and Security spokesman Geoffrey Van Orden, who commented: 

MEPs call for close security relationship with UK

In a vote today MEPs agreed on “the need for the EU to ensure a close security and defence relationship with the United Kingdom after Brexit”. The call, contained in a report on EU-NATO relations, was welcomed by Conservative Defence and Security spokesman Geoffrey Van Orden, who commented: 

Trump/Kim summit will be judged by what comes next

Conservative MEP Nirj Deva, who for the past 30 months has been engaged in behind the scenes negotiations to defuse tensions between the North and South Korea, hailed today's historic meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump.