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Strasbourg plenary
03-06 July 2017


Strasbourg plenary
12-15 June 2017


Brussels mini-plenary
31 May-01 June 2017


Strasbourg plenary
15-18 May 2017


14 JUL 2017: James Carver questions Jordanian foreign minister (Foreign Affairs committee, AFET)

14 JUL 2017: James Carver: EU-Africa Strategy: We can't have a one-cap-fits-all approach (Foreign Affairs committee - AFET)

13 JUL 2017:
Stuart Agnew: You can breed and patent an improved variety, but can you patent a new species? (AGRI committee)

13 JUL 2017: David Coburn: EU commission unable to differentiate between tax avoidance and tax evasion (ECON committee)

13 JUL 2017: Mike Hookem: A 16-foot rowing boat holds a fifth of the entire fishing quota for the South West of England (Fisheries committee)

13 JUL 2017: Bill Etheridge: Will EU forces in Sub-Saharan Africa get drawn into a Mission Creep? (Defence committee, SEDE)

13 JUL 2017:
Gerard Batten: Why should British taxpayers pay benefits for EU citizens who may not even live in the UK? (Constitutional affairs committee - AFCO)

13 JUL 2017:
David Coburn: British waters fished extensively by vessels from other member states (Fisheries committee)

13 JUL 2017: David Coburn: Recreational fishing goes beyond EU competence (Fisheries committee)

13 JUL 2017: William Dartmouth: You should treat Jordan at least as well as Turkey in terms of EU funding (INTA committee)

11 JUL 2017:Stuart Agnew: A Union Act that may, or may not strengthen the position of farmers in the food supply chain (AGRI committee)

11 JUL 2017: Stuart Agnew: A trillion euros down the route of utter madness (AGRI committee)

11 JUL 2017: Stuart Agnew: The many contradictions of EU 'Conservation Agriculture' (AGRI committee)

11 JUL 2017: Raymond Finch: Are you assuming that the UK will contribute to the EU's 5 billion-euro defence fund? (Budget committee)

11 JUL 2017: William Dartmouth: When will the EU-Japan trade agreement be finalised? (INTA committee)

11 JUL 2017: William Dartmouth: Which is more important to the EU? Negotiating trade agreements or implementing the Green agenda? (INTA committee)

11 JUL 2017: Stuart Agnew: The protection of organic farming should be left to Member States (AGRI committee, 10.07.2017)

11 JUL 2017: Stuart Agnew seeks reassurance from the EU commission for the Scots not to be shafted (AGRI committee, 10.07.2017)

11 JUL 2017: Stuart Agnew: EU support for young farmers is just a stitch-up (AGRI committee, 10.07.2017)

11 JUL 2017: Stuart Agnew: Common Agricultural Policy implementation bogged down in complexity for farmers (AGRI Committee, 10.07.2017)

06 JUL 2017: Gerard Batten and David Coburn: Obscene voting speed renders European Parliament a complete farce

06 JUL 2017: Tim Aker: The West should seek to prevent genocide in Burundi

06 JUL 2017: Margot Parker: China exerting undue influence on Hong Kong's political, legal and social life

05 JUL 2017: Roger Helmer: Two-seat parliament a perfect metaphor for the hubris and futility of EU project

05 JUL 2017: Raymond Finch: Stop treating other people's money with such contempt

05 JUL 2017: James Carver: Turkey is incompatible with EU membership

05 JUL 2017: James Carver: Conservative Party and Erdogan's AK party sit in the same Pan-European party (Bluecard Question to Tory MEP Charles Tannock)

05 JUL 2017: Raymond Finch: An EU post-Brexit economic war on the UK will see your huge trade surplus crumble

04 JUL 2017: James Carver urges France to resist pressure over permanent UN security council seat

04 JUL 2017: Patrick O'Flynn: We need to protect cultural values at home

04 JUL 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Taxpayers money for EU political projects

04 JUL 2017: Bill Etheridge: EU army and defence spending becoming a reality

04 JUL 2017: David Coburn to
Justice Commissioner Jourova: Politics before economics, that's your mantra (PANA committee, 03.07.2017)

04 JUL 2017: David Coburn: Locked up for catching a third fish

04 JUL 2017: David Coburn: EU tax disclosure proposal betrays a much wider ambition

03 JUL 2017: Julia Reid: Screening programmes required to stem rise in HIV and TB epidemics in Europe

03 JUL 2017: Margor Parker: Harmonisation of EU standards puts UK product quality at risk

03 JUL 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Is financial aid to Moldova a good use of EU taxpayers money?

22 JUN 2017: David Coburn: Our shipyards are dying to build a fishing fleet post Brexit (Fisheries committee, 21.06.201

22 JUN 2017: David Coburn: We are now leaving the EU and we want our fishing grounds back (Fisheries committee, 21.06.2017)

22 JUN 2017: Mike Hookem: British fishermen view Brexit as a way to control our waters again (Fisheries committee, 21.06.2017)

21 JUN 2017: Stuart Agnew asks for a delay in deadline for the Farming Ammonia Reduction Grant scheme
(AGRI committee, 20.06.2017)

21 JUN 2017: Stuart Agnew: Soil quality is not a competence of the European Union (AGRI committee, 20.06.2017)

21 JUN 2017:
David Coburn asks Commissioner Dombrovskis why the EU is so keen on increasing financial risk (ECON committee, 20.06.2017)

20 JUN 2017:
James Carver: The influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya (Foreign Affairs committee)

20 JUN 2017: Stuart Agnew: CO2 is an essential plant food and we need it badly (AGRI commitee)

20 JUN 2017: Stuart Agnew: If you're going to ban all the things you want to ban... (AGRI committee)

20 JUN 2017: William Dartmouth: When will WTO liberalisation of services take place? (International Trade committee, INTA)

20 JUN 2017: William Dartmouth: Opening up public procurement in third countries, or promoting the EU's political agenda? (INTA committee)

20 JUNE 2017: William Dartmouth: Politicised trade agreements are destructive of jobs and investment in the EU (INTA committee)

19 JUN 2017: Stuart Agnew: Potential problems in EU scheme on unfair trading in food supply chain

15 JUN 2017: Raymond Finch: You cannot legislate yourselves into prosperity

14 JUN 2017: Jonathan Arnott: European Political Parties exist only because we subsidise them

14 JUN 2017: Margot Parker: Child poverty in UK has risen by over 400,000 since Conservatives took power

14 JUN 2017: David Coburn: MEPs pushing forward agenda to ban economic competition between countries

14 JUN 2017: Raymond Finch: Anti-democratic EU vision based on opportunism, corporatism and neo-colonialism

14 JUN 2017: Roger Helmer: COP 21 climate agreement: An eye-watering amount of money for virtually no return

14 JUN 2017: Nigel Farage: Unless Theresa May delivers on Brexit, her own party will get rid of her