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In his monthly column, the leader of Britain’s Conservative MEPs explains how Vicky Ford and Kay Swinburne will play a crucial role.
Malcolm Harbour, who speaks on the Internal Market for the Conservatives in the European Parliament, has welcomed a proposal to allow small businesses to be made exempt from the EU Directive on annual reporting obligations. It would apply to companies with a turnover of less than one million euros and fewer than ten employees. Mr […]
Malcolm Harbour MEP is President of the European Internet Foundation and the Conservatives’ spokesman on consumer protection in the European Parliament. He has welcomed today a voluntary agreement from seventeen web firms (including Facebook, YouTube and MySpace) to better protect personal data and reduce cyber bullying and grooming. Easily accessible ‘report abuse’ buttons will be […]
Conservative MEP Geoffrey Van Orden has spoken out on the situation in Sri Lanka. The Tamil Tigers (LTTE) are being told to surrender unconditionally by the Sri Lankan government. The European Parliament is also calling on the LTTE to lay down its arms. Mr Van Orden comments: "The British government in particular, as well as […]
Conservative Internal Market spokesman Malcolm Harbour MEP has called on the Government and European Union to boost the car sales. Mr Harbour, who is a former director at Rover, comments: "The British government’s support package might have been sufficient several months ago but it now fails to hit the target and address the low demand […]