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29.06.2016

Debate on Brexit and its consequences

UK referendum: European Parliament debate on outcome and consequences © European Union 2016 - EP

Opening the extraordinary session, European Parliament President Martin Schulz noted that this was the first time that a plenary session had been convened at such short notice, but also that the UK citizens’ decision to leave the EU was equally unprecedented. He warmly welcomed Lord Hill and thanked him for his work in the EU Commission and deciding to step down, having campaigned for Britain to remain in the EU. His statement was followed by standing ovations from both MEPs and Commissioners.

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From Brussels
28.06.2016

MEPs call for swift Brexit to end uncertainty and for deep EU reform

The UK must respect the wish of a majority of its citizens, entirely, fully and as soon as possible, by officially withdrawing from the EU before any new relationship arrangements can be made, says the European Parliament in a resolution voted after an extraordinary plenary debate on Tuesday. MEPs also stress the urgent need for reforms to ensure that the EU lives up to its citizens’ expectations.

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From Brussels
27.06.2016

Extraordinary plenary session Tuesday 28 June

To follow up the UK’s EU membership referendum, Parliament's Conference of Presidents (EP President and political group leaders) decided on Friday morning, to convene an extraordinary plenary session for 28 June at 10:00. During this session, MEPs will vote a resolution analysing the outcome and ways forward. EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Council representatives will take part.

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From Brussels
23.06.2016

“Baltic plan”: first long-term fishing plan under new Common Fisheries Policy

The EU multiannual plan for managing Baltic Sea cod, sprat and herring stocks was approved in plenary on Thursday. This is the first new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) regional plan that takes account of interactions between species. It aims to ensure the sustainability of fisheries and offer fishermen better economic conditions in the long run. Parliament and Council negotiators reached an informal agreement on it in March.

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From Brussels
12.05.2016

Mislabelled fish: MEPs call for strong traceability system

A strong traceability system for all fishery products sold in EU restaurants and shops would help to prevent cases of mislabelling, said MEPs in a resolution approved on Thursday. A sound EU fish labelling policy would in turn boost consumer confidence and the economic development of the EU fishing industry, they added.

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From Brussels
12.05.2016

EPP Group leads the move to allow EU consumers to know what fish they are eating

EPP Group leads the move to allow EU consumers to know what fish they are eating

"The resolution adopted by the European Parliament today is a clear signal to the European Commission and to European consumers: we need more transparency and traceability in product labelling of fisheries and aquaculture products at retail outlets and in restaurants. European consumers need to know what's on their plate!" explained Alain Cadec MEP, Chairman of the Fisheries Committee, following a vote on a resolution asking for better traceability of fishery products.

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From Brussels
10.05.2016

‘Occam’s razor’ principle means no to China’s market economy status

‘Occam’s razor’ principle means no to China’s market economy status

There are times where it may be good for the EU to apply “Occam’s razor” to its policies; a principle that gets its name from one of the most prominent representatives of European scientific thought. Chinese market economy status may be such a time, write a number of EPP MEPs.

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