AGRI Committee prepares its opinion on Novel Foods
The European Parliament Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development met to discuss the draft opinion on novel foods.. John Stuart Agnew said that the last time this was discussed, he mentioned bushmeat. The document said that this should meet the same standards, but he noted that this is not as easy as stated, as this meat is brought in by illicit means. He said that these animals can contain Ebola and are eaten without proper regulation. He said that this should be taken as seriously as discussions on GMOs.
Tuesday, 07 October 2014
Written by: Stuart Agnew
Posted in: Agriculture and Rural Development, Latest news, 2014, Newsroom, October, Stuart Agnew
Conservative plans to leave the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and create a British Bill of Rights are “Worthless”
Nigel Farage, UKIP’s leader said: “Whether they like it or not, we will never be free of the European Convention of Human Rights while we stay in the European Union. While the ECHR was initially a creation of the Council of Europe, the pan European body that stretches to the Urals, it is now an integrated part of the European Union.
Friday, 03 October 2014
Written by: Nigel Farage
Posted in: Press releases, 2014, Newsroom, October, Human Rights, Nigel Farage
An alternative vision for Europe’s health policy
The Five Star Movement promotes an alternative healthcare system where quality of health services takes priority over economic interests. The main objective of the movement is to reduce wasteful expenses and promote meritocracy through objective, clear and transparent criteria. This would avoid the migration of human and economic resources from the public to the private healthcare sector and reduce political nepotism.
Friday, 03 October 2014
Written by: Piernicola Pedicini
Posted in: Latest news, 2014, Newsroom, Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, October, Piernicola Pedicini
At the same time as David Cameron was making his keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference placing immigration controls at the very heart of his EU renegotiation strategy, pledging he will "not take no for an answer" on free movement; the European Commissioner in charge of employment and labour mobility was being questioned by UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall today at confirmation hearings at the European Parliament.
Wednesday, 01 October 2014
Written by: Paul Nuttall
Posted in: Press releases, 2014, Newsroom, Employment and Social Affairs, October, Paul Nuttall