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The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) is a conservative, anti-federalist and Eurosceptic political group in the European Parliament.
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ENG: The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) is a conservative, anti-federalist and Eurosceptic political group in the European Parliament. The group currently comprises 56 MEPs, making it the fifth-largest group in the European Parliament. Founded after the June 2009 European elections, it is based on the Movement for European Reform. The largest parties in the group are the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom, Law and Justice (PiS) and Poland Comes First (PJN) of Poland, and the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) of the Czech Republic. Most of the member parties joined from the European Democrats section of the EPP-ED and the Union for Europe of the Nations. In the media, the group is described as centre-right to right-wing. It is more eurosceptic than the three largest ...
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Head of Media - Conservative MEPs (ECR Group)


The European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament, which includes British Conservative MEPs, seeks to recruit a Head of Media for the UK Delegation (Conservatives in the European Parliament) to join its staff in Brussels. The Position: The Head of Media will work for the UK delegation of the ECR Group - the largest British delegation in the parliament - in carrying out a variety of tasks which may include inter alia: ... The post of Head of Media in the Secretariat, UK delegation of the ECR Group in the EP requires great flexibility and adaptability: highly ...


The party is over for Lajos Bokros


The MEP, from the Hungarian Democratic Front, sits in the ECR Group, but his party have been increasingly angry with his behaviour, 80% of the party's national assembly voted for him to go, and have written to him, and all MEPs, asking that he resign. As an added hint, they include a copy of the agreement he, and all other candidates signed, agreeing to step down if asked by the party. Helpfully, they included an English translation. ... So, why is the errant deputy staying in Brussels? Perhaps he likes the lifestyle, although he has been looking very despondent recently. Perhaps it is ...


Conservatives will ‘castrate’ Britain in the EU


- says French minister A French minister has accused the opposition Conservatives led by David Cameron (pictured) of "autism" on Europe, describing a campaign pledge to negotiate a return of powers from Brussels to London as "pathetic". France’s minister for European affairs, Pierre Lellouche, has warned that the Conservative Party’s stance on the European Union risked marginalising Britain in the 27-member bloc, in a scathing attack on the Tories’ policy towards Brussels."It's pathetic. It's just very sad to see Britain, so important in Europe, just cutting itself ...


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Hurdle cleared for ECR MEP’s proposals to improve regional development policy
Today the Regional Development Committee backed ECR member Ruža Tomašić’s plans to improve Technical Assistance for Member States in implementing the EU’s Cohesion Policy, with a overwhelming majority. The report ensures that local and regional authorities will receive Technical Assistance to strengthen their administration and capability to implement the Cohesion Policy. Ruža Tomašić’s aim is […]
Van Bossuyt: Geo-blocking proposals could reduce consumer choice
Independent music labels, e-book publishers and computer game creators could be hit by new European Parliament proposals intended to protect consumers. ECR MEPs are concerned at the inclusion of copyrighted material bought online in a report approved today by the European Parliament’s Internal Market Committee. It means that small publishers producing books in languages such […]
The Week Ahead – 24th – 28th April
Updated audiovisual media rules MEPs in the culture committee will vote on updated broadcasting rules that form a key part of the Commission’s Digital Single Market proposals. The revision of the current directive aims to better reflect rapid technological advances in the broadcasting sector and how people consume programmes and audiovisual content today. ECR MEPs […]
120m euros for free public wifi not the way to move Europe into digital age
Today MEPs in the parliament’s industry committee voted in favour of needless plans to subsidise public wifi in the EU. The original plans from the European Commission were submitted without an impact assessment and will draw €120 million in the first phase to equip up to 8,000 cities and municipalities with free wifi in libraries, […]



 
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