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ENG: Niranjan Joseph "Nirj" De Silva Deva-Aditya FRSA DL (born 11 May 1948) is a politician from the United Kingdom. A member of the Conservative Party, he has been a Member of the European Parliament representing South East England since 1999. He was previously a Member of Parliament (MP) in the British House of Commons from 1992 to 1997, representing the constituency of Brentford and Isleworth. Deva was born in Sri Lanka into a politically active family, and was raised in Britain. He was only the fourth Asian-born person to be elected a Member of the House of Commons, and was the first Asian-born person to be elected as a Conservative member of the European Parliament. Political career In 1992, Deva was elected to the House of Commons as MP for the London constituency of ...
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Nirj Deva and Martin Callanan congratulate new EP President


Strasbourg -Nirj Deva MEP, one of the three candidate for European Parliament President, and Martin Callanan MEP, Chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists group, congratulated the newly-elected President of the European Parliament today. Nirj Deva and Martin Callanan congratulate new EP President. Nirj Deva came second in the election with 142 votes. Martin Schulz - whose election was a formality after an agreement between the leaders of the two biggest groups in the parliament - received 387 votes, which is the lowest of any President in recent history. Speaking in the ...


Nirj Deva MEP for president


Presidency of the European Parliament - Elections As you may be aware on January 17th I stood on behalf of the Conservative Party and of our group in the Parliament (the European Conservative and Reformists or ‘ECR’) for the post – roughly analogous with the Speaker of the House of Commons - of President of the European Parliament. I stood, firstly, to break up the ‘deal’ by which a small parliamentary elite allocate all posts in the parliament without reference to any meaningful democratic process. Secondly, I sought to bring our reformist agenda, long ...


Nirj Deva wins Parliament Magazine Award


At their annual awards ceremony last night The Parliament Magazine awarded two ECR MEPs the prize of 'MEP of the Year' in their areas of work. Nirj Deva was given the award for development - chosen by a vote of his MEP peers. He is Vice President of the European Parliament's development committee. And Struan Stevenson was awarded the MEP of the Year award for his work on fisheries. He is senior Vice President of the parliament's fisheries committee. Read more and see video: Nirj Deva (30th November 2011)


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David Cameron's New Year message
In his New Year video message, David Cameron reflects on the Government's work over the past year and gives his best wishes for 2013.
Debates - Second amendment to the Cotonou Agreement of 23 June 2000 (debate) - Nirj Deva - Thursday, 13 June 2013 - Strasbourg - Provisional edition
Source : © European Union, 2013 - EP
Debates - Millennium development goals (debate) - Nirj Deva - Thursday, 13 June 2013 - Strasbourg - Provisional edition
Source : © European Union, 2013 - EP
Party Election Broadcast - April 2013
Our latest Party Election Broadcast shows how Conservatives in national and local government are helping with the cost of living by cutting income tax, freezing fuel duty and by giving local councils money to freeze council tax.



 
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