Wildlife seminar in the European Parliament

Catherine Bearder MEP will be chairing a wildlife policy seminar in the European Parliament in Brussels on September 8th from 12:30 to 15:00.

 

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Catherine Bearder MEP Wildlife Trafficking Report

Catherine Bearder MEP has drafted her report on the Commission’s Action Plan against Wildlife Trafficking.

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WATCH: Catherine Bearder MEP on Brexit: The 48% must not be forgotten

Liberal Democrat MEP Catherine Bearder gives a speech on Brexit at the European Parliament, 5th July 2016. The 48% must not be forgotten, the Liberal Democrats will keep fighting for Britain's place in the EU.

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UK government must commit to new EU air quality law

The UK government has been urged to stick to a new EU air quality law that is expected to almost halve the number of premature deaths caused by pollution.

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Success! EU countries agree measures to tackle tax avoidance

Commenting on today’s agreement amongst EU governments on far-reaching measures to tackle corporate tax avoidance, Liberal Democrat MEP Catherine Bearder said:

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EU Court confirms UK can restrict child benefits and tax credits in “victory for Britain”

In a landmark judgement, the EU’s top court today confirmed the UK can restrict child benefit and child tax credit for arrivals from the EU using a “right to reside test.”

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MEPs For Wildlife Letter: Ban on domestic rhino horn trade

MEPs For Wildlife have sent a letter to President Zuma calling for immediate action to prevent further poaching of South African rhinos.

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In the EU we can put illegal wildlife traffickers behind bars

A report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has revealed that the illegal wildlife trafficking is now a major global organised crime.

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Children reported as victims of human trafficking across South East

The National Crime Agency has published figures showing there were 62 children reported as victims of human trafficking in South East England during 2015.

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WHO report: Southampton, Oxford and Eastbourne among UK's most polluted cities

Southampton, Oxford and Eastbourne have been named as one of the most polluted cities in the UK in a report published today by the World Health Organisation.

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