Easter Parliamentary recess allows me to spend more time on Anglesey and engage with people on a range of issues.
One such issue is the need to focus on the future and give our young people hope as we come out of a global recession. 304 more words
The EU’s financial chief has promised some of the toughest curbs on the controversial use of high-frequency trading highlighted by author Michael Lewis in Flash Boys. 167 more words
The European Parliament have voted to support Green Party measures which will improve the design of lorries to make them safer for cyclists.
The new legislation, on the dimensions of trucks in Europe, will force manufactures to improve windows and mirrors to heighten cyclists’ visibility – which in turn could save hundreds of lives in London and across Europe. 216 more words
In December 2013, the European Civil Service Tribunal (ECST) ruled in favour of an Accredited Parliamentary Assistant (APA), who, supported by Union Syndicale, introduced an appeal against the European Parliament (EP) on grounds of moral harassment by her supervisor, an influential MEP. 610 more words