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MEP dismay at EU decision to scrap Chief Scientific Advisor role (14th November 2014)

Conservative MEP, Anthea McIntyre, has today expressed her dismay at the European Commission’s decision not to renew the Chief Scientific Advisor role. The current EU Chief Scientific Adviser, Anne Glover, has been in her role since 2012. The role was created by the previous President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso.  The role has been under scrutiny since green groups published a letter in the summer to the incoming President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, urging him to scrap the role.  Miss McIntyre, an active Member of the European Parliament’s Agriculture...


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Holiday pay ruling exposes damaging EU directive (4th November 2014)

The Conservative employment spokesman in the European Parliament today said a landmark ruling on holiday pay demonstrated the damaging effects of the EU's Working Time Directive. Anthea McIntyre said:  "This may seem like good news for workers, but in fact it is bad news for the whole country. If the ruling stands it will add to the cost of the goods and services we all need every day. "It will make our businesses less competitive globally and ultimately that will damage the economy and cost jobs. When you burden business this way...


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Malvern brewery plays host to local MEP (14th November 2014)

Last week Malvern’s Friday Beer brewery welcomed special guest Anthea McIntyre MEP. Miss McIntyre, MEP for the West Midlands, came to visit the startup business that sells beer to over 45 outlets around Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, as well as to London’s prestigious Harrods department store. Anthea met Gerald Williams, Andrew Kier and Perry Jackson, the company’s three directors who began brewing three years ago in their kitchens. She was shown the brewing process and talked with the trio about the support they’ve had from the local community and from local government...


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European Court supports clampdown on EU benefits tourism (11th November 2014)

In a landmark case today the European Court of Justice has ruled that EU migrants moving to another country solely to access the benefits system can have their benefits curbed. The ruling has been welcomed by the Conservative Employment and Conservative Home Affairs spokesmen in the European Parliament, Anthea McIntyre MEP and Timothy Kirkhope MEP. The Court was asked to look into the case of a Romanian woman who moved to Germany with her child. She received German child benefit and social security payments but, owing to a poor level of...


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Visit to Redditch Barclays Branch (7th November 2014)

“Anthea recently visited Redditch Barclays Branch based in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre. This branch is one of the newest most modern branches in the Midlands. Most of the transactions undertaken by the public are dealt with by automated machines with little inter facing with branch staff, unless specifically requested. The branch is open plan and spacious.  Richard Stockland explained about the programmes Barclays are running for local communities including the widely advertised “LifeSkills”. This is a free, curriculum linked education programme that aims to equip one million young people...


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