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Philip Bradbourn OBE MEP 1951 – 2014

I am deeply saddened that my friend and colleague Phil Bradbourn has passed away. I have known Phil for nearly forty years, from our days as Young Conservative activists in the West Midlands, through to recent times working together as MEPs. He has been a real champion of our Region and its people in the European Parliament and well respected across the political spectrum. I will miss him greatly as will all his friends and colleagues. Philip Bradbourn achieved a lifetime ambition with his election as a Conservative MEP for the...


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McIntyre: Region in the vanguard on employee ownership (11th February 2015)

The West Midlands is leading the way when it comes to employees owning a stake in the company they work for, the European Parliament heard. Conservative MEP Anthea McIntyre said employer ownership was on the decline in many countries, but in the UK is was a huge success story and many of the best examples were to be found in her home region. She was speaking during a debate in Strasbourg on "promotion of employee financial participation". Miss McIntyre, Conservative employment spokesman in the parliament, said: "Last year saw more people in work...


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Coventry Warwickshire First (6th February 2015)

Local Nuneaton businesses from the Finance and Banking sectors came together as part of ‘Coventry Warwickshire First’ with their aim to being the voice of local professionals in the corridors of power. The group aims at business development, networking and local insight. They invited Anthea McIntyre, Conservative MEP for the West Midlands, to hear about her work on the Employment Committee in the European Parliament. Miss McIntyre began by explaining the European Parliament, the election system and how she came to take her seat in 2011.  She went on...


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North Warwickshire businesses given chance to discuss their role in the EU (30th January 2015)

  Small business owners from North Warwickshire were last week invited to take part in a question and answer session with prospective local MP Craig Tracey and MEP for the West Midlands Anthea McIntyre at a breakfast meeting at the Coleshill Hotel.   Discussions ranged from the importance of giving younger people in schools more business and entrepreneurial skills, the EU’s role in creating jobs and supporting small business owners. The local business owners were also able to raise the challenges that they face.   Craig Tracey, who runs his own small business, an insurance...


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McIntyre encourages bringing jobs back to Europe (28th January 2015)

  Anthea McIntyre, chairman of the ECR working group on Better Regulation and Re-shoring, today hosted a round table discussion on how to bring jobs back to Europe. The round table discussion consisted of five panellists, all of whom have years of business expertise, particularly in re-shoring. Speaking at the working group, Miss McIntyre identified the many topics covered in the hearing, saying: "We have discussed energy costs and stability of supply, the importance of matching skills with the needs of business and especially the so called STEM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering and...


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