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Tuesday, 25 October 2016 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Union legal framework for customs infringements and sanctions (A8-0239/2016 - Kaja Kallas)
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  Daniel Dalton (ECR), in writing. ‒ I cannot support this report, for although it is an improvement on the Commission proposal, it still proposes a harmonised sanctions regime across all 28 Member States of the EU, removing the possibility for national authorities to address infringements on a case by case basis, as the UK is currently free to do. There is a very real risk that the punitive and inflexible regime proposed in this report would damage trade, particularly amongst SMEs. For these reasons I cannot support this report.

 
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