• Seb
  • Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament
  • Member
  • United Kingdom Labour Party
  • Date of birth: 1 December 1981, London


  • ENVI Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
  • DACP Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly
  • DLAT Delegation to the Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly


  • DEVE Committee on Development
  • DCAM Delegation for relations with the countries of Central America

Most recent activities

Answer to Written Question E-006718/2017

01-03-2018 E-001314/2018 Commission

Research into health impacts of plastic use

22-01-2018 E-000329/2018 Commission

Debate with the Taoiseach of Ireland Leo Varadkar on the Future of Europe (debate)

17-01-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)01-17(8)
  • RT @lisaocarroll: BREAKING: Campaigners for Britons in Europe say that “contrary to what Davis and Barnier are saying” deal does not provide certainty for EU citizens. Say they are concerned over restrictions on freedom of movement. “Cheddar cheese will have more free movement rights than we will”
    19/03/2018 16:47 - twitter
  • RT @UKLabour: Get ready for #LabourLive! On Saturday 16 June we’ll be joined by people across music, art and politics for a festival that brings together our incredible movement. Register for tickets now ↓
    19/03/2018 16:33 - twitter
  • RT @davidallengreen: No serious potential trade partner will want a trade deal with UK until the shape of the UK and EU trade relationship becomes clear. Perhaps the best the UK can hope for by 2020 are deals replicating the ones it already has as part of EU, which is a bit of a waste of time.
    19/03/2018 16:23 - twitter
  • RT @davidallengreen: The agreement could have been signed last summer, given it is more or less just what the EU demanded in its April 2017 guidelines.
    19/03/2018 15:49 - twitter
  • RT @Open_Britain: Since the ref, the Gov have made at least 7 major promises about the transition period. Today’s draft agreement shows these promises have all now been broken, and that all transition does is move us from being a rule maker to a rule taker. 1/8
    19/03/2018 15:48 - twitter
  • Good take. It’s becoming clearer the government hasn’t a clue how to solve the issues thrown up by Brexit. Ignoring them won’t make them go away, and getting to March 2019 and dealing with them during the transition would be an appalling risk. This whole thing is a car crash.
    19/03/2018 15:45 - twitter



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