Charles TANNOCK
  • Charles
    TANNOCK
  • Groupe des Conservateurs et Réformistes européens
  • Membre
  • Royaume-Uni Conservative Party
  • Date de naissance : 25 septembre 1957, Aldershot, Hants

Intervention(s) en séance plénière

271

Détérioration de la liberté des médias en Biélorussie, notamment le cas de Charte 97

04-10-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)10-04(5.1)

Situation au Yémen (débat)

02-10-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)10-02(14)

Ouganda, arrestation de députés de l'opposition

13-09-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)09-13(6.1)

État des relations UE-États-Unis (débat)

11-09-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)09-11(16)

La situation d'urgence en Libye et en Méditerranée (débat)

11-09-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)09-11(18)

Crise politique en Moldavie suite à l'invalidation des élections locales à Chisinau (débat)

05-07-2018 P8_CRE-REV(2018)07-05(4.1)

Somalie (débat)

05-07-2018 P8_CRE-REV(2018)07-05(4.2)

La crise migratoire et la situation humanitaire au Venezuela et à ses frontières (débat)

03-07-2018 P8_CRE-REV(2018)07-03(19)

Épidémie d'Ebola en République démocratique du Congo (débat)

03-07-2018 P8_CRE-REV(2018)07-03(20)

Rapport(s) - en tant que rapporteur

5

RAPPORT sur le rapport 2016 de la Commission sur le Monténégro

AFET
02-03-2017 A8-0050/2017

Rapport(s) - en tant que rapporteur fictif

28

RAPPORT sur l’état des relations entre l’Union européenne et les États-Unis d’Amérique

AFET
10-07-2018 A8-0251/2018

RAPPORT Rapport annuel sur la mise en œuvre de la politique étrangère et de sécurité commune

AFET
13-11-2017 A8-0350/2017

Avis - en tant que rapporteur

2

AVIS sur le projet de décision du Conseil relative à la conclusion de l’accord économique et commercial global (AECG) entre le Canada, d’une part, et l’Union européenne et ses États membres, d’autre part

AFET
29-11-2016 AFET_AD(2016)592207

AVIS sur la prévention de la radicalisation et du recrutement de citoyens de l'Union par des organisations terroristes

AFET
18-09-2015 AFET_AD(2015)560548

Avis - en tant que rapporteur fictif

10

AVIS sur le projet de budget général de l’Union européenne pour l’exercice 2019

AFET
31-08-2018 AFET_AD(2018)623654

AVIS sur la proposition de décision du Parlement européen et du Conseil accordant une assistance macrofinancière supplémentaire à l’Ukraine

AFET
16-05-2018 AFET_AD(2018)620988

AVIS sur les femmes, l'égalité des genres et la justice climatique

AFET
23-11-2017 AFET_AD(2017)609665

AVIS sur la stratégie UE-Afrique: un coup d’accélérateur au développement

AFET
05-09-2017 AFET_AD(2017)606203

AVIS sur la proposition de règlement du Parlement européen et du Conseil établissant un cadre de l’Union pour la réinstallation et modifiant le règlement (UE) nº 516/2014 du Parlement européen et du Conseil

AFET
01-06-2017 AFET_AD(2017)601073

AVIS sur la proposition de règlement du Parlement européen et du Conseil instituant un régime de l’Union de contrôle des exportations, des transferts, du courtage , de l’assistance technique et du transit en ce qui concerne les biens à double usage (refonte)

AFET
31-05-2017 AFET_AD(2017)602925

AVIS sur l'avenir des relations ACP-UE au-delà de 2020

AFET
31-08-2016 AFET_AD(2016)582441

AVIS sur "Vers un nouvel accord international sur le climat à Paris"

AFET
01-09-2015 AFET_AD(2015)560685

AVIS sur le secteur privé et le développement

AFET
24-06-2015 AFET_AD(2015)552030

AVIS sur les recommandations à la Commission concernant les négociations du partenariat transatlantique de commerce et d'investissement

AFET
01-04-2015 AFET_AD(2015)546630

Propositions de résolutions

423

Proposition de résolution commune sur la situation au Yémen

03-10-2018 RC-B8-0444/2018

  Motion for a resolution on mass arbitrary detention of Uyghurs and Kazakhs in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region

01-10-2018 B8-0461/2018

NB : Cette proposition de résolution n'est disponible que dans sa langue originale

  Motion for a resolution on the UAE , notably the situation of human rights defender Ahmed Mansoor

01-10-2018 B8-0458/2018

NB : Cette proposition de résolution n'est disponible que dans sa langue originale

  Motion for a resolution on deterioration of media freedom in Belarus, notably the case of Charter 97

01-10-2018 B8-0451/2018

NB : Cette proposition de résolution n'est disponible que dans sa langue originale

Proposition de résolution on the situation in Yemen

01-10-2018 B8-0444/2018

Proposition de résolution commune sur le Cambodge, en particulier sur le cas de Kem Sokha

12-09-2018 RC-B8-0366/2018

Propositions individuelles de résolutions

1

Déclaration(s) écrite(s)

1

Déclaration écrite sur la commémoration des victimes de l’Holocauste et le soutien à la création du mémorial de l’Holocauste de Babi Yar

12-12-2016 P8_DCL(2016)0136 Caduque

Détails

Ioan Mircea PAŞCU , Petras AUŠTREVIČIUS , Bas BELDER , Michał BONI , Rebecca HARMS , Frédérique RIES , Charles TANNOCK , Hannu TAKKULA , Boris ZALA , Janusz ZEMKE

Date d'ouverture : 12-12-2016
Échéance : 12-03-2017
Nombre de signataires : 135 - 13-03-2017

Questions écrites

82

  EU citizens' rights within the Withdrawal Agreement

11-10-2018 P-005184/2018 Conseil

  VP/HR - Northern Power Plant - Chunnakam, Sri Lanka

03-10-2018 E-005058/2018 Commission

  British residents living in the EU-27 working across borders

26-09-2018 E-004858/2018 Commission

  VP/HR - Political prisoners in Myanmar

26-09-2018 E-004857/2018 Commission

  Persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslims in Pakistan

12-07-2018 E-003883/2018 Commission

  Extrajudicial killings in the Philippines and Pakistan

06-06-2018 E-003072/2018 Commission

  Complaints regarding an abuse of a dominant position received under Article 102 TFEU

08-05-2018 E-002535/2018 Commission

  Transport and availability of medical radio isotopes following Brexit

28-02-2018 E-001222/2018 Commission

  VP/HR - Forced labour among migrants in Libya

31-01-2018 E-000532/2018 Commission

  VP/HR - Situation in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

13-12-2017 P-007663/2017 Commission

Questions orales

4

Explications de vote écrites

53

 

Libre circulation des données à caractère non personnel dans l'Union européenne (A8-0201/2018 - Anna Maria Corazza Bildt)

04-10-2018

I am pleased to vote in favour of this report on the free flow of non-personal data in the EU. It is hard to think of an industry that does not rely heavily on digital technologies and so removing technical barriers within the digital single market should only encourage growth and innovation. The free-flow of electronic data is vital to many industries and yet territorial obligations on the location of data centres is still enforced in certain Member States. It is right that individual governments retain the power to insist that certain data sets relating to national security remain within the boundaries of that Member State and I am pleased that the rapporteur has insisted on this point in the report. The digital world is moving forward apace and this regulation shows that the EU is doing everything possible to keep up.

 

Evaluation des technologies de la santé (A8-0289/2018 - Soledad Cabezón Ruiz)

03-10-2018

Ever since the European Medicines Agency was set up in 1995 in my constituency of London we have seen the benefits that joint clinical assessments of medical treatments at EU level can bring. However, it is clear that the medicines system in Europe needs to improve. The June 2016 Council Conclusions underlined the concern that despite spiralling costs of drugs, it is not always a given that new medicines will advance treatments or give significantly improved outcomes to patients. This is why it is now a positive step for the Commission to consider setting up a stable system for assessing health technologies at EU level so that Member States are not duplicating each others’ assessments and requiring health technology companies to share information numerous times. There are some concerns in the report relating to compulsory participation of Member States in assessment reports and it is important that the principle of subsidiarity is respected. For this reason I abstain on the report but am acutely aware cooperation at this level is simple common sense and I sincerely hope that it will be carried over to the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU.

 

Fourniture de services de médias audiovisuels (A8-0192/2017 - Sabine Verheyen, Petra Kammerevert)

02-10-2018

The pace of change in the way television, film and other video content is consumed has been extraordinarily rapid. In the space of only a few years the tradition of turning on the TV to watch a favourite show at a set time has all but disappeared and in its place a huge amount of content is now available on demand, on a mobile phone or tablet. It is right therefore that regulations are updated to reflect the realities of this changing market. Old media channels are justified in their call for a level playing field and new media sources should be held responsible for protecting children from harmful content and ensuring that incitement to violence and child sexual abuse images are categorically not tolerated. However, the rapporteur’s wish to include all live-streaming actors is problematic given the numbers of amateur "vloggers" and the sheer proportion of content now available online. For this reason I will be abstaining on the report. Updating this regulation is worthwhile but it must be workable and balanced and not impede the audio-visual industry in Europe.

 

Une stratégie européenne sur les matières plastiques dans une économie circulaire (A8-0262/2018 - Mark Demesmaeker)

13-09-2018

I am pleased to vote in favour of this report which sends a firm signal on the need to reduce plastic pollution and promote a circular economy within plastic manufacturing. Plastic is still a vital product for the functioning of our society and economy but action needs to be taken to change the way products are designed, produced and recycled before our environment is irreparably damaged. Public understanding of this damage that single-use plastics in particular can cause is increasing and the EU and National governments need to pursue measures that will continue to encourage changes in consumer behaviour. It is telling that the UK government hope to work closely with the Commission on the plastics strategy even after Brexit, demonstrating that there are very few areas where working alone would be more effective that working together. It is hoped that the UK will continue to play an active role on a multi-lateral level in order to battle the negative impacts of plastic use.

 

L'Europe en mouvement: programme pour l’avenir de la mobilité dans l’UE (A8-0241/2018 - István Ujhelyi)

13-09-2018

The digital revolution is having a profound impact on mobility in the EU. In my constituency of London millions now use the internet to book taxis, reserve cars from car-sharing pools and use other sharing economy solutions to get from A to B. It is hoped that these changes will create a more sustainable and competitive transport sector but much work needs to be undertaken to ensure that the automotive industry is able to thrive. Workers need to be re-skilled and investment in research must keep pace with a changing world. The automotive industry adds over 20 billion pounds to the British economy every year and so the UK government needs to ensure that they are not shut out of future EU-wide cooperation. In particular, negotiations surrounding the customs union and access to the single market for goods post Brexit need to take into account as a top priority the ‘just-in-time’ import arrangements for car parts that the UK industry relies on so heavily. I welcome a digital future for mobility but I abstain on this report given that it focuses on MFF priorities for the EU which will regrettably no longer include the UK.

 

Les conséquences de la politique de cohésion de l’Union sur l’Irlande du Nord (A8-0240/2018 - Derek Vaughan)

11-09-2018

I welcome this report into the impact of cohesion policy on Northern Ireland. It has come at an important time during the Brexit negotiations and sheds light on the many EU-funded programmes that have helped to underpin economic development and social progress in Northern Ireland, most notably the PEACE Programme and Interreg. I consider the suggestion to continue these EU Peace Programmes post 2020 to be a generous offer that should not be quickly rejected in the heat of debate over the meaning of national sovereignty. The Irish border will be a key gateway to the EU after Brexit and anything that can be done to preserve the peace and prosperity of Northern Ireland amidst the Brexit shake-up should be welcomed.

 

73e session de l'Assemblée générale des Nations unies (A8-0230/2018 - Eugen Freund)

05-07-2018

In an age of rising nationalism across Europe, an ‘American first’ policy direction in the US and a Brexit referendum, close and effective multilateralism is needed now more than ever. The EU has developed a broad relationship with the UN, working together on issues such as development and climate change, conflict prevention, peacebuilding, development and human rights. I therefore welcome this report ahead of the 73rd UN General Assembly. Given that the two organisations are pursuing the same goals it is right that the EU continues to feed into discussions and to inform other UN members of EU opinions. However, we must be careful not to bypass the sovereignty of Member States who have their own seat at the table and for this reason I will be abstaining on the report, despite my strong support for the UN as an organisation.

 

Vers une stratégie extérieure de l’Union de lutte contre les mariages précoces et forcés (A8-0187/2018 - Charles Goerens)

04-07-2018

Early marriage is tragically still common and takes place in virtually all cultures and religions. If the situation continues there will be over a billion women in early or forced marriages by 2050. Forcing or arranging early marriages is classed as a grave human rights abuse and so I welcome this report on the next steps of the EU external strategy against the practice. I am proud that the UK government has been leading international efforts to end forced marriages and strengthened laws in 2014 making forced marriage a criminal offence. I would urge all Member States to do likewise so that Europe continues to be a continent known for its resolute protection of the vulnerable. Given that the number of forced marriages increases in areas of instability caused by war or natural disasters it is vital that Member States coordinate their activities for the prosperity of all and that Brexit and other threats to multilateral cooperation do not hinder these efforts. I am pleased to vote in favour of this report and I very much hope that Europe can be a place where forced marriage is unheard of and which influences other world nations to that effect.

 

L'impression en trois dimensions: droits de propriété intellectuelle et responsabilité civile (A8-0223/2018 - Joëlle Bergeron)

03-07-2018

. ‒ My constituency of London is now known as the city that produces the most 3D printed products in the world. Hubs of technology innovation are springing up, particularly in the East End, where 3D printing companies are not only manufacturing but also designing tomorrow’s cutting-edge products. However, the market for this technology is still relatively marginal and there are several challenges ahead if the EU is to reap the full benefits of this innovation. Firstly, intellectual property rules need to be carefully tailored to ensure that the creators and rights-holders of digital files and printing machines are properly remunerated. And secondly, civil liability and responsibility, should printed products mal-function, is also a complicated issue. I welcome this report, which calls for a cautious approach and tailor-made surgical legislation that anticipates problems without putting up barriers to business growth. I am pleased to vote in favour and I sincerely hope that the UK watches proceedings very carefully to ensure that our thriving 3D printing industry is not shut out of the European market post Brexit.

 

Obstacles structurels et financiers limitant l'accès à la culture (A8-0169/2018 - Bogdan Andrzej Zdrojewski)

14-06-2018

Culture in all its forms enriches life, communities and the economy. In my constituency of London, we see first-hand how world-class orchestras, theatres, film, museums and the visual arts enhance the city and impact the country and the continent as a whole through the tourism and partnership with other cultural institutions that they create. I therefore voted in favour of this own-initiative report, which analyses the obstacles to cultural access and participation. It is most likely the case that cultural institutions will always have to live with the uncertainty of where their next tranche of funding will come from, but it is still important to assess where financial barriers exist and how to overcome them. It is up to each Member State to ensure that their cultural sectors receive the funding they require, but voluntary action based on the Open Method of Coordination will only improve the situation. As the UK loses the headquarters of the European Youth Orchestra to Italy, it remains to be seen how the British Government will continue to support the quest for excellence of our cultural institutions in a post-Brexit world.

Contacts

Bruxelles

  • Parlement européen
    Bât. Willy Brandt
    04M081
    60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
    B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Strasbourg

  • Parlement européen
    Bât. Louise Weiss
    T11065
    1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman
    CS 91024
    F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Adresse postale

  • European Parliament
    Rue Wiertz
    Willy Brandt 04M081
    1047 Brussels