Jean LAMBERT
  • Jean
    LAMBERT
  • Groupe des Verts/Alliance libre européenne
  • Membre
  • Royaume-Uni Green Party
  • Date de naissance : 1 juin 1950, Orsett

Présidente

  • DSAS Délégation pour les relations avec les pays de l'Asie du Sud

Membre

  • CPDE Conférence des présidents des délégations
  • EMPL Commission de l'emploi et des affaires sociales

Membre suppléante

  • LIBE Commission des libertés civiles, de la justice et des affaires intérieures
  • D-IN Délégation pour les relations avec l'Inde
  • D-AF Délégation pour les relations avec l'Afghanistan

Dernières activités

  • Ahead of #EuropeDay some timely words... Europe has never had an easy story but for the first time we risk going backwards. We must not forget what solidarity means.
    06/05/2016 19:04 - facebook
  • The current EU asylum system is broken but the reforms proposed today in Brussels will not give the solidarity Europe needs. There is a need to take much greater account of asylum seekers’ preferences and existing ties, otherwise asylum seekers will continue to take dangerous routes and use people smugglers. The European Union is absolutely the right place for governments to work together to deal with urgent cross-border issues like migration. The European Parliament now has a major responsibility to transform this proposal into something that shows solidarity for asylum seekers and the Member States most affected. http://www.jeanlambertmep.org.uk/2016/05/04/proposed-new-eu-asylum-rules-short-solidarity/
    04/05/2016 14:38 - facebook
  • Britain's 4.8 million small businesses have a big stake in the June 23 referendum on EU membership. For these small employers it's vital to think big and base a decision to leave or to remain on a long-term look ahead. We need to work towards a reformed EU that better supports businesses to navigate the reality that our environment and economy are inextricably linked and that we live on a planet of finite resources, while not undermining the need to provide decent jobs. Such progress is unlikely to come from a big-business biased UK government outside the EU. Whether it's market access or investment; environmental and product standards, or efficiency and workers' rights, overall the EU is already a good thing for British businesses. With a big, bold vision, and commitment to work with our neighbours to green the European economy as a whole, the EU can support small business to long-term success and sustainability. More on BusinessGreen
    03/05/2016 16:21 - facebook

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