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


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


  • 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

  • Yesterday Amber Rudd said there were no removal targets. Now we know that, in 2015, the Home Office set a target of 12,000 voluntary departures of people they regarded as having no right to stay in the UK. While the Home Secretary is - quite rightly - feeling the heat, let's not forget it was the Prime Minister who created this "hostile environment" and pulled the "tens of thousands" net migration figure out of thin air. We mustn't let her off the hook.
    26/04/2018 17:12 - facebook
  • This sunny weekend, I visited Sutton Green Party who gave me a tour of the Hackbridge area. It’s a disgrace that the Lib Dem-dominated council has stood by and allowed profiteering companies to destroy large parts of this area’s rich ecosystem. It's clear they have no regard for the local environment or for our health. We must act *now* to ensure that this area's beautiful, diverse ecosystem can continue to be enjoyed by local people and future generations.
    25/04/2018 17:22 - facebook
  • As the 5-year Bangladesh Accord expires, it's crucial that big brands sign-up to its replacement (that includes you Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, Nike and Levi's!). It's also a reminder of what can be achieved when we work across borders to improve workers' rights. Will the UK continue to use its trade agreements to improve human rights elsewhere after Brexit? Unfortunately, I fear that the leaders of our new “global Britain” only have their own interests at heart. My piece for Left Foot Forward 👇
    25/04/2018 13:34 - facebook
  • Just a few of the positive changes that Green MEPs backed in Strasbourg last week...! (and a glimpse of some of the protections that the UK is likely to miss out on after Brexit)
    24/04/2018 12:23 - facebook
  • However much Amber Rudd and Theresa May skirt around the issue, innocent people are at risk so long as the "hostile environment" remains in place. My letter in today's London Evening Standard 👇
    23/04/2018 18:56 - facebook
  • Since the 2016 referendum campaign, EU nationals have had a taste of life in a “hostile” state. Having been used as bargaining chips in negotiations and left in the dark about their rights and freedoms, EU nationals in the UK already know what it feels like to be treated as second-class citizens in the country they call home. After March 29th next year, this will only get worse. Read my full blog post on how the "hostile environment" is likely to be significantly expanded after Brexit here 👇
    21/04/2018 11:34 - facebook



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