Terence WYNN
Terence WYNN
United Kingdom

Date of birth : , Wigan

6th parliamentary term Terence WYNN

Political groups

  • 20-07-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Socialist Group in the European Parliament - Member

National parties

  • 20-07-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Labour Party (United Kingdom)

Vice-Chair

  • 22-09-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Delegation for relations with Australia and New Zealand
  • 14-10-2004 / 08-06-2005 : Temporary committee on policy challenges and budgetary means of the enlarged Union 2007-2013

Member

  • 21-07-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Committee on Budgetary Control
  • 21-07-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
  • 15-09-2004 / 21-09-2004 : Delegation for relations with Australia and New Zealand

Substitute

  • 21-07-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Committee on Budgets
  • 15-09-2004 / 27-08-2006 : Delegation for relations with South Africa

Activities

Contributions to plenary debates

Speeches made during the plenary session and written declarations relating to plenary debates. Rules Rule 204 and 171(11)

Reports - as rapporteur

A rapporteur is appointed in the responsible parliamentary committee to draft a report on proposals of a legislative or budgetary nature, or other issues. In drafting their report, rapporteurs may consult with relevant experts and stakeholders. They are also responsible for the drafting of compromise amendments and negotiations with shadow rapporteurs. Reports adopted at committee level are then examined and voted on in plenary. Rule 55

Opinions - as rapporteur

Committees may draft an opinion to a report of the responsible committee covering the elements linked to their committee remit. Rapporteurs of such opinions are also responsible for the drafting of compromise amendments and negotiations with shadow rapporteurs of the opinion. Rule 56, Rule 57, Annex VI

Proposal for a Council regulation on the common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector

06-10-2005 CONT_AD(2005)362410 PE362.410v02-00 CONT
Terence WYNN

Parliamentary questions

Questions for oral answer with debate may be tabled by a committee, a political group or at least 5% of Parliament’s component Members . The addressees are other EU institutions. The Conference of Presidents decides whether, and in what order, questions are placed on the final draft agenda for a Plenary sitting. Rule 128

Questions to the ECB and concerning the SSM and the SRM

Members can put questions for written reply to the ECB and questions concerning the Single Supervisory Mechanism and the Single Resolution Mechanism. Such questions are first submitted to the Chair of the responsible committee.Rule 140, Rule 141, Annex III

Answers to questions to the ECB and concerning the SSM and the SRM

Reply to members’ questions to the ECB and questions concerning the Single Supervisory Mechanism and the Single Resolution Mechanism. Rule 140, Rule 141, Annex III

Written declarations (up to 16 January 2017)

**This instrument no longer exists since 16 January 2017**. A written declaration was an initiative on a matter falling within the EU’s competence. It could be co-signed by Members within a 3 month period.

WRITTEN DECLARATION on drift netting for salmon at sea

24-10-2005 P6_DCL(2005)0063 Lapsed
Terence WYNN Paulo CASACA Neil PARISH Catherine STIHLER Elspeth ATTWOOLL
Date opened : 24-10-2005
Lapse date : 24-01-2006
Number of signatories : 61 - 24-01-2006

WRITTEN DECLARATION on rising international concern over the farming of bear bile in China

26-09-2005 P6_DCL(2005)0052 Adopted
David MARTIN Terence WYNN Peter SKINNER Robert EVANS Neil PARISH
Date opened : 26-09-2005
Lapse date : 26-12-2005
Adopted (date) : 17-01-2006
List of signatories : P6_TA(2006)0008
Number of signatories : 377 - 26-12-2005

Attendance list

This attendance record is an extract from the Minutes of plenary sittings of the 6th parliamentary term. The information therein is supplied for information purposes only and covers the Member's term of office in the European Parliament. It is raw data and does not include corrections for justified absence because of illness, maternal/paternal leave, authorised parliamentary delegation business etc.