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Christina Sheila JORDAN Christina Sheila JORDAN
Christina Sheila JORDAN
United Kingdom

9th parliamentary term Christina Sheila JORDAN

Political groups

  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Non-attached Members

National parties

  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : The Brexit Party (United Kingdom)


  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Delegation for relations with India

Main parliamentary activities

Contributions to plenary debates

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

Situation in Moldova (debate)

16-07-2019 P9_CRE-REV(2019)07-16(2-270-0000)

Other parliamentary activities

Written explanations of vote

Members can submit a written explanation of their vote in plenary. Rule 194

Periods of application of Regulation (EU) 2019/501 and Regulation (EU) 2019/502 ( - Karima Delli)


. ‒ The Brexit party voted in favour of this urgency procedure. The report seeks to ensure that air and road travel is not disrupted in case of no deal Brexit, updating the date of implementation to take into account the seven months extension. The Brexit party voted in favour as we support bringing forward this report in order to prepare for Brexit.

Eurojust and Serbia Cooperation Agreement (A9-0009/2019 - Juan Fernando López Aguilar)


The Brexit Party have voted to abstain on this report. Whilst data exchanges and cooperation, particularly for the purpose of combatting serious crime, are very important we do not support this being facilitated at EU level. However, if the sovereign nation of Serbia wishes to participate it would not be appropriate to block their decision. Therefore, as we support the underlying principle of cooperation and data sharing to combat serious crime, but not the EU facilitating it, we felt that abstaining was most suitable.

Adjustments to the amounts mobilised from the Flexibility Instrument for 2019 to be used for migration, refugee inflows and security threats (A9-0013/2019 - John Howarth)


The Brexit Party voted in favour of this budgetary proposal. The original Commission proposal was to reduce a payment plan for future EU spending in the field of migration and security. This proposal was linked to the Draft Amending Budget Number 4, which should have led to a reduction in Member States’ contributions; however, a Labour MEP managed to make amendments to reverse this. In this case, however, the proposition was to support the original proposal to cut EU funding, not the amendments by the rapporteur, so we voted in favour.


Original signed/dated declaration archived by the European Parliament.