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Rupert LOWE Rupert LOWE
Rupert LOWE
United Kingdom

Date of birth : , Oxford

9th parliamentary term Rupert LOWE

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 Budgets
  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Committee on Constitutional Affairs
  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Delegation for relations with Australia and New Zealand


  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
  • 02-07-2019 / 31-01-2020 : Delegation for relations with the Pan-African Parliament

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)

Other parliamentary activities

Written explanations of vote

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

Financial assistance to Member States to cover serious financial burden inflicted on them following a UK's withdrawal from the EU without an agreement (A9-0020/2019 - Younous Omarjee)


Brexit Party MEPs voted against this legislative report, which concerns amending the European Union Solidarity Fund to cover the ‘financial burden’ that a no-deal Brexit could represent for Member States. We believe that this is highly political, as it is likening no-deal Brexit to a natural disaster, whilst also taking away funds from genuine natural disaster victims. For these reasons, we cannot support this report.

Objection pursuant to Rule 112: partially granting an authorisation for a use of chromium trioxide (Cromomed S.A. and others) (B9-0151/2019)


I abstained on this resolution because it should be a decision made at nation state level and not by the EU for all 28 Member States.

Effects of the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook Group (RC-B9-0118/2019, B9-0118/2019, B9-0119/2019, B9-0120/2019, B9-0121/2019, B9-0122/2019, B9-0124/2019)


The Brexit Party MEPs voted against many of the amendments on this motion for resolution concerning the effects of bankruptcy of Thomas Cook Group. Many of these are calling for more EU action to be taken and funds to be created in the event of similar events happening in the travel and tourism sector. We also voted in favour of any amendments that would reduce any future harmonisation in this area. Whilst we are of course sympathetic to those who have been affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook, more EU legislation is not the answer.


Original signed/dated declaration archived by the European Parliament.