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How do we secure a progressive Brexit and protect Labour's hard-won EU victories?

Labour MEPs, MPs and trade unionists discussed how Labour can achieve the best deal for Britain in the Brexit negotiations, at the EPLP fringe event on "Securing a Progressive Brexit"... Read more

If the Tory Brexit deal with the EU is not right, we must fight it, warn Labour MEPs

Glenis Willmott MEP, Labour’s Leader in the European Parliament, told the Labour Party Conference today: Read more

EPLP at Labour Party Conference 2016

Labour's MEPs will once again be at the Labour Party Conference this autumn. This year's conference will be in Liverpool from September 24-28. We'll have a fringe event, a rally... Read more

Labour MEPs: King’s approval by MEPs as EU Security Union Commissioner “great news” for Britain

MEPs have today approved the UK's new Commissioner-designate, Sir Julian King, as Commissioner for the Security Union. Read more

As Juncker delivers State of Union speech, Labour MEPs warn hasty Brexit will be disastrous

Labour MEPs will warn the European Parliament that Brexit will be the “mother of all divorce cases” and will be “disastrous” if done hastily, reiterating how the UK government remains... Read more

Labour MEPs: Appointment of new EU Security Commissioner shows UK continues to have strong, positive role in Europe

The appointment of a new British Commissioner to the Security Union portfolio will ensure the UK continues to have a strong, positive role in Europe, Labour MEPs have said ahead... Read more

The vacuum beneath Theresa May’s Brexit soundbites

Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, met Theresa May in Downing Street yesterday to discuss Brexit. Read more

May must be honest and open to scrutiny on Brexit, warn Labour MEPs

Commenting of today’s cabinet meeting on Brexit, Glenis Willmott MEP, Labour's Leader in the European Parliament, said: Read more

As EU gets tough on tax dodging, UK must not become a fat cat tax haven, warn Labour MEPs

Labour MEPs have warned that the UK must not become a post-Brexit tax haven following the European Commission’s record €13 billion (£11.1bn) fining of Apple for unpaid taxes. Read more

Post-referendum Q&A

Following the referendum, what happens now? And what happens next? We answer the key questions people have been asking... Read more

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