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Labour MEPs attack David Cameron's failure of statesmanship

Labour's Leader in Europe, Glenis Willmott MEP, has attacked David Cameron for a failure of statesmanship in negotiations over the next European Commission President. Read more

Labour MEP defends traffic light labelling from possible EU court case

Glenis Willmott, health spokesperson for Labour MEPs, has defended the UK's traffic light food labelling scheme amidst plans to refer it to the European Court of Justice tomorrow. Read more

Tory MEPs slammed for undermining British influence in Europe

Labour's Leader in the European Parliament hit out today at the decision of the Tory MEPs' ECR Group to admit Alternative für Deutschland into its ranks. Read more

Cameron's choice of allies makes it harder to achieve reform

This week we have once again seen the unacceptable face of the Tory Party with the news of new alliances with far-right parties in the European Parliament, writes Glenis Willmott...

Glenis Willmott re-elected Leader of Labour's MEPs

Glenis Willmott has been re-elected as the Leader of Labour’s MEPs. Read more

Labour doubles number of MEPs in London

Claude Moraes, Mary Honeyball, Lucy Anderson and Seb Dance have all been elected as MEPs for London. Read more

Labour victory in North East poll

Jude Kirton-Darling and Paul Brannen have been newly-elected as MEPs for the North East of England. Read more

Labour tops poll in North West

Theresa Griffin, Afzal Khan and Julie Ward have been newly-elected as MEPs for the North West of England. Read more

West Midlands increases number of Labour MEPs

Neena Gill and Siôn Simon have been elected as MEPs for the West Midlands. Read more

Yorkshire and the Humber gets extra Labour MEP

Linda McAvan and Richard Corbett have been elected as MEPs for Yorkshire and the Humber. Read more

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