EPLife- A view from Judith’s UK team in Brussels

Hello, Felix here from Judith’s UK team! Recently I had the chance to join Judith’s Brussels office team for a week. I thought I’d take over her blog this week and fill you in on some of the things I got up to! To begin with, the European Parliament is a pretty remarkable place. If … Continue reading EPLife- A view from Judith’s UK team in Brussels

South East MEP urges Cypriot Minister of Justice to review case of British Teenager;

Letter to George Saviddes Judith Bunting, Liberal Democrat MEP for South East England, has written to the Cypriot Minister of Justice and Public Order, George L. Savvides, in relation to the case of the British teenager who was recently convicted of 'public mischief'. The letter, which has been co-signed by a number of her colleagues … Continue reading South East MEP urges Cypriot Minister of Justice to review case of British Teenager;

CULT questions to the European Institution of Innovation and Technology :04/12/2019

On Wednesday I had the opportunity to ask questions of the European Institution of Innovation and Technology (EIT) as part of my role as the rapporteur for CULT on the Strategic Innovation Agenda (SIA). Put simply I am reviewing the impacts of the new proposals for EIT to continue in a wider capacity and am … Continue reading CULT questions to the European Institution of Innovation and Technology :04/12/2019

MEP Life 22- Commissioners, Budget and Europe wide Climate Emergency

Hello everybody and thanks, once again, for stopping by and taking the time to read MepLife. Work in the European Parliament powers on and, as you know, I use my newsletter, this weekly blog and the podcast I do with Caroline Voaden to shine a light on them. If you have views about the things … Continue reading MEP Life 22- Commissioners, Budget and Europe wide Climate Emergency

Climate Emergency Plenary Speech

As a British MEP, I am proud to be part of a sovereign nation, that works alongside our partners in Europe to tackle climate change. Throughout Europe, governments and local councils have been declaring a climate emergency. But today, this parliament became the very first parliament in the world to declare a climate emergency across … Continue reading Climate Emergency Plenary Speech

UK YOUNGSTERS TO GAIN ACCESS TO €2.8bn FUNDING FROM EU

Judith Bunting, Liberal Democrat MEP for the South East of England, has welcomed the news that the European Parliament has this afternoon approved €2.8bn additional funding for the Erasmus+ programme, which provides financial and logistical support for EU students to live, train and study abroad. Judith Bunting, the Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Education, apprenticeship campaigner and … Continue reading UK YOUNGSTERS TO GAIN ACCESS TO €2.8bn FUNDING FROM EU

A view from behind the Lens- feedback on the Apprentices’ trip 2019

Hello there, Felix here from Judith’s team. As a lot of you will know, Judith recently hosted a group of 24 young apprentices from the South East of England. We assembled at King’s Cross St. Pancras International, meeting up with groups of apprentices who’d travelled from across the region, Kent, West Berkshire and Oxfordshire. Names … Continue reading A view from behind the Lens- feedback on the Apprentices’ trip 2019

The future looks bright with these promising apprentices, but we can make it brighter still!

In October, I was delighted to welcome 24 apprentices from the South East of England to Brussels, along with an additional contingent from the East of England! These are young men and women who I hope will benefit from finding out opportunities that are available to them throughout the EU. It took a lot of … Continue reading The future looks bright with these promising apprentices, but we can make it brighter still!

MEP hits back after fiery exchange in European Parliament

On Thursday, during a debate about Brexit in the European Parliament, Nigel Farage got up and dusted off a routine with which we’ve all become painfully familiar.“You’re not looking for solutions”, shouted the man who knows nothing but the politics of protest. “We are not dealing with people acting in good faith”, said perhaps the … Continue reading MEP hits back after fiery exchange in European Parliament

My Speech at Plenary, Cancer debate

Madam President, what makes cancer so dangerous is that it is such a complex disease. Tumours that come under the same umbrella are often quite different. There are many different kinds of breast cancer, but they’re still called breast cancer. Hodgkin’s lymphoma attacks young lives, not old, and it is 95% curable, which is wonderful. … Continue reading My Speech at Plenary, Cancer debate