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Isabella
ADINOLFI
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Tiziana
BEGHIN
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David
BULL
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Jonathan
BULLOCK
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
Fabio Massimo
CASTALDO
(none) (+) La relazione ha a oggetto la posizione del Parlamento sul progetto di bilancio generale dell'Unione europea per l'esercizio 2020, l'ultimo progetto di bilancio dell'attuale Quadro finanziario pluriennale (QFP). Si tratta di un bilancio in continuità con gli esercizi precedenti e che riflette tre priorità chiave: crescita e occupazione, soprattutto giovanile, lotta al cambiamento climatico e migrazione e sicurezza dei cittadini.
La relazione del Parlamento ripristina i tagli concordati dal Consiglio nella sua posizione, portando così il bilancio ad un livello più elevato della proposta iniziale della Commissione. In particolare, il testo adottato in Commissione BUDG chiede di aumentare a 170 miliardi di euro il totale degli impegni e a 159 miliardi di euro quello dei pagamenti, potenziando le iniziative a favore dell'occupazione giovanile e della protezione del clima e in settori quali le PMI, la ricerca, la digitalizzazione, la migrazione e la politica esterna, compresi lo sviluppo e gli aiuti umanitari.
Grazie all'adozione degli emendamenti presentati in seduta plenaria sono state inoltre superate alcune fra le criticità del progetto di relazione. Pertanto, nonostante alcuni aspetti meno condivisibili, mi sono trovato d'accordo con molte delle considerazioni esposte nel presente progetto di relazione.
Ignazio
CORRAO
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Rosa
D'AMATO
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Martin Edward
DAUBNEY
(none)
Belinda
DE LUCY
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Diane
DODDS
(none)
John David
Edward TENNANT
(none)
Andrew
ENGLAND KERR
(none)
Eleonora
EVI
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Nigel
FARAGE
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Laura
FERRARA
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Lance
FORMAN
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Claire
FOX
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted in favour of this urgency procedure. The report seeks to ensure that air and road travel is not disrupted in the case of a no-deal Brexit by updating the date of implementation to take into account the seven-month extension, as the dates in the original legislation will soon be expiring. The Brexit Party voted in favour as we support the European Parliament’s efforts to prepare for no-deal by putting contingencies in place to ensure that air and road travel is not disrupted, despite the European Union’s insistence that this would not be possible, and therefore proving that future and sincere cooperation is feasible in a no-deal scenario.
Mario
FURORE
(none) (+) Il voto a questa risoluzione ha lo scopo di consentire il prolungamento di una serie di misure di emergenza per assicurare la connettività di base tra l'Unione e il Regno Unito, compresi regolamenti atti a garantire i collegamenti di base per il trasporto su strada e la connettività di base del trasporto aereo.
Occorre preservare, nonostante il rinvio della data di recesso del Regno Unito almeno sino al 31 ottobre, il pieno raggiungimento degli obiettivi dei regolamenti di emergenza già adottati, e la presente proposta proroga di sette mesi il periodo di validità dei regolamenti coinvolti.
Si tratta di una proposta che fa parte delle varie misure per evitare che la Brexit provochi problematiche ai cittadini e alla loro sicurezza: per questo motivo ho espresso voto favorevole.
Chiara
GEMMA
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Dino
GIARRUSSO
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Nathan
GILL
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
James Alexander
GLANCY
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Márton
GYÖNGYÖSI
(none)
Ben
HABIB
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Lucy Elizabeth
HARRIS
(none)
Michael
HEAVER
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Christina Sheila
JORDAN
(none) (+) . ‒ 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.
Mislav
KOLAKUŠIĆ
(none)
Athanasios
KONSTANTINOU
(none)
Ioannis
LAGOS
(none) (+) Υπερψηφίζουμε, διότι η αποχώρηση του Ηνωμένου Βασιλείου από την Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση δεν θα πρέπει να επηρεάσει την Ιρλανδία.
John
LONGWORTH
(none)
Rupert
LOWE
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
Brian
MONTEITH
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
June Alison
MUMMERY
(none)
Lefteris
NIKOLAOU-ALAVANOS
(none)
Henrik
OVERGAARD NIELSEN
(none)
Kostas
PAPADAKIS
(none)
Matthew
PATTEN
(none)
Piernicola
PEDICINI
(none)
Alexandra Lesley
PHILLIPS
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
Sabrina
PIGNEDOLI
(none)
Jake
PUGH
(none)
Miroslav
RADAČOVSKÝ
(none)
Annunziata Mary
REES-MOGG
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
Daniela
RONDINELLI
(none) (+) In vista della Brexit, il Consiglio e il Parlamento europeo hanno adottato il regolamento n. 2019/501 che assicura i collegamenti di base in merito al trasporto su strada e il regolamento n. 2019/502 che garantisce una connettività del trasporto aereo. La presente relazione propone di estendere, con un rinvio di sette mesi, il periodo di attuabilità dei due regolamenti affinché sia congrua e proporzionata al decorso della proroga di cui all'articolo 50, paragrafo 3, del Trattato sull'Unione europea. Si tratta dunque di una proposta che mira a contenere i danni inflitti da una Brexit senza accordo, di conseguenza ho deciso di sostenere la relazione.
Robert
ROWLAND
(none)
Ivan Vilibor
SINČIĆ
(none)
Martin
SONNEBORN
(none)
Louis
STEDMAN-BRYCE
(none)
Richard
TICE
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted in favour of this urgency procedure. The report seeks to ensure that air and road travel is not disrupted in the case of a no-deal Brexit by updating the date of implementation to take into account the seven-month extension, as the dates in the original legislation will soon be expiring. The Brexit Party voted in favour as we support the European Parliament’s efforts to prepare for no-deal by putting contingencies in place to ensure that air and road travel is not disrupted, despite the European Union’s insistence that this would not be possible, and therefore proving that future and sincere cooperation is feasible in a no-deal scenario.
Milan
UHRÍK
(none)
James
WELLS
(none)
Ann
WIDDECOMBE
(none) (+) The Brexit Party voted against any increases to individual EU budget lines and voted in favour of any cuts to EU budget lines. This vote was a series of amendments to the actual figures and size of each EU budget for the year 2020. Before it arrived to the parliament for amendment, the Commission initially proposed a budget worth €168.3 billion (+1.3% compared to 2019). The Council then adopted its position of €166.8 billion (slightly lower). Now it was the Parliament’s turn, which ended up being much higher than either the Commission or the Council positions. There will now be negotiation period with the Council to find to a compromise. A full UK contribution for 2020 is included in the proposal.
Marco
ZULLO
(none)