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Scott
AINSLIE
(none)
Christian
ALLARD
(none)
Martina
ANDERSON
(none) (+) . – I voted against the 2020 Budget because it continues to prioritise corporate interests and militarization at the expense of socially beneficial programmes.
Of particular concern, is that for the second year the EU budget has allocated 250 million EUR to the European Defence Industrial Defence Programme (EDIDP). This programme is a subsidy to the arms industry and contradicts EU treaties as it is prohibited to charge any spending with 'military or defence implications' to the EU budget (Article 41 TEU). Furthermore, the EDIDP is a precursor to the 13 billion EUR European Defence Fund planned for 2021.
Catherine
BEARDER
(none)
Phil
BENNION
(none)
Jane
BROPHY
(none) (+) I voted in favour of this proposal. In order to prepare for the possibility that the United Kingdom could withdraw from the EU without an agreement, the proposal aims to extend the validity period of two particular EU Regulations by 7 months. The first concerns ensuring basic road freight connectivity with regard to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union and the second concerns Ensuring basic air connectivity with regard to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU. The extensions of these two regulations are important in order to ensure basic connectivity for road freight and passenger transport, and basic air transport connectivity, between the EU and the United Kingdom. This measure was drafted by the Commission in response to the serious threat from a No Deal Brexit.
David
BULL
(none)
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.
Judith
BUNTING
(none)
Ellie
CHOWNS
(none)
Richard
CORBETT
(none)
Seb
DANCE
(none)
Martin Edward
DAUBNEY
(none)
Chris
DAVIES
(none)
Belinda
DE LUCY
(none)
Dinesh
DHAMIJA
(none)
Diane
DODDS
(none)
Gina
DOWDING
(none)
John David
Edward TENNANT
(none)
Andrew
ENGLAND KERR
(none)
Jill
EVANS
(none)
Nigel
FARAGE
(none)
Lance
FORMAN
(none)
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.
Barbara Ann
GIBSON
(none)
Neena
GILL
(none)
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
(none)
Theresa
GRIFFIN
(none) (+) I voted in favour of this report as part of the EU’s contingency planning to mitigate the worst effects of a damaging no deal Brexit. If the UK were to leave without a deal, road freight transport and services between the UK and EU would cease to be governed by regulation resulting in loss of access to markets. This report has the objective to lay down temporary measures to govern the carriage of goods by road between the EU and the UK. These measures would end on 31st December 2019.
Ben
HABIB
(none)
Daniel
HANNAN
(none)
Lucy Elizabeth
HARRIS
(none)
Michael
HEAVER
(none)
Antony
HOOK
(none)
Martin
HORWOOD
(none)
John
HOWARTH
(none)
Jackie
JONES
(none)
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.
Jude
KIRTON-DARLING
(none)
Naomi
LONG
(none)
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.
Magid
MAGID
(none)
Anthea
McINTYRE
(none)
Aileen
McLEOD
(none)
Baroness Nosheena
MOBARIK
(none)
Shaffaq
MOHAMMED
(none)
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.
Claude
MORAES
(none)
June Alison
MUMMERY
(none)
Lucy
NETHSINGHA
(none)
Bill
NEWTON DUNN
(none)
Henrik
OVERGAARD NIELSEN
(none)
Rory
PALMER
(none) (+) I voted in favour of these reports as they extend the validity of the regulations on road freight transport and air services. These measures ensure basic connectivity against the uncertainty of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Matthew
PATTEN
(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.
Luisa
PORRITT
(none)
Jake
PUGH
(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.
Sheila
RITCHIE
(none)
Alexandra Louise
Rosenfield PHILLIPS
(none)
Catherine
ROWETT
(none)
Robert
ROWLAND
(none)
Molly
SCOTT CATO
(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.
Geoffrey
VAN ORDEN
(none)
Caroline
VOADEN
(none)
Irina
VON WIESE
(none)
Julie
WARD
(none) (+) I am supportive of the general budget including three key priorities for 2020 include ensuring sufficient funding to address migration and the protection of the EU's external borders against trafficking and organised crime, strengthening civil protection, and tackling climate change.
These three key priorities are essential but they can only be achieved through collaboration.
As the UK Government tries to take us out of the European Union I have never understood how we can hope to tackle the great injustices of our time on our own.
Now is not the time for isolationism. Standing alone in the world will only make us worse off. Outside of the EU we will be weaker economically with less influence.
This must also be the greenest and energy efficient budget.
Environmental inaction will have grave consequences for all of our citizens.
Finally, I would like to see additional funding for the creative sectors and education. I am happy to see Erasmus+ getting further funding - it is one of the great achievements of the European Union.
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.





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