Archive for 2018

Tree-mendous Christmas card helps forest charity

East Midlands MEP Emma McClarkin will be using her 2018 Christmas Card to help raise money for a conservation charity who care for forests across the region.  In an annual tradition, Ms McClarkin will use the innovative charity Card Aid to print her festive cards. They will then donate one third of the cost of …Continue Reading

MEPs back plan to use blockchain to revolutionise international trade

Conservative MEP Emma McClarkin’s plan to utilise blockchain technology to boost trade has been backed by the European Parliament’s Trade Committee today. Miss McClarkin’s report calls on the European Commission to use blockchain to simplify and streamline the EU’s customs procedures, to reduce the burden of customs paperwork and cut the cost of international trade …Continue Reading

Emma McClarkin MEP is delighted to join CANZUK International.

Today, Emma McClarkin has joined CANZUK International as a member of their advisory board. CANZUK International is a non-profit organisation advocating freedom of movement, free trade and foreign policy coordination between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (the “CANZUK” countries). Miss McClarkin said, “I am delighted to become a member of CANZUK International’s …Continue Reading

Tariffs on EU steel and aluminium will fail to address the global overcapacity and cost European citizens and businesses, says Emma McClarkin MEP.

“I am extremely disappointed that both the EU and the US did not find a permanent deal to exempt European businesses from the tariffs on steel and aluminium. The United Kingdom and the European Union are close security allies of the United States and the close cooperation between the UK, the EU and the US …Continue Reading

Global Britain can refresh the Commonwealth for people worldwide – Emma McClarkin MEP, Chair of the Commonwealth Forum in Brussels.

As heads of government from 53 Commonwealth nations convene in London and Windsor for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, now is the opportunity to define ‘Global Britain’ in the eyes of 2.4billion Commonwealth Citizens – one third of the world’s population. It is crucial that the world understands what to expect from Global Britain …Continue Reading

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