18-May-2018 @ 01:00
04-May-2018 @ 13:00
03-May-2018 @ 01:00
The people have spoken and have decided that the UK should leave the European Union.
Our job now as Conservative MEPs is to help secure a deal that safeguards Britain’s best interests while maintaining the best possible relations with our European partners.
So long as Britain is a member of the EU Conservative MEPs will remain fully engaged, contributing to legislation, voting in Parliament and representing our country and constituents.
In the longer term we will not turn our back on Europe. We will continue to trade with the EU and co-operate in important areas such as security.
A new chapter in our nation's history is opening. We are committed to playing our part in forging a positive role for Britain in Europe and the rest of the world.
Ashley Fox MEP
UK Conservatives in the European Parliament
Conservative MEPs, along with their European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group colleagues, are meeting Prime Minister Theresa May and
UK government ministers on MONDAY to discuss the UK's exit from the European Union.
Geoffrey Van Orden MEP (East of England) is hosting the Asia-Europe Political Forum (AEPF) in London on FRIDAY to discuss climate change, development and other areas of cooperation. The high level summit brings together senior political party representatives from 19 Asian and nine European countries.
Also on FRIDAY Kay Swinburne MEP (Wales) will address the Welsh Conservative Conference in Kidwelly.