David Campbell-Bannerman MEP


David Campbell-Bannerman

International Trade Spokesman; Chair of Delegation for relations with Iraq; Member of Conference of Delegation Chairs

Parliamentary Committees:
International Trade; Security and Defence; Subcommittee on Security and Defence

Parliamentary Delegations:
ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly

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CETA: Conservatives welcome agreement but regret delay

27 Oct 2016 @ 13:30

Responding to the news that the Belgian government has finally reached an agreement on the CETA EU-Canada trade deal, Conservative International Trade joint spokesman Emma McClarkin MEP said: "It makes you wonder why they dragged this out so long. Justin Trudeau could have been in Brussels signing this agreement today with fanfare. Instead he has cancelled his trip with a bad taste in his mouth.

"The credibility of the EU on global trade deals is in tatters following this debacle. CETA is one of the highest quality agreements ever negotiated, with a country that has values and standards very similar to our own. Other countries will now ask whether it is worth the time and effort conducting such deals with the EU. We need to show them that the EU can be a reliable trade partner."

Conservative MEPs oppose European Union "tax trespass"

15 Mar 2018 @ 12:00

Measures which would reduce the ability of Member States to set their own corporate taxes have been strongly opposed by Conservative MEPs.

Conservatives condemn Labour threat to EU-Canada trade deal.

22 Nov 2016 @ 16:30

Conservative MEPs have condemned a Labour attempt to delay implementation of the landmark EU-Canada trade deal.

The European Parliament will tomorrow vote on a motion calling for the deal, known as CETA, to be referred to the European Court of Justice for an opinion on its compatibility with EU treaties. If approved, the move could stop the deal being introduced for up to two years.

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