24th September to 28th September

Conservative MEPs are attending European Parliament committee meetings in Brussels and preparing for next week's full parliamentary session.

On THURSDAY a draft report proposing measures to tackle the illegal trade in cultural items, co-authored by Internal Market spokesman Daniel Dalton (West Midlands), is expected to be backed at a joint meeting of the Internal Market and International Trade committees. 

Also on THURSDAY, Joint International Trade spokesman Emma McClarkin will present a report on the role of blockchain technology in future trade policy.

MEPs are also participating in a number of events this week. John Flack (Eastern England) will support the launch of a European Citizens Initiative to ban cage farming on TUESDAY. On the same day Legal Affairs spokesman Sajjad Karim (North West England) hosts a meeting with UK Justice Minister Lucy Frazer to discuss future UK/EU civil and judicial co-operation.

 

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