Looking after the forests and the fishes Pt2

Following on from the previous post about the vote for reform to the EU Common Fisheries Policy tomorrow, I emailed the seven MEP’s that were listed on Chris Davies (Lib Dem MEP) website as swinging voters:

Struan Stevenson (Con, sits in ECR European Parliament Group, UK)
Marek Grobarczyk (Law and Justice, sits in ECR, Poland)
Nigel Farage (UKIP, sits in EFD, UK)
Dolores Garcia-Hierro Caraballo (Socialist, sits in S&D, Spain)
Diane Dodds (DUP, non-attached, UK)
Werner Kuhn (Christian Democrats, sits in EPP, Germany)
Jaroslaw Walesa (Civic Platform, sits in EPP, Poland)

And the other three UK MEP’s who sit on the Fisheries Committee:

Ian Hudghton (SNP)
Julie Girling (Con)
George Lyon (Lib Dem)

So far the only one who has replied is Struan Stevenson and his assistant assured me that he will be voting for the reforms and that the vote can be followed tomorrow here on the European Parliaments website.

Fingers crossed that the common good prevails over commercial interests!

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11 responses to “Looking after the forests and the fishes Pt2

  1. Pingback: EU fisheries update 04/02/2013 | The Naturephile

  2. Thanks Finn…can’t wait to hear the result! I’ll keep my fingers crossed…

    • Hello Letizia, I’ve been trying to view the debate and the vote on the EU website this mornig but the video link didn’t work, so now I’m going to try to find the result of the vote and I’ll post it as soon as I can find it. BW. Finn

  3. Hi Finn, I’ve nominated your blog for the Blog of the Year Award 2012, in this post: http://lornastearoomdelights.com/2012/12/17/blog-of-the-year-award-2012/ Thank you for all the fascinating stuff you’ve shown me over the year, it’s been a delight!

    • Thankyou very much indeed Lorna. I just flipped over to Tearoom Delights and read your comments and I’m blown away. That is indeed very kind and I’m really pleased you enjoy reading The Naturephile so much.

  4. I’m so glad you’re doing this.

  5. Thanks for the update Finn. Lets hope common sense prevails tomorrow.

  6. Well done Finn, and it’s great that you got a reply. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for tomorrow.

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