25/01/2023 | 13:06:33 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) A safe and healthy environment is a human right and therefore those who breach that right, in particular on a mass scale during wartime as an act of ecocide, must be legally accountable in an international court of law. So this Council of Europe imitative for a convention and treaty to help deliver environmental justice and to help pay to repair the damage is welcome. The devastation of habitats, species and our natural environment must... 14/10/2022 | 13:21:00 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Honourable colleagues: As parliamentarians, we must always be sensitive to the potential for discrimination in public policies. In the context of our transition away from pandemic emergency measures to a “new normal” of longer-term public health policies, it is critically important that these policies respect both science and individual rights. Over the past two and a half years, we have collectively lived through one of the largest real-time... 14/10/2022 | 10:28:35 Mr President, It's a great pleasure to stand here and support this fantastic report. The bottom line is that trade union and worker rights are critically important if we're all to share the benefits, the maximum benefits, from a stronger, fairer and greener economy in an electronic age. Green growth must mean environmentally sustainable growth. And, of course, we do know from the OECD, that less inequality means higher growth. The issue is really how to capture the digital age to provide more... 13/10/2022 | 16:59:53 Yes, I am here and, obviously, this is a very sensitive issue in the United Kingdom and, like many others in the United Kingdom, and the majority of people now in the United Kingdom who think that Brexit is a bit of a disaster economically, politically, and in terms of foreign affairs. But that is where we are, and we are trying to move forward. The situation in Northern Ireland on the vote on Brexit was that the vote was in favour of staying in the EU by 4 to 3 – 56% to 44%. And in the UK... 13/10/2022 | 12:28:40 Mr President, we stand today in solidarity against Mr Vladimir Putin's grotesque escalation of missile attacks launched to the cities across Ukraine, from Belarus, from Russia, from the Caspian Sea, from Crimea. Now. half the downpour of missiles may have been intercepted by air defences, but half of course hit their targets, killing civilians, taking out water, taking out heating installations, to terrorise the population into submission. Ukraine urgently needs more air defence as we've...
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