Robert Sturdy

Conservative MEP – UK Eastern Region.

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Robert Sturdy writes in New Europe(0)

Brussels, 17th July 2012 – Robert was asked by the editors of New Europe to provide an article to mark the one year anniversary of the implementation of the EU-South Korea Free Trade Agreement. The article was part of an EU Trade and Investment special edition.

Robert Sturdy hails Russian State Duma support for WTO Membership(0)

Brussels, 11th July 2012  – News that the State Duma, Russia’s lower house, has ratified Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organisation was warmly welcomed by Robert Sturdy, Conservative MEP and Vice Chair of the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee. Tuesday’s vote removes one of the final obstacles to theRussian Federationjoining the WTO as its […]

Robert Visits Shepreth Wildlife Park(0)

Cambridge, 28th June 2012 – Robert Sturdy, Conservative MEP for the East of England, made a visit to the animals and keepers at Shepreth Wildlife Park to see the conservation centre in South Cambridgeshire. Mr Sturdy was guided through the grounds of the Wildlife Park while discussing the various conservation projects Shepreth is involved with. Curator, […]

East of England MEP says EU must help bring Argentina back into line(0)

Brussels, 25th May 2012 -Argentina is behaving like a rogue state and must be brought into line with the help of the EU, a leading MEP said today. The European Commission has become increasingly concerned with the policy trend of the Argentine government in relation to bi-lateral and multi-lateral trade reveals Conservative MEP for the East […]

East of England MEP welcomes news of EU action against Argentina(0)

Brussels, 16th May 2012 – European Union sources have revealed that the EU is on the verge of announcing that it is to file a suit against Argentinain the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the coming days. If the EU wins, Argentina will face ‘very serious trade sanctions’. This news follows a nosedive in relations […]

Robert Sturdy Condems Argentina’s Protectionist Agenda in Letter to EU Trade Commissioner(0)

Brussels, 12th April 2012 – Robert Sturdy MEP, Vice-Chairman of the International Trade Committee in the European Parliament, has blasted Argentina’s recent behaviour in a strongly worded letter to EU Trade Commissioner, Karel De Gucht. In his letter, co-signed by the Chairman of the Conservative Political Group in the European Parliament and fellow Conservative MEP […]

Robert Sturdy MEP supports call for freeze in Beer Tax(0)

Tuesday, 20th March 2012 – Brussels – Robert Sturdy, MEP for the East of England,  has called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to back Britain’s beer and pub sector by calling time on planned punitive tax increases in the Budget. The move follows new figures showing the huge impact brewing and pubs have on […]

Interview with Robert Sturdy MEP on resolution to EU-USA Beef Wars(0)

Wednesday 15th March 2012 – Robert Sturdy, East of England MEP and Vice-Chairman of the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee talks to the Farmers Guardian on EU-USA trade dispute.

Update: Going Global Trade Conference, Cambridge University, Friday 2nd March 2012 – Registration Open Now – Register FREE Today!(1)

      On the 2nd of March 2012, in the prestigious surroundings of one of the world’s greatest and oldest universities, Robert Sturdy MEP, Vice-Chairman of the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee, will be hosting a trade conference aimed at bringing together British SMEs and national and European experts, advisers and officials, to provide […]

Robert Sturdy hosts Seminar on Invasive Alien Species(0)

Brussels, 25th January 2012 – This Tuesday, Robert Sturdy, MEP for the East of England and member of the European Parliament’s Agriculture and Rural Development Committee, welcomed guests from European Anglers Alliance, European Squirrel Initiative, COPA-COGECA, European Landowners Organisation, the Australian Representative to the EU, the RSPB and many more, to the European Parliament to […]