31st October 2016
Responding to the news that the CETA EU-Canada trade deal has finally been signed, the South West MEP Ashley Fox said: "CETA is one of the highest quality agreements ever negotiated, with a country that has values and standards very similar to our own.”
12th October 2016
Britain's world class universities will continue to welcome EU students despite the Brexit vote, Conservative MEPs' leader Ashley Fox stressed today.
2nd October 2016
People should not focus on a "hard" or "soft" exit for Britain from the EU but instead concentrate on securing a good exit, Conservative MEPs leader Ashley Fox told the party's conference this afternoon.
28th September 2016
The Conservative Leader and Gibraltar MEP Ashley Fox is to tell the new Secretary for Exiting the European Union that Gibraltar and its border with Spain must be central to any new agreement with the EU.
15th Spetember 2006
MEPs are being urged to support a move which would limit European Parliament presidents to two terms as a way of promoting "fresh leadership."
14th September 2016
Conservative MEPs are backing an EU EU Action Plan to tackle wildlife trafficking within the EU and to strengthen the EU's role in the global fight against these illegal activities.
The vote comes ahead of next months meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endagered Species (CITES).
2nd September 2016
As MEPs returned to Brussels this week after the summer recess, the job of Conservative members was clear: to help our Government secure the best deal for Britain as we negotiate exit terms from the European Union.
For me, a key message that came through loud and very clearly from the EU referendum was a desire for the Government to take control of the number of people entering our country.
11th July 2016
The Leader of the Conservatives in the European Parliament, Ashley Fox MEP, issued the following statement after confirmation that Theresa May will be the next Leader of the Conservative Party.
15th June 2016
Indecipherable energy labels for electronic goods are set to become a thing of the past after a committee of MEPs voted to go back to a previous, clearer, energy labelling system.