UKTiE draws to a close another successful 2 day Transport Policy Forum in the European Parliament. This year’s event brought together Commission officials, MEPs such as Michael Cramer, Jacqueline Foster, Gesine Meissner, Lucy Anderson and Keith Taylor alongside key UK transport representatives and the United Kingdom’s Department for Transport.The debate focused on EU Transport priorities for the next five years.
Mark Watts, former MEP and Director of Luther Pendragon Brussels says:
“Whilst the extremes have won some more seats, the centre-left will have more power. This will be a Parliament less friendly to business, but more open to reaching compromise. The Europe of consensus has won the election.”
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Nigel Farage vs Nick Clegg Debate at Luther Pendragon Brussels
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