Linda McAvan Yorkshire and Humber’s Labour MEP’s October E-bulletin is out.
You can read it here.
Key articles this month:
– The European Parliament backs tobacco clampdown but the tobacco lobby is more powerful than anyone would care to admit – and its influence seems to be reaching our Tory MEPs and some LibDems;
– More on the Fisheries policy – and Linda’s work to ensure fish stocks recover, whilst providing financial support necessary to fishing communities to help them implement the changes;
– Labour MEPs support for action to tighten regulation of medical devices after the breast implant scandal,
– And the need for continuing meat inspection.
Linda has also been at work supporting campaigners against NHS cuts, and addressing a Leeds Conference for the region’s career advisers and teachers on Europe’s opportunities for young people.
Unfortunately – well, perhaps – Mr Bloom and his antics no longer feature. But it’s well worth a read.