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Biggest destruction of British heritage since the Blitz if Gatwick expands - July 1st, 2016
Campaigners against Gatwick expansion have united to hold a rally today at the ancestral farm of one of Henry VIII’s [...]
‘Case for airport expansion built on sand’ – Keith Taylor MEP - June 30th, 2016
Reacting to the announcement that the Government’s decision on airport expansion is to be postponed until at least October, Keith [...]
Keith Taylor MEP reacts to the disappointing EU referendum results - June 24th, 2016
Reacting to the news that Britain as a whole appears to have voted to leave the EU, Keith Taylor, Green Party [...]
EU Referendum: I don’t want to take my country back, I want to take it forward - June 22nd, 2016
Since I became a Member of the European Parliament in 2010, thousands and thousands of South East residents have contacted [...]
#AnimalsNeedEU: Why a vote for Remain is a vote for animals - June 22nd, 2016
The issue of live animal exports is one about which I care deeply. Up to 60,000 animals are exported from [...]
Green MEP joins high profile international EU referendum panel in Oxford - June 20th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, hosted a ‘pop-up surgery’ in Oxford city centre today to answer residents’ questions about [...]
‘Animals need EU’: Green MEP joins animal welfare campaigners in London - June 20th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, joined a high-profile panel in London last night (Sunday 19 June), organised by [...]
The EU helps turn an environmental problem into a social solution - June 10th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is set to visit a food redistribution charity in Southampton to see how [...]
Students lobby for change in Europe ahead of EU referendum - June 8th, 2016
This article was first published by the Born Free Foundation on their website. Ahead of the EU Referendum on 23rd June, politics [...]
Live exports must be banned – but leaving the EU is not the solution - June 8th, 2016
Europe’s Greens have grave concern about the welfare of billions of farm animals, including chickens, sheep, cattle and pigs. One [...]
Glyphosate: Three strikes and out? - June 6th, 2016
A proposal for a temporary ‘technical extension’ of the EU approval of the herbicide glyphosate today failed to secure the [...]
Green MEP rallies young people ahead of voter registration deadline - June 6th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East of England, urged young people not to lose their right to vote on [...]
A letter for future generations - June 2nd, 2016
Keith has signed a cross-party open letter supporting Bite The Ballot’s campaign to sign up 500,000 young people to vote [...]
Commission back-down on glyphosate shows another Europe is possible - June 1st, 2016
The European Commission today proposed a temporary ‘technical extension’ of approval for the herbicide glyphosate [1]. The proposal comes after the [...]
Let’s not walk away from an energy transition, say Green MEPs - May 26th, 2016
European nations are leading the way when it comes to making the transition to a renewable energy future, and EU [...]
Green MEP visits nature reserve to highlight importance of EU for Britain’s wildlife - May 25th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, discovered how EU funding is helping wildlife thrive in Kent, during a visit [...]
Report proves value of EU laws for British beaches - May 25th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is welcoming a report today which proves the EU’s vital role in cleaning [...]
Keith Taylor MEP offers support to frack free campaigners on Isle of Wight - May 25th, 2016
Keith Taylor MEP is offering his support to Frack Free Isle of Wight campaigners, ahead of a meeting outlining what [...]
North Yorkshire County Council’s reckless fracking decision sets dangerous precedent - May 24th, 2016
Reacting to the landmark decision by North Yorkshire County Council to approve fracking for the first time in the UK [...]
Keith Taylor MEP welcomes first green president of Austria - May 23rd, 2016
Responding to the news that the former Green Party leader Alexander Van der Bellen has been elected as the new [...]
South East’s nature safer if we Remain in EU – Keith Taylor MEP - May 23rd, 2016
The green spaces we know and love in the South East are better protected thanks to EU nature laws, and [...]
Keith in Brighton for launch of the ‘Greens for a Better Europe’ national weekend of action - May 20th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is set to join campaigners in Sussex tomorrow (Saturday 21 May) for the [...]
Green MEP meets fishermen in Hastings to discuss benefits of EU membership - May 20th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is highlighting the benefits of EU membership for the fishing and tourism industries [...]
Glyphosate EU approval decision postponed as concerns refuse to go away - May 19th, 2016
A decision on whether or not to reapprove the controversial toxic substance glyphosate for use in Europe was today postponed [...]
Time to celebrate EU free movement of people, says Green MEP - May 19th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, called on campaigners on both sides of the EU debate to celebrate the [...]
Leaving EU would hurt energy efficiency, says Green MEP - May 18th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is warning about the energy efficiency risks of leaving the EU following a [...]
Green MEP’s visit to Hampshire highlights why EU is vital for SMEs - May 18th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is warning about the risks for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) if the [...]
Green Party MEPs peed off with glyphosate test results - May 18th, 2016
Green MEPs have today received test results confirming the presence of unsafe levels of the ‘probably carcinogenic’ weedkiller glyphosate in [...]
Eastbourne air pollution revelations disappointing, says Green MEP - May 12th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, has reacted with disappointment to the news that Eastbourne, East Sussex, is one of [...]
Green Party MEP urges UN’s aviation body to take bold action on climate change - May 11th, 2016
Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, is today calling on the United Nation’s aviation body to face up to [...]