Labour MEPs will vote tomorrow in favour of greater corporate transparency and tougher action on tax dodging - proposals Tory MEPs voted against in committee.
The vote comes as David Cameron hosts an anti-corruption summit in London, with the government claiming to have "led the way on tackling tax evasion and tax avoidance", and established a public registry of company beneficial ownership information and "pushed its G7 and G20 partners to do the same".Read more
Neena Gill MEP spoke with nearly 150 business leaders assembled in Greenhous Meadow in Shropshire to highlight why the EU is so crucial for SMEs.Read more
Labour MEPs today called on UK steel minister Anna Soubry to work with her European counterparts to agree reforms to the EU's trade defence tools, without further delay, so the EU can take action against the dumping of steel by China that has plunged the industry into crisis.Read more
As ministers from around the world met in Brussels today to discuss the downturn in the steel industry, Labour MEPs reiterated calls for the UK government to back EU measures to solve the crisis, including action to clamp down on the dumping of steel by China.Read more
Tory MEPs have continually voted against EU laws to tackle tax dodging - will Cameron now make them back action?
Labour MEPs are calling on David Cameron to start making amends for his tax troubles by ensuring his Euro-MPs do not keep voting against EU action to tackle tax avoidance.Read more
Neena Gill MEP grilled RBS's head of tax on the bank's involvement in the Panama Papers tax avoidance scandal.Read more
Some myths about the European Union, like banning holiday snaps or forcing cows to wear nappies, are easier to dispel because of the sheer absurdity; others, like the claims the EU is to blame for the steel crisis, risk doing serious damage, as they go to the heart of a major issue affecting tens of thousands of livelihoods.Read more
West Midlands Member of European Parliament, Neena Gill, has condemned the UK Government's inaction on regulating the global steel market.Read more
Neena Gill joined Labour MEPs today in reiterating calls for urgent action to tackle zero-hours contracts, following the latest figures showing a rise in their usage in the UK.Read more
Labour MEPs will this week voted to reject the European Commission's proposal for an EU Port Services Regulation, on the grounds that the proposed legislation includes few tangible benefits for the ports sector, its workers or the environment.
The Commission's proposal is the third attempt to establish ports legislation at EU level, after previous draft laws were withdrawn following large scale protests by dock workers in a campaign backed by Labour MEPs.Read more