The purpose of the agreement on better law-making between the Parliament, Commission and the Council is to improve the way the EU makes laws by making the laws more simple and clear and focusing on areas where it has added value for people.
ECR Chairman, Syed Kamall MEP, said that there is no single ‘silver bullet’ or agreement that can solve the migration and refugee crisis.
Syed Kamall, ECR Group Chairman on the migration crisis and what needs being done to best tackle it.
"The reform demands set out by the UK would be also beneficial for countries like the Czech Republic because it could be a step towards a real reform of the EU," says ECR Czech MEP Jan Zahradil
Vicky Ford MEP is leading on a review of EU law on firearms. In this video, she explains the thinking behind it.
ECR MEP Anders Vistisen visited a refugee camp in Turkey, highlighting the importance of helping refugees in countries closer to the conflict.
Leader of the ECR Group, Syed Kamall MEP on Donald Tusk's proposals for a EU-UK agreement.
Mark Demesmaeker MEP speaking about his report on biodiversity that has just been adopted by the European Parliament.
Syed Kamall MEP on refugee emergency, external borders control and future of Schengen.
ECR MEP Julie Girling has welcomed the rejection of moves which threatened to keep European vehicle emission testing rooted in the 1970s.
ECR Group leader Syed Kamall MEP discusses his block's expectations for the Dutch EU Presidency.
Syed Kamall MEP speaking in the European Parliament debate on Poland in the presence of the Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło.
'The EU needs new ideas in 2016' said Syed Kamall MEP, leader of the ECR Group, in his New Year's message.
''There are no easy answers or simplistic responses to the many challenges mounting in the EU'' said Syed Kamall MEP.
Sajjad Karim MEP speaking about Reform of the European Union at the ECR Autumn University.
In a debate on the Paris attacks of the 13th November 2015, Syed Kamall, ECR leader and MEP for London, delivered a powerful plea against stigmatisation and radicalisation.
Mark Littlewood speaking at the ECR Autumn University in London on Building a European economic framework to compete in the global marketplace
Vicky Ford MEP chairing the discussion on the Digital Single Market at the ECR Autumn University in London.
Opening address by Timo Soini, Finish Foreign Affairs minister: 'The status quo is not an option. Europe must change to meet the challenges of the century ahead'.
Fredrik ERIXON from the European Centre for International Political Economy speaking on Trade and Growth - The Unity of the West in facing Global Economic Challenges at the ECR Autumn University in London.
Anna Fotyga MEP speaking on the Security Challenges to the Western World at the ECR Autumn University in London.
Elizabeth Dibble, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of the United States of America to the UK, speaking on Trade and Growth - The Unity of the West in facing Global Economic Challenges at the ECR Autumn University in London.
European Conservatives and Reformists Group leader Syed Kamall MEP, said the EU needs to stop adopting plans and roadmaps and begin delivering some action.
European Conservatives and Reformists Group chairman Syed Kamall told EU leaders that they need to start delivering solutions and lead with their heads, rather than their hearts.
ECR MEP Mark Demesmaeker explains why the ECR Group has nominated Saudi blogger Raif Badawi for the EU's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
The EU is 28 countries, not two. Prof. Ryszard Legutko MEP to François Hollande and Angela Merkel.
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