- n. Plural form of MEP.
“As a consequence of Bulgaria and Romania, both of which have significant numbers of goat farmers for us to support, joining the EU, Britain's quota of MEPs is to be cut from 78 to 72.”
“Instead, he has incurred the wrath of other European centre-right leaders and taken it to an even more sceptical position by promising to withdraw Tory MEPs from the European People's party.”
“Over at Rightlinks they're starting a campaign in support of David Cameron's stated wish to withdraw Conservative MEPs from the EPP.”
“Current rules allow 20 MEPs from a fifth of the EU’s member states to form groupings, giving them a say in the Parliament’s administration and power structure.”
“In the meantime, if you're in Europe, we encourage you to call your MEPs 'offices in Strasbourg this week and ask them to sign the”
“Together, the Liberals, the Greens and the Socialists have 294 MEPs, which is short of a majority in the 736-seat assembly.”
“I notice that the BNP got two MEPs which is pretty impressive.”
“MEPs putting child pornographers' rights ahead of abuse victims, claim campaigners”
“The event was organised at the European parliament by Marek Grobarczyk and Tomasz Poreba, two Polish MEPs who are members of the ECR.”
“His attendance provoked a surprising outburst from British MEP TImothy Kirkhope, the deputy chairman of the ECR group, who said that he was disappointed not to have been told in advance that such a controversial figure had been invited to attend by fellow MEPs.”
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