Dublin MEP Nessa Childers has welcomed the European Parliament’s decision to set up a committee of enquiry into the use of defeat devices to manipulate car emissions tests. Read More
The European Parliament voted on a human rights urgency resolution today calling for the release of young Dublin man Ibrahim Halawa.
Nessa Childers, MEP for Dublin, has welcomed the judgement by the European Court of Justice (16th December) on the EU Commission’s failure to set scientific criteria to determine whether substances have endocrine disrupting properties. Read More
Dublin Independent MEP, Nessa Childers welcomed this evening’s vote to reject the European Commission’s proposals to allow lower car emission test limits. Read More
A set of proposals put forward by Dublin MEP Nessa Childers to improve the transparency and accountability of EU bodies was today adopted, by the Environment Public Health and Food Safety Committee of the European Parliament. Read More