Vice-President of the European Parliament
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Much of Edward's work is focused on constituency issues, supported by an experienced team.
As Vice-President of the European Parliament he is Britain's most senior MEP.
A former leader of 36 Tory MEPs and a lifelong pro-European, he left the Tories and joined the LibDems in 2010 in protest at David Cameron's controversial new EU alliance
Edward complies with the Liberal Democrat MEP transparency contract regarding expenses:
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The daughters of some of China's most prominent imprisoned human rights defenders spoke out in the support of their fathers' release
Edward hosts Malala Yousafzai as she receives the Sakharov Prize
between Brussels, Strasbourg and Luxembourg. The extra cost of Strasbourg and Luxembourg is some €180m and 19,000 tonnes of CO2 each year.
Edward is awarded the Medal of Honour by the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC)
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Edward leads the Single Seat campaign to end the European Parliament's controversial multi-Seat arrangement
On Feb 2 the BBC program Fake or Fortune found the picture to be a fake, but the biggest shock was that the Paris-based Chagall family, asked for an opinion, annouced that it would destroy the picture. Help save the Chagall and sign our petition here
Edward is backing his constituent Martin Lang from Leeds who bought a Chagall in 1992 for £100,000.
After 27 bishops signed an open letter expressing concern about Britain's
increasing reliance on food banks, a leading Euro-MP revealed that out of the €3.5bn EU food aid budget for the most deprived, the UK had only asked for €3.5m, whereas France gets €443m.