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The Commons Speaker, John Bercow, said: ‘I have given a fairly clear indication that this has been a sorry saga, and the house should not be put in this position.’ David Cameron has withdrawn his commitment to holding a vote on the European arrest warrant in a move that the Speaker of the House of Commons said would be regarded as “contemptuous” by the public. MPs from all parties lined up to criticise a government “stitch-up” as it emerged they would be allowed to vote on only 11 relatively minor EU justice and home affairs measures, not the whole package of 35 that includes the European arrest warrant.
Programme/Video Content Ⓒ Fair Trial International / Simon Glass 2013. No unauthorised use or editing of this video is permitted without the owners consent. All rights reserved. Since the introduction of the European Arrest Warrant, Fair Trials International has supported many victims of the misuse and overuse of the system. These victims have included Andrew Symeou - who was extradited to Greece where he spent ten months in prison before finally being cleared of any wrongdoing, Garry Mann - extradited following a trial in Portugal described by UK authorities as "so unfair as to be incompatible with [his] right to a fair trial"; and young mother Natalia Gorczowska, who was ordered to be extradited to Poland for a minor crime committed many years before. This short film features Fair Tr...
Video ID: 20141110-029 M/S UKIP leader Nigel Farage meeting supporter M/S UKIP leader Nigel Farage talking with supporter SOT, Nigel Farage, UKIP leader (in English) "What is happening here is a government that has the ability to get rid of some of these things is choosing to opt back in. And that's why we're here in the rain." C/U Protester holding placard (in English) "No arrest without evidence. Ditch the E.A.W" [Europe Arrest Warrant] SOT, Nigel Farage, UKIP leader (in English) "How on earth did the world exist before 2003? It's really difficult to imagine. I mean, were we in the stone ages in 2003 or have we had extradition deals with other countries for centuries?" M/S Press surrounding UKIP leader Nigel Farage W/S Protesters outside Parliament M/S Protesters holding banner (in Engl...
Sarah Ludford MEP (ALDE) has been appointed Rapporteur for a European Parliament report 'Review of the European Arrest Warrant'. As a member of the LIBE committee and the UK Liberal Democrat European justice & human rights spokeswoman, she has been actively involved in the area of European police and criminal justice cooperation and has taken a strong interest in particular in the operation of the European Arrest Warrant. Her broad aims are to strengthen respect for the principle of proportionality and fundamental rights in its application while not undermining its vital role in bringing criminals expeditiously to justice. To help prepare her report Sarah Ludford is hosting with Renate Weber MEP an ALDE group hearing on "The European Arrest Warrant: issues and solutions" in order to get...
An arrest warrant, valid throughout the European Union, that requires the member state receiving the warrant to arrest and transfer a suspect or sentenced person to the member state that has issued the warrant. so that the person can be put on trial or complete a prison sentence. The EAW applies is intended for people who are due to stand trial, be sentenced or serve their sentence and applies only to crimes where the maximum penalty is at least 12 months in prison. See also 'Extradition' and 'Europol'.
Croatia, which joined the EU on 1 July, is already entangled in a major conflict with the European Commission. In late June, Zagreb changed its legislation, not allowing the European Arrest Warrant to apply for crimes committed before 2002. Commission Vice President Viviane Reding wrote to Zagreb, warning that the country could lose EU funds if it did not change its new law. But Croatia, which recently became the 28th EU member state, does not appear to want to take any risks that the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is used against top military and officials who participated in the Yugoslav wars. A deadline to respond to Reding's letter expired at midnight on 24 August.
http://www.ukipmeps.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 7 March 2011 • Speaker: Gerard Batten MEP, UKIP (London), EFD group. • One-minute speeches (Rule 150) Dr Miguel Meizoso and the European Arrest Warrant: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?reference=E-2011-001715&language=SL&secondRef=0&type=WQ .................................. • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Britain has had a long tradition of evidential and adversarial trials; the common law principle of 'Habeas Corpus' means no imprisonment without evidence. Yet, despite the fact that our ancestors pioneered this important principle centuries ago, EU law has no place for it!... Twitter: @DomBardill You can learn more about your freedoms and liberties and how the EU threatens them, by purchasing Dominic's book in Paperback or book on (Free on Kindle Unlimited) here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Habeas-Britanniam-British-Liberty-against/dp/1530969565 * If you do not have a Kindle, but want the Kindle version, download the free Kindle App to your smartphone!
Jacob Rees-Mogg spoke at Conservatives for Liberty's event on February 28th 2017 on the European Arrest Warrant. Watch the other speeches here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCkdRW5fPO7rknCtpBGI5r2ggzZYD1AlO
Press conference re the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) with Nigel Farage MEP, Jacob Rees-Mogg MEP and Deborah Dark - victim/survivor of the EAW. After 25 minutes Jacob Rees-Mogg MP calls for an enquiry into whether or not the Prime Minister misled Parliament. Which is, if it did happen, as Mr Rees-Mogg explains, a resignation offence and the most grave constitutional crime.
Alexander Adamescu spoke at Conservatives for Liberty's event on February 28th 2017 on the European Arrest Warrant. Read more about his case here: http://www.friendsofalexanderadamescu.org/ Watch the other speeches here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCkdRW5fPO7rknCtpBGI5r2ggzZYD1AlO
The Conservatives promised the British public a say on the European Arrest Warrant. But last night, the party whips and Home Secretary deceived MPs and dodged a vote. Don't trust a word the Tories say. Join UKIP today: http://uki.pt/join Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheUKIP Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ukip
http://www.williamdartmouth.com | Donate to UKIP: http://www.ukip.org/donations | http://www.ukipmeps.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 23 May 2012 • Speaker: William Dartmouth MEP, UKIP (South West), Europe of Freedom and Democracy group (EFD) ...................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
A British resident fighting extradition to Romania has told how he fears he will die in prison if he is deported to face “unfounded” corruption charges. Alexander Adamescu says he will suffer the same fate as his father Dan, who has died in hospital as a result of blood poisoning contracted in a Romanian jail. Mr Adamescu Jnr claims corrupt elements within Romanian state are determined to destroy his family and seize their business assets. Mr Adamescu Snr, 68, a millionaire businessman who owned one of Romania's largest opposition newspapers, died in a hospital on Monday night after contracting sepsis at the notorious high security Rahova prison, where he was serving four years for bribery. His son, who lives in London with his wife and three young children, told The Daily Telegraph: “The ...
Extraditions from the UK under the European Arrest Warrant have increased by 50% during the last year. This system subverts the traditions of British justice: UK courts are no longer allowed to examine the evidence in a case before rubber-stamping extradition, and in fact one can be extradited for an "offence" which is not even a crime in the UK. In this news item broadcast on Press TV on August 23rd 2010, the worsening threat to British justice is discussed in the context of the 2008 case of Dr Fredrick Toben, seized at Heathrow Airport on a German warrant, and the further sinister developments of the European Investigation Order and the Schengen II database.
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