Anneliese Dodds MEP

The South East's Voice in Europe

Press releases

In response to a letter from Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds expressing concerns about the messaging service Symphony, the EU's financial services authority has written to national regulators regarding the sharing of information and record keeping requirements.

MEP Letter Causes National Regulators to Review Record Keeping Standards

In response to a letter from Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds expressing concerns about the messaging service Symphony, the EU's financial services authority has written to national regulators regarding the sharing... Read more

Anneliese Dodds MEP last week sent a letter to the EU Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, calling for scrutiny over the sale of Formula 1 from CVC Capital Partners to Liberty Media.

European Commission should scrutinise the sale of Formula 1

Anneliese Dodds MEP last week sent a letter to the EU Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, calling for scrutiny over the sale of Formula 1 from CVC Capital Partners to Liberty... Read more

Two weeks ago, British-Iranian citizen Nazanin Ratcliffe was sentenced to 5 years in Iranian prison. She was sentenced on secret charges and has been refused consular access by Iranian authorities throughout her detention.

After Nazanin Ratcliffe's sentencing, MEPs write new letter calling for her release from Iranian prison

Two weeks ago, British-Iranian citizen Nazanin Ratcliffe was sentenced to 5 years in Iranian prison. She was sentenced on secret charges and has been refused consular access by Iranian authorities... Read more

Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds has called for more attention to be paid by national regulators to new software that auto-deletes messages in the banking sector. The ‘Symphony’ software has previously been advertised as saving banks “billions of dollars in fines” and there are concerns it could lead to a new Libor scandal.

Labour MEP calls for tighter regulation of bankers’ messaging software

Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds has called for more attention to be paid by national regulators to new software that auto-deletes messages in the banking sector. The ‘Symphony’ software has previously... Read more

Labour MEPs have voted today for a report calling on energy companies to pass on falling wholesale prices to South East England's consumers.

Calls for action to help almost 1 in 10 people in South East who are energy poor

Labour MEPs have voted today for a report calling on energy companies to pass on falling wholesale prices to South East England's consumers. Read more

 

  • Conservative MEPs voted against an amendment calling for companies to publish where they pay their taxes
  • Vote comes just two weeks after George Osborne claims to support the measure
  • Conservatives have voted against tax transparency five times in the last 13 months

Tory MEPs contradict George Osborne and vote against tax transparency

  Conservative MEPs voted against an amendment calling for companies to publish where they pay their taxes Vote comes just two weeks after George Osborne claims to support the measure... Read more

Anneliese, along with Clare Moody MEP, and representatives from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) raised with the Commissioner the importance of keeping the current UK duty exemption for small scale cider producers.

Anneliese makes the case for the South East’s small scale cider producers

Anneliese, along with Clare Moody MEP, and representatives from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) raised with the Commissioner the importance of keeping the current UK duty exemption for small... Read more

- Commission today announced Public Country-by-Country Reporting for multinationals

- €750m threshold would only apply to one in ten multinationals

- Proposals only include operations in the EU and a new tax haven list

- Anneliese Dodds MEP calls for Commission to come back with new proposals

European Commission adopts Labour proposals for Tax Transparency

- Commission today announced Public Country-by-Country Reporting for multinationals - €750m threshold would only apply to one in ten multinationals - Proposals only include operations in the EU and a... Read more

- Reforms are part of EU VAT Action Plan announced today

- Proposals may allow UK to set 0% rate on renewable energy products by 2017

- Labour MEPs call on George Osborne to maintain 5% rate until it can be scrapped

Labour MEPs welcome EU reforms to end Solar Tax

- Reforms are part of EU VAT Action Plan announced today - Proposals may allow UK to set 0% rate on renewable energy products by 2017 - Labour MEPs call... Read more

  • ‘Panama Papers’ show the need for new legislation proposed by South East Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds to crack down on tax avoidance and evasion
  • European Parliament voted to approve the proposals on Wednesday 16thDecember
  • Proposals must be implemented by Commission in one year

Panama Papers show need for crackdown on tax avoidance and evasion

‘Panama Papers’ show the need for new legislation proposed by South East Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds to crack down on tax avoidance and evasion European Parliament voted to approve the... Read more

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