Malcolm HARBOUR (ECR, United Kingdom)

MEP>> Malcolm HARBOUR

United Kingdom
Start of mandate :
14.07.2009
Last name:
HARBOUR
First name:
Malcolm
Born:
19.02.1947, Woking
Group:
European Conservatives and Reformists Group
Party:
Conservative Party
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Parliamentary activities

Participation in roll-call votes:
93.38%
6500 out of 6961 votes in the plenary.
Ranking: 135th
Loyalty to political group:
96.53%
6259 out of 6484 votes
Ranking: 177th
Loyalty to national party:
98.35%
6388 out of 6495 votes
Ranking: 387th
Last updated: 10.05.2014
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Parliamentary questions (PQs):
31
446th
 
 
Motions for resolutions:
20
248th
 
 
Speeches in the plenary:
88
 
 
 
Written declarations:
1
263rd
 
 
Reports amended:
111
150th
 
 
Reports drafted:
1
390th
 
 
Opinions:
7
40th
 

CV

Malcolm Harbour was elected to the European Parliament in June 1999, and re-elected in June 2004 and 2009. He is one of three Conservative members representing the West Midlands Region of the UK. He is Chairman of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee and is a Member of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group. He is Vice-Chairman of the Parliament's Science and Technology Options Assessment Panel (STOA) and a Member of the Inter-Parliamentary Delegation to Japan.

Malcolm Harbour takes a special interest in the EU single market, industry, science and technology policy. He is Chairman of the European Manufacturing Forum, and the Ceramics Industry Forum. He is a Governor of the European Internet Foundation. He has been the lead MEP (rapporteur) for major legislation on Telecoms, the Single Market and Motor Vehicle standards.

From 2005 to 2009, he has served on the CARS 21 High Level Group, a Europe-wide initiative to boost the automotive industry. He was named as a top 50 European of 2006 for his key role in broking agreement on the Services Directive. In May 2006, he was named the UK's most Small Business Friendly UK Parliamentarian by members of the Forum of Private Business. In September 2010, he was voted Internal Market MEP of the Year. In November 2012, in a ranking produced by Euractiv, he was named the 3rd most influential Briton in EU policy.

Before his election to the Parliament, Malcolm Harbour spent 32 years in the motor industry, as an engineer, a senior commercial executive, a consultant and a researcher. He began his motor industry career in the BMC Longbridge Plant as an Austin Engineering Apprentice in 1967.

Contact MEP

Email:
malcolm.harbour@europarl.europa.eu
Assistants:
AULIFFE James, REYNOLDS Stephane, GRINSELL Karen, HARDING Becky, Throup Maggie,

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