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Support for Sajjad's proposal to free small businesses from red tape

The smallest businesses across the EU should be exempted from burdensome legislation, unless the European Commission can prove the benefits to them: that's the call from a committee of MEPs who today supported a set of proposals for Better Lawmaking put forward by Sajjad.

Sajjad welcomes European Court of Justice Reforms

As Conservative Legal Affairs spokesperson in the European Parliament, Sajjad has welcomed the adoption of a key report aimed at reforming the way the European Court of Justice (ECJ) operates, stating that it is essential for the ultimate arbiter of European law to work effectively and efficiently.

Saj welcomes John Dwyer as Cheshire PCC Candidate

Sajjad has welcomed the selection of  former Assistant Chief Constable, John Dwyer as the Conservative candidate to contest the Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner elections in November.

New Manchester Branch for North West Blood Bikes

North West Blood Bikes - the name could have gruesome connotations but in fact this charity provides a much needed service to our NHS, delivering urgently needed blood, drugs, human tissues and other medical requirements between hospitals and blood transfusion banks primarily but not exclusively in the North West region of England.

Ministerial support for Sajjad's Better Legislation report

Mark Prisk MP, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise, has written to Sajjad welcoming the proposals in his draft report on Better Legislation which was presented to the European Parliament's  Legal Affairs Committee at the end of May.

Sajjad welcomes greater EU trade access for Pakistan

Sajjad has strongly welcomed plans of a new comprehensive trading scheme which should allowPakistan greater access to EU markets. The "Generalised System of Preferences" (GSP) scheme allows developing countries to pay lower import tariffs on some or all of their exports to the EU.