Sajjad's ongoing battle to reduce EU red-tape took another positive step forward this week when, at their Strasbourg plenary session MEPs voted to support his report outlining a raft of measures to tackle red-tape and rationalise the legislative process.
Conservatives in the European Parliament have refused to back an agreement reached last week between MEPs and national governments that would significantly over-regulate electronic cigarettes, taking many of them off the shelves.
A draft agreement between the European Parliament and EU Council on legislation to open up the EU audit services market beyond the dominant "Big Four" firms and remedy auditing weaknesses revealed by the financial crisis was endorsed by the Legal Affairs Committee today (Tuesday).
Sajjad has welcomed a new package of measures to regulate the financial products market across the European Union. The new directive will improve transparency and ensure the UK stays at the forefront of global trade.
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