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Thank you for visiting my website. You may be aware I have now resigned as a Member of the European Parliament. A full statement can be found here

This website will remain in place as a record of my work as an MEP.

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Diana Wallis Profile

Diana Wallis MEP, Strasbourg 2009

Recent developments

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Recent updates

  • Trunks
    Article: Dec 12, 2011

    Along with fellow European Parliament Vice-President Isabelle Durant, Diana has initiated a campaign in the European Parliament to show MEPs that they can make a difference when it comes to reducing the effect of what has been termed the European Parliament's 'travelling circus'.

    Once a month the entire Parliament ups sticks and heads from its normal home inBrusselsto meet inStrasbourg, a distance of 436kms. All MEPs offices have a trunk (used to transport papers and other materials) which is collected on Friday, driven toStrasbourgand then returned toBrusselsonce the session is over. Currently eight vans travel toStrasbourgeach month and each van carries 375 trunks. If MEPs however leave their trunks standing up it will not be taken by the movers on the trip toStrasbourg; a fact that is not widely known. So now Diana Wallis and Isabelle Durant have launched a campaign under the heading 'Stand up your trunk, don't take it toStrasbourg'.

  • EU flag
    Article: Dec 10, 2011

    Diana has expressed her regret and deep concern at the outcome of last night's Europe's leaders crucial summit inBrussels.

    Diana expressed her 'regret and deep concern' after the results of the meeting became known, adding:

    "As a country we have left ourselves on the outside looking in and it is far from clear whose interest this serves if our Government is not to be at the decision-making table.

  • Diana with the President (EP)
    Article: Dec 6, 2011

    A new code of conduct for MEPs was endorsed by the European Parliament on Thursday by a staggering 619 votes in favour to just two against. The code sets out rules and principles which MEPs will need to follow in their contacts with outside interests so as to avoid conflicts of interest.

    Diana, who as the Vice President of the Parliament responsible for transparency issues served on the initial Working Group set up by the President of the Parliament, said:

  • Battery hens ()
    Article: Dec 6, 2011

    Diana is backing the UK Government's tough action to improve welfare standards and living conditions for hens and prevent eggs produced in 'battery cages' being sold in the UK,

    An EU ban on battery cages comes in to effect on 1 January 2012, from when egg producers are required to provide hens with larger and more comfortable cages, which include nesting and scratching areas that allow more natural behaviour.

  • Spanish property
    Article: Dec 1, 2011

    Diana today launched a publication looking at solutions for British expats facing difficulties with properties bought abroad.

    Her publication 'European Property Rights and Wrongs' sets out some practical steps to ensure the legal security of cross-border property sales. It features the input of European land law experts, practitioners as well as some of the groups who have been taking their battle to the Parliament's Petitions Committee for the past few years.

  • Diana at the press conference to launch her Presidency bid flanked by supporrters
    Article: Nov 30, 2011

    Diana Wallis MEP for the UK region of Yorkshire & the Humber has announced her decision to stand as an independent candidate for the Presidency of Parliament at the end of President Buzek's term of office in January 2012.

    "I am intending to stand as independent candidate for the Presidency of Parliament on the basis of nomination by forty colleagues.

  • Diana speaking at the UCL Transparency event
    Article: Nov 17, 2011

    Recently, Diana who of course has been instrumental in establishing the European Parliament's Transparency Register, gave a keynote speech to an audience of over 100 people at University College, London.

    Details of her speech and a video of the entire event can be found here:

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/public-policy/events/EU-transparency_lobbying

  • Dodgy doctor
    Article: Nov 16, 2011
    Diana has, along with her fellow Euro MPs, sent a strong signal of support to the European Commission to put in place a cross border alert system to stop so-called 'dodgy doctors' from moving from country to country to continue malpractice.
    The NHS relies heavily on the EU's free movement of labour with almost 1 in 10 health care professionals trained outside the UK.
  • Honey bee
    Article: Nov 15, 2011

    Diana today voted in favour of a co-ordinated EU strategy to secure a healthy honeybee population and tackle challenges in the beekeeping sector.

    Recent increases in bee mortality and a declining number of beekeepers across Europe could threaten food production and security, environmental sustainability and biodiversity if left unchecked. An estimated 84% of plant species and 76% of food production in Europe are dependent on pollination by bees.

  • Hornsea School
    Article: Nov 3, 2011

    Diana spent Tuesday morning through lunch at the Hornsea School and Language College where she met groups from Year 9 to Year 12 answering questions about her work as an MEP. After lunch she met with School Council representatives and key staff members to outline how European and Global Citizenship might be embedded in the school curriculum with particular emphasis on Citizenship.

Diana Wallis 2012 | European Parliament Presidential Candidate

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