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E-newsletter September/October from Richard Howitt MEP, Labour's Member of the European Parliament for the East of England:

"It's your future!" Richard meets "Votes at 16" campaigners from across the region to back their call to take part in the EU referendum, (read more).

 

East Labour MPs Clive Lewis, Daniel Zeichner and Gavin Shuker discuss the 'Labour Yes' campaign for the EU referendum, on a visit to Brussels, (read more).

 

YOUR chance to visit the European Parliament in  Strasbourg - places allocated on a first come, first served basis, (full details here).

 

Why Richard voted 'no' to the the EU-US trade talks known as "TTIP", (read more).

 

East Tory MEPs are slavish in opposing rights at work, back dirty deals with foreign dictators and tell disabled people to "stay at home", (read more).

 

How Richard and his fellow Labour Euro MPs boosted efforts to cut carbon emissions, took part in efforts to resolve the Greek debt crisis and marked the anniversary of Europe's worst genocide since the Second World War, (read more).

 

Challenging Eurosceptic myths over the migrant crisis, (read more).

 

How Labour won more than 50 per cent of the vote in a Norfolk council by-election, (read more).

 

Hear Richard speak on the Labour Conference fringe, (read more).

 

How Richard hosted a visit from the wife of the Saudi blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes, (read more).

 

Richard's role as the UN moves towards agreeing global goals to tackle the twin threats of poverty and climate change, (read more).

 

The Labour leadership debate, Fireman Sam, the England rugby captain and building confidence, (see Richard's photo diary from the constituency here).

 

Standing up for the Muslim community, lobbying for the living wage, promoting our universities and regenerating a river, (read about these and more of Richard's constituency activities near you).

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