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As Parliament has noted, we will need to ensure that the bank’ s future external activities are firmly framed in the context of the...
What we must firmly reject, however, is what assails our ears from Europe's left.
We firmly reject reproductive cloning, not only of human beings but also of animals.
The Russian side firmly denied the allegations which had been published in the media.
That is why I very firmly support minimum social standards at the European level.
The Commission therefore firmly rejects amendments to that effect.
For the first time, information policy is not firmly anchored in the guidelines.
I firmly believe, however, that aviation safety has to be put into perspective.
Lord Bethell is, and remains, firmly a member of the British Conservative Group.
We firmly believe that the Constitution allows the Union to make significant improvements.
I am firmly convinced that kicking the habit is the best way of achieving a healthier life.
I can only back what the previous speaker has said, that we must abide firmly by the country-of-origin principle, that the Commission must...
To start with, we should firmly insist that a 'Charter on Passenger Rights ' be properly marketed - as the rapporteur has already suggested.
We're firmly committed to keeping your information safe and secure, while at the same time being transparent to you about how we collect
On the whole, we must firmly hold to the notion that within the internal market, too, human health is the most important thing, and that
All of these Council decisions must be implemented firmly, but with discernment.
The Spanish Presidency is firmly set on contributing to the success of the Convention.
I repeat, they are attacks that we firmly reject because it is all just propaganda.
The Commission has to be seen to be acting firmly.
On each occasion, I firmly reiterated our expectations with regard to how the opposition should be dealt with.
A private firm cannot decide whether the expenditure is appropriate.
This firm was suspected of fraud as early as 1992.
And I think it's entirely possible for your engineering firm to have jobs for people... preserve open spaces, have contracts, do the...
The company had displayed three bare-breasted women on huge billboards, with just their nipples covered by the firm's bottletops.
Every week, there are European firms that announce relocations, usually without notice, and without consulting trade unions.
No European firm should gain competitive advantage at the expense of maltreated children.
I find this incomprehensible, because no respectable firm has anything to fear from this legislation.
No firm would cover travel expenses for its employees without proof that they have actually travelled.
The opposite is true for securities ' regulators of a firm with commodities as the core of the business.
On 23 January 2010 Listeria was found in various types of cheese produced by a firm in Eastern Styria (Austria).
Brussels is forcing any company that takes over a firm that has received aid to pay back all the public funds received.
It was supposed to have made it possible for a firm or a company complying with its own home rules to have a passport to trade anywhere
The industry comprises more than 21 000 firms providing 530 000 jobs, with a turnover in excess of EUR 72 billion.
We have an increased administrative and bureaucratic burden, which still leaves different firms facing over 15 different legal systems and rule systems.
It would, of course, make it easier for other firms to enter, but it would also make it easier for Irish companies to do business abroad.
The position of the European Union on this issue is quite simple, and quite firm.
The Commission, in particular, has a very firm idea of what to do.
The Council has made a firm commitment to make more money available for development aid.
On the domestic front, immigration and asylum policies of the Member States need to be fair and firm.
Be firm, or be tough on these important questions of trust and the law!
I am sure that people in this House have firm opinions on this matter.
But many things still need to be put on a firm footing.
If the management of a private firm had committed such major blunders, then I am almost certain that the owners would have given them the
to be very firm in the stand it takes.
Both of us are firmly committed to achieving a secure international order.
The structure we wish to extend must have firm foundations and it must be functional.
It will be difficult to establish a firm basis for competitiveness unless we raise levels of education.
We would become more secure and demonstrate greater solidarity, and we would have a firm base for a common energy policy for the European
We trust you will have a firm hand on the wheel, Mr Barroso, as you steer the European Union’ s course through those uncharted waters.
I think that we have to be very firm and we must follow the Council's lead.
You got to be hard and firm.
It is my firm belief that Bulgaria and Romania should become members of the EU.
Mr President, let us therefore have a firm desire to put this potential to good use.
Parliament should stand firm on its demand for a review of the financial perspective.
In the context of its powers, the Commission stands firm in the fight against homophobia.
It is my firm opinion that innovation is also the basis of employment.
Europe must be firm with the United States in the context of the transatlantic partnership.
The rapporteur is quite rightly firm about extending the period of transition currently in force.
I believe that it is really this firm dialogue which could lead to a solution to the issue.
Let's just say he wasn't strong...... or firm.
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