Nick Griffin MEP has been receiving mail lately on the proposed new EU legislation for the enforced registration of seed varieties. The European Commission is currently drawing up a new law to regulate the sale of all seeds, plants and plant material. The latest draft of the law is more restrictive than current regulations.
Two of Mr Griffin’s MEP campaign issues were well received by the people of Barnsley, South Yorkshire recently. Led by Adam Walker, a team of activists distributed leaflets and spoke to local residents about the two important issues at hand.
Nick’s constituency office has recently received a letter from the CEO of the Recycling Association, a UK trade association that represents merchants and brokers who have their roots mainly in the paper recycling industry and have several members in his constituency.
European Parliament Strasbourg on the 23rd of October 2013, Nick Griffin MEP highlighted the staggering double standards in play upsetting a few hard-left bigots in the process