13th April 2015
Ashley Fox, Conservative MEP for the South West of England & Gibraltar, visited the newly expanded state-of-the-art production facility, that also doubles as a visitor centre, at the Healey’s Cyder Farm in Cornwall. The new facility cost approximately £3.4m and was part funded by a grant from the European Agricultural Fund.
31st March 2015
Ashley Fox, Conservative MEP for the South West of England and Gibraltar, has warmly welcomed the latest investment by Honda into its Wiltshire based facility. Honda have revealed that they intend to develop the next generation of the Honda Civic in its Swindon plant with a projected investment of £200m.
26th March 2015
Ashley Fox, Conservative MEP for the South West of England & Gibraltar, has welcomed an assurance from a leading EU Commissioner over the party's campaign to ensure new VAT rules do not have an adverse impact on micro-enterprises.
11th March 2015
Ashley Fox, Leader of the Conservatives in the European Parliament and MEP for the South West of England & Gibraltar, has called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to back Britain’s beer and pub sector by cutting beer duty for the third time in the Budget on 18th March.
2nd March 2015
Ashley Fox MEP, Leader of the Conservatives in the European Parliament has welcomed last week’s announcement by the European Commission to create an ‘Energy Union'.
16th December 2014
I recently visited the Superfast Cornwall programme in Camborne, Cornwall to find out the fibre broadband rollout in Cornwall. At the heart of our discussion was progress that the project had made since its inception in 2010 and the economic benefit to Cornwall.
15th October 2014
In recent days I have been contacted by thousands of constituents regarding the EU/USA Trade Deal, officially known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Unfortunately, various left wing pressure groups have propagated a number of lies that have misled people about TTIP.
8th October 2014
Ashley Fox, MEP for the South West of England & Gibraltar, has warmly welcomed the decision by the Commission to finally give the go ahead for the new reactor at Hinkley Point. The proposed development had been the subject of a lengthy investigation by officials within the Competition Commission as to whether the funding package for the new reactor constitutes ‘state aid’ and is therefore illegal under EU law. This investigation has now concluded and the plans have been approved.