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Members of the European Parliament missed an opportunity to put right an unreasonable European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling which has adversely affected young female drivers who have seen their premiums rise by as much as 38% from December last year.

Marina Yannakoudakis MEP, who is Conservative Spokesman on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in […]

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Marina Yannakoudakis, MEP for London and Conservative Women’s Rights Spokesman in the European Parliament, criticised today’s entry into force of EU gender neutral pricing rules.

The new rules, which follow a ruling by the European Court of Justice, mean that gender can no longer be used as a basis for pricing for car […]

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Marina Yannakoudakis, Conservative MEP for London, today criticised proposals approved by the parliament’s Women’s Rights and Gender Equalities Committee which called for quotas for female representation and repeated unreasonable demands to introduce 20 weeks of paid maternity leave across the European Union.

Marina, who is Conservative Spokesman for Women’s Rights in the European Parliament, […]

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Conservative Member of the European Parliament Marina Yannakoudakis raised objections today to a report tabled in the European Parliament’s Women’s Rights Committee on equal treatment between men and women in the field of insurance.

The report was drafted as a response to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling which banned insurers from applying different […]

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