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 […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
A London Conservative MEP has spoken out today against EU plans which could devalue British pensions and force major insurance companies to move abroad.
It was reported today that the UKs biggest insurer, London-based Prudential, might move its headquarters to Hong Kong if the EU introduces measures to force insurance companies to hold millions of […]Continue Reading →
Conservative Member of the European Parliament Marina Yannakoudakis raised objections today to a report tabled in the European Parliaments Womens 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 […]Continue Reading →
Brussels, 1st March 2011 –– Conservative Women’s Spokesman Marina Yannakoudakis MEPs has described today’s EU Court ruling on insurance premiums as ‘a setback for common sense’ and ‘a setback for women drivers’.
The European Court of Justice has upheld the opinion of its top adviser and said that singling out women for preferential treatment […]Continue Reading →