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MEP

abbr.
member of the European Parliament
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MEP

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Member of the European Parliament
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MEP

N ABBR (Brit) =Member of the European Parliamenteurodiputado/a m/f
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Labour MEPs Sion Simon and Neena Gill voted to continue the EU's policy of refusing to begin talks about a trade deal, when the European Parliament debated Brexit.
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As recompense, the MEPs will be eligible for taxpayer-funded severance payoffs - unless the remaining member countries rip up their contracts.
During the meeting, the SAPM briefed the MEPs about the policies of the present government, aimed at enhancing welfare and security of the people, generating economic growth and addressing the energy crisis.
Most MEPs criticised the Commission for proposing a visa waiver for Turkish nationals even though the country has not yet fulfilled all the criteria.