David Martin MEP

Labour Member of the European Parliament and one of the six MEPs representing Scotland in Brussels and Strasbourg

Articles & Letters

The people changed their minds on Theresa May so why not Brexit too? - The Daily Record, 17 June 2017

Wearing our values - The Caithness Courier, April 2017

Maintaining Conflict Mineral regulations post Brexit - The Highland News, April 2017

Brexit Britain must match the EU’s tough new regulations on conflict minerals - Left Foot Forward, 20 March 2017 

Labour's foolish Article 50 decision has given Brexit idealogues a blank cheque - Herald AGENDA, 15 March 2017

Countries that show Scotland can stay in single market even after Brexit - Herald AGENDA, 7 February 2017

Why Ceta is a good deal for Europe - The Orkney News, February 2017

Securing Scotland's European future - The Highland News, February 2017

We Robot - The Caithness Courier, February 2017

Brexit policy should focus on damage limitation - The Times, 19 December 2016

European Citizenship - The Highland News, December 2016

A temporary halt in building the bridge - The Caithness Courier, November 2016

Unwelcome Guests - The Highland News, November 2016

Fat chance of a long-term health threat - The Caithness Courier, October 2016

In the dark over our future in Europe - The Highland News, October 2016 

The first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal - The Midlothian Advertiser, October 2016

Dieselgate exposes betrayed trust in car industry - The Caithness Courier, September 2016

Ending Touquet - the implications - The Highland News, September 2016

Action needed to ban dangerous microbeads - The Caithness Courier, August 2016

The work goes on - The Caithness Courier, July 2016

Scottish Labour has missed its big opportunity on the constitution - Letters, The Herald, 10 May 2016

Radical home rule is the answer to Labour's woes - The Evening News (Comment) 10 May 2016

No EU restrictions for controversial herbicide - The Highland News, April 2016

Smoke without fire - The Caithness Courier, April 2016

Fighting the resistance - The Highland News, March 2016

A steel industry in crisis - The Caithness Courier, March 2016

Transmissible Animal Diseases - The Caithness Courier, February 2016

Emitting Defeat - The Highland News, February 2016

A Circular Economy - The Caithness Courier, January 2016

A Digital Single Market for All - The Highland News, January 2016

A tight, well-regulated EU arms export policy is essential_The Caithness Courier, December 2015

COP21 - The Caithness Courier, November 2015

Staying Neutral - The Highland News, October 2015

Protecting the air we breath - The Caithness Courier, October 2015

Strengthening anti-torture regulations - The Highland News, September 2015

Beyond food and drink: protecting the Scottish brand - The Caithness Courier, September 2015

An Opportunity has been missed - The Herald, Letters, 15 September 2015

Passenger Name Records - The Highland News, August 2015

Growing Organic - The Caithness Courier, August 2015

Making Wildlife Crime a Priority - The Highland News, July 2015

Towards simpler and more reliable travelling - The Caithness Courier, July 2015

TTIP deal may not complete during current European Parliament - The Herald, Business, 20 July 2015

"Lacking a Leader" - Letters, The Scotsman, Wednesday 15 July 2015

No EU trade for instruments of torture and death - The Caithnesss Courier, June 2015

The ugly side of the beautiful game - The Highland News June 2015

"Trade has been Scotland's lifeblood for centuries" Herald Agenda, Tuesday 9 June

"Trade deal must be right for Scotland" Daily Record, Tuesday 9 June 2015

"Let us hope the EU can be persuaded to take a strong stance on conflict minerals" Letters, The Herald, Wednesday 20 April 2015

Maternity Law - Letters, The Scotsman, Saturday 16 May 2015

European Red List of Bees - The Highland News, May 2015

Dazed and Confused - The Caithness Courier, May 2015

Heavy Drinking - The Highland News, April 2015

Our unwitting contribution to conflict and abuse - The Caithness Courier, April 2015 

The cost of credit card transactions - The Highland News, March 2015

Changed Times (Daylight Saving) - The Caithness Courier, March 2015

TTIP, further concerns - The Highland News, February 2015

Cross border traffic convictions - The Caithness Courier, February 2015

TTIP & ISDS - The Highland News, January 2015

European Year for Development - The Caithness Courier, January 2015

Tax Evasion - The Highlands News, December 2015

Recognising a solution (Palestine) - The Caithness Courier, December 2014

Pope Francis at the European Parliament - The Highland News, November 2015

Allowed to say No to GMO - The Caithness Courier, November 2014

Bullfighting - The Herald Agenda, October 2014

Funding Cruelty - The Highland News, October 2014

Stress at Work - The Caithness Courier, October 2014

Connected to conflict - The Highland News, September 2014

The enormous challenges of Ebola - The Caithness Courier, September 2014

Humanitarian aid in our crisis-hit world - The Highland News, August 2014

Italy gets 'presidential' - The Caithness Courier, August 2014

Unconventional Risks - The Highland News, July 2014

Taking a dip into a valuable EU resource - The Caithness Courier, July 2014

Youthful Opportunities - The Highland News, June 2014

Fracking - The Caithness Courier, June 2014

Past achievements, future challenges - The Highland News, May 2014

The new European Parliament - The Caithness Courier, May 2014

Plastic waste - The Highland News, April 2014

Fighting the alien invasion - The Caithness Courier, April 2014

Flights and package holidays - The Highland News, March 2014

Charging Devices - The Caithness Courier, March 2014

Food fraud - The Highland News, February 2014

Plastic waste in the environment - The Caithness Courier, February 2014

Food speculation - The Highland News, January 2014

Wildlife Crime - The Caithness Courier, January 2014

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