Conservative Home was in Brussels for a conference recently, and here we are with some of the Tory MEPs. What was that about a women shortage? Here we have from left to right: Marina Yannakoudakis MEP, Emma McClarkin MEP, Vicky Ford MEP, Charles Tannock MEP, Jacqueline Foster MEP, Paul Goodman (ConHome Editor) Anthea McIntyre MEP, Geoffrey Van Order MEP, Julie Girling MEP, Lewis Sidnick (ConHome) and Martin Callanan MEP. Among Conservative MEPs as a while, I count eight women out of a total of 27.
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