BBC Radio 4 Today - EU MFF Budget
Director of Business for New Europe, Phillip Souta talks with Stephen Radley, chief economist at the manufacturers' organisation the EEF about the current EU Council meeting on the EU Multi-annual Financial Framework Budget.
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BBC Radio 4 World at One - EU Budget
Director of Business for New Europe, Phillip Souta, commenting on the future negotiations of the EU Budget on BBC Radio 4 World at One, 01/11/2012.
BNE Director on Newsnight - 26/10/2012 EU Budget
Director of BNE, Phillip Souta, talks about the relationship of the UK with the EU before an EU Summit on the MFF Budget in November 2012 on BBC's Newsnight.
BNE Director on BBC 5 Live - October 2012 EU Summit
Director for Business for New Europe, Phillip Souta, talks about the future of the European Union and the Euro following a EU Council Summit in October 2012.
BNE Chairman Roland Rudd on BBC’s Newsnight: Future of the Eurozone
Speaking on BBC's Newsnight on the 19 September 2012, Roland Rudd stated the current strategy in Brussels was working and he praised Mario Draghi, Head of the European Central Bank, for the “brave” decisions he has made over the last number of months.
BNE Chairman Roland Rudd on BBC’s Daily Politics: Eurozone Break-up with Lord Wolfson
Simon Wolfson, who organised a competition to find the best plan for dealing with a eurozone break-up, says that it looks increasingly unlikely the eurozone will "muddle through".
The Conservative peer told the Daily Politics that the issue of employment and growth in the southern European countries was not being addressed.
BNE Chairman, Roland Rudd, said a eurozone break-up would be "horrific and lead to a far worse situation than we have got now".
Nick Clegg at BNE Breakfast
The Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, speaking at a BNE business leader breakfast on 14 December 2011.
Roland Rudd at Policy Exchange ‘Fight Club’ Debate
On 21 November, BNE Chairman, Roland Rudd, took part in Policy Exchange's 'Fight Club' debate on the motion "It is time for the UK to leave the EU". Matthew Sinclair, Director, Taxpayers Alliance, Peter Hitchens, Columnist, Mail on Sunday and Douglas Carswell MP argued for the motion, and Roland Rudd argued against it along with Dominic Rabb MP, and Anthony Browne, Former Brussels Correspondent, The Times. The motion was defeated 34 to 24.
Roland Rudd on the Climate Change Act
This film features Ed Miliband MP, Roland Rudd, Simon Hughes MP and others. It was filmed by the Foreign Office to draw attention to the issue of climate change.
Roland Rudd on the G20
Roland Rudd discusses the importance of international cooperation at the G20.