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This profile was last updated on 10/11/02  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Michael Scannell

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Background

Employment History

  • Member of Cabinet
    EU Commissioner David Byrne

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Mr David Byrne
  • Member
6 Total References
Web References
The Northern Ireland Assembly -
www.niassembly.gov.uk, 11 Oct 2002 [cached]
Last week, I spoke to Michael Scannell, a member of EU Commissioner David Byrne's cabinet, about sheep identification.
The UK Kennel Club Intervenes | Save Our Breeds
www.saveourbreeds.org.uk, 8 June 2001 [cached]
On the 7th June 2001 representatives of The Kennel Club travelled to Brussels to attend a meeting with Michael Scannell - a Member of Mr David Byrne's* Cabinet, who specialises in Animal Welfare Legislation, and Paul Remits - a European Commission legal advisor, to discuss the current 'dangerous dog' legislation being perpetrated in Germany and other areas of Europe.
The meeting lasted for over an hour and was considered constructive by all parties. Interestingly, Mr Scannell said "Whilst dog welfare issues are not always high on the political agenda, the German situation has made a significant impact and could easily be measured on the Richter scale"!
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Whilst Mr Scannell confirmed that ultimately the EU is unable to make legal proposals to the German Authorities, he assured the Kennel Club representatives that his office would continue to request the scientific evidence that proves that the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is more likely to be 'dangerous' than any other breed.
On the 7th June 2001 representatives ...
www.saveourbreeds.org.uk, 1 June 2001 [cached]
On the 7th June 2001 representatives of The Kennel Club travelled to Brussels to attend a meeting with Michael Scannell - a Member of Mr David Byrne's* Cabinet, who specialises in Animal Welfare Legislation, and Paul Remits - a European Commission legal advisor, to discuss the current 'dangerous dog' legislation being perpetrated in Germany and other areas of Europe. Continue Reading →
KC Visit to EU Commission
www.dominodogs.org, 1 June 2001 [cached]
On the 7th June 2001 representatives of The Kennel Club travelled to Brussels to attend a meeting with Michael Scannell - a Member of Mr David Byrne's* Cabinet, who specialises in Animal Welfare Legislation, and Paul Remits - a European Commission legal advisor, to discuss the current 'dangerous dog' legislation being perpetrated in Germany and other areas of Europe.
The meeting lasted for over an hour and was considered constructive by all parties.Interestingly, Mr Scannell said "Whilst dog welfare issues are not always high on the political agenda, the German situation has made a significant impact and could easily be measured on the Richter scale"!
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Whilst Mr Scannell confirmed that ultimately the EU is unable to make legal proposals to the German Authorities, he assured the Kennel Club representatives that his office would continue to request the scientific evidence that proves that the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is more likely to be 'dangerous' than any other breed.
From: "David Levy" July 2, 2001 - Press Releases
www.internationalstafford.com, 1 June 2001 [cached]
On the 7th June 2001 representatives of The Kennel Club travelled to Brussels to attend a meeting with Michael Scannell - a Member of Mr David Byrne's* Cabinet, who specialises in Animal Welfare Legislation, and Paul Remits - a European Commission legal advisor, to discuss the current ‘dangerous dog' legislation being perpetrated in Germany and other areas of Europe.
The meeting lasted for over an hour and was considered constructive by all parties.Interestingly, Mr Scannell said "Whilst dog welfare issues are not always high on the political agenda, the German situation has made a significant impact and could easily be measured on the Richter scale"!
...
Whilst Mr Scannell confirmed that ultimately the EU is unable to make legal proposals to the German Authorities, he assured the Kennel Club representatives that his office would continue to request the scientific evidence that proves that the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is more likely to be ‘dangerous' than any other breed.
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