Malcolm Harbour was first elected MEP for the West Midlands in 1999. He is Chairman of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee. In particular, he was very active in the debate on the Services Directive. Malcolm Harbour is co-chairman of the Forum for Automobile and Society (www.autoandsociety.com).
This is an independent European think tank on the car’s role in society. He was formerly a partner in a motor industry consulting company, Harbour Wade Brown from 1989 to 1999, and was UK and Overseas Sales Director for Austin Rover.
He was educated at Bedford School, Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated in Engineering, and the University of Aston, where he gained a Diploma in Management