BlogSay No to the EU Campaign continues in Ledbury on Thursday 25th Feb

Say No to the EU Campaign continues in Ledbury on Thursday 25th Feb

Say No to the EU Campaign continues in Ledbury on Thursday 25th Feb

With the EU referendum looming closer local people have a unique opportunity to have their questions answered about the pros and cons of European Union membership.

 

A ‘Say No To the EU’ campaign public meeting is to be held in Ledbury on Thursday, February 25th and all are welcome to attend.

 

“This is a great opportunity for both those thinking about leaving, those wanting to stay and the undecided to come along, listen to the speakers and have any questions answered,” explained James Carver, West Midlands UKIP MEP.

 

He will be one of the speakers along with his local UKIP colleague Jill Seymour, MEP, the party’s Transport spokesman, and Simon Richards from The Freedom Association. 

 

 

The meeting takes place at Alexander Park Resort, Court-Y-Park, Pixley, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2RW, beginning at 7.30pm and entry is free.

 

“Only David Cameron believes his EU deal is credible. We now have senior judges stating that it may not even be legally binding and I myself have spoken in the European Parliament about how this referendum is not just about Britain but about future enlargement of the EU as well,” said Mr Carver, UKIP’s Commonwealth spokesman and member of the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee.

 

“Come along to hear my analysis in more detail. I and my fellow speakers Simon Richards and Jill Seymour MEP welcome questions and relish the chance to address pro-EU claims, so bring along friends and family who haven't made up their minds too,” he added.

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