Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Public Meeting 10th April 2017

Speaker -  Patrick O’Flynn MEP

Please come along to our Public Meeting on:

Monday 10th April 2017 from 8:30pm. - Bar open from 8pm.

Venue: Watford Town and Country Club, Halsey House, Rosslyn Rd, Watford WD18 0JX

We have a great speaker to entertain and inform our debate Mr Patrick O’Flynn


Patrick O'Flynn is a UKIP MEP for the Eastern region.
Prior to being elected in May 2014, Patrick was UKIP Director of Communications and also served as Campaign Director for the party's victorious European elections campaign. Before then Patrick was the longstanding Chief Political Commentator of the Daily Express and instigated that newspaper's exciting campaign to get Britain out of the European Union. He also served as political editor of the Express in an 18-year career with the newspaper group. During 25 years as a newspaper journalist, Patrick also worked for the Hull Daily Mail, the Birmingham Post and the Sunday Express.
Born in Cambridge in August 1965, Patrick attended Morley Memorial Primary School, Parkside Community College and Long Road Sixth Form College in the City, before going on to graduate with an honours degree in economics from King's College, Cambridge. He is married with two teenage children.
Please watch Patrick in action at this year’s conference – Click here


There is plenty to reflect on and indeed celebrate. As I write I am looking forward to the imminent triggering of Article 50. So please come along, listen, ask questions and join the debate; and dare I say raise a glass to celebrate our success – We are leaving the European Union!

UKIP still has the ability to drive policy in the UK. So come along and help shape the future of politics in the UK. To catch up on the latest topics of interest see http://www.ukip.org/news

Looking forward to seeing you for some healthy debate

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