Wednesday, 12 December 2012


Mike Nattrass the UKIP West Midlands MEP to speak in Walsall & Wolverhampton.
Next Tuesday night is going to be a big night in Walsall, our local West Midlands UKIP MEP Mike Nattrass is coming to town.

He is due to talk at a public meeting he has organised in the Lyndon House Hotel at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 18th December – everyone is welcome to come along.

After all his years as an MEP in the European Parliament he certainly has a lot to say about the place and all the mad things that go on there. His talks are never dull and he loves to answer questions put to him from the audience – which is certainly something most other politicians do their best to avoid.

He relates how UKIP MEPs are the only ones to try to stand up against the tide of legislation that pours non-stop out of that place, the vast costs of running two Parliaments including the massive amounts of our money spent on translating over thirty languages even though there are twenty seven countries in the EU and some, such as the Irish, speak English but still have their Irish Gaelic translations anyway.

The following night, Wednesday 19th December again at 7.30 pm, he will hold another public meeting, this time in the Electric Club in Wolverhampton, so if you can’t get to one of these eye opening meetings then there is no excuse for missing the other – you really should be there as anyone that attends Mike’s public meetings learn one hell of a lot about the EU and why Britain should pull out as soon as possible.

The details of the two venues are:
Tuesday 18th December, 7.30 pm, The Lyndon House Hotel, Upper Rushall Street, Walsall, WS1 2HA.

Wednesday 19th December, 7.30 pm, St. Marks Road, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, WV3 0QH.


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