Tuesday, 13 April 2010

A Free Invitation


Edward Spalton has asked me to publish the following notice of a Public Meeting. He has also provided me with a brief description of each speaker.

"I haven't heard Fiona MacEvoy speak but she writes extremely well. Stuart Notholt is excellent. I should add that he is not a candidate in the general election. "Candidate 2010" is CIB's information site on the views of election candidates on the EU issue. Sean Gabb is a very persuasive, provocative speaker always worth listening to - especially when you disagree!
Dele Ogun is one of the best I have ever heard. His is a Nigerian of the Yoruba nation. He draws some interesting parallels between the well-intentioned federalism imposed on Nigeria by British colonial civil servants and the self-inflicted impositions of the EU on the UK."

Sounds like a 5-star line up and it's free!


PUBLIC MEETING

FREE ADMISSION

Saturday 17th April 2010

2.30pm to 4.30pm

CARRS LANE CHURCH CENTRE

Carrs Lane, Birmingham B4 7SX

10 minutes walk from city centre New Street station.

See website www.carrslane.co.uk for directions

“WHO SPEAKS FOR THE PEOPLE OF BRITAIN”?

In the Chair

GEORGE WEST

Chairman, Campaign for an Independent Britain

Speakers

FIONA McEVOY

The Taxpayers Alliance, West Midlands

“Our Money Under Our Control”

Dr. SEAN GABB

Director The Libertarian Alliance

“The Old Order Yielding Place to New”

STUART NOTHOLT

Vice-Chairman Campaign for an Independent Britain

“General Election “Candidate 2010”

DELE OGUN

Solicitor in England & Wales

“Democracy Gone Wrong”

Published by The Campaign for an Independent Britain www.eurosceptic.org.uk. For 35 years,CIB has led efforts to safeguard our nation’s sovereignty. We are a democratic, independent and strictly remaining a non-party political pressure group, supported by membership subscriptions and donations from members of the public. Our objective is Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union whilst maintaining trading and friendly relations with other countries

. Enquiries 07092 857684


6 comments:

Demetrius said...

Isn't New Street Station in Brum the place where everyone gets lost for at least an hour?

Mad Dog McClane said...

Is there a downloadable graphic of this poster for other bloggers to use? I can't find one on their site.

And many thanks for your visits to my blog & your comments.

John

subrosa said...

That's only if you follow google maps Demetrius! It's kind of a maze really.

subrosa said...

Auch John, I do wish more of my readers read your blog. You take me off to climes where, momentarily, I'd like to be.

John, send me an email and I'll send it by attachment. That won't have Edward's comments in it but you can make that a DIY project. :)

Billy said...

Independent Britain? England more like, running us - they don't want to be in the same position that Scotland is within the UK.

Major hypocricy here methinks!

subrosa said...

Sorry Billy, I should have made it clear that this was for those south of the border. Many of my readers do.

My apologies yet I hope those who are interested and live within travelling range of Birmingham attend. I would if I did.

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