UKIP Hillingdon are proud to announce our latest public meeting and give you the chance to quiz our candidate for London Mayor, Peter Whittle.
Date – Thursday 19th November
Venue – RAFA Battle of Britain Club, Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, UB10 0RY
Doors open at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start
Speeches to be followed by an open floor Q&A session. There will be time afterwards at the bar to meet the candidates.
Easily accessible by public transport including the 427 and 607 bus from Uxbridge Station, the club is on the main A4020 opposite The Greenway and Jack’s fish & chip shop.
Peter Whittle is UKIP’s Culture Spokesman and a proud Londoner. A successful media figure and founder member of the influential New Culture Forum think tank, he stood in the recent General Election for UKIP in Eltham.
David Kurten is one of our leading GLA list candidates. A Chemistry Teacher and Improv Theatre Trainer, David will give his unique insight into the issues facing Londoners today.
Chaired by UKIP Hillingdon’s Cliff Dixon
We hope to see you there!
Speaking recently, Prime Minister David Cameron (left) praised the EU for making short haul flights cheaper and cutting the cost of mobile phone calls whilst roaming abroad.
Ignoring the real reasons why our membership is bad for the UK such as surrender of sovereignty, red tape strangling business, our inability to control our borders and the huge amounts we pay to be members of this undemocratic institution, Cameron’s appeal to the public shows how little he will actually be able to change in his ‘renegotiation’ and lays bare the shallowness of his arguments.
However, let’s look at the reality of what he is saying.
1 – Cheap Flights
The Prime Minister’s claim that the EU has promoted the ability of airlines to provide cheaper flights for both business and holiday traffic misses a number of major points.
Firstly, business flights are on the decrease across the EU and the world in general. With the rise of ever better internet and communications technology, more companies are using this technology for business rather than flying to meetings overseas. Therefore, any EU intervention to make flights cheaper (Which I don’t actually believe has happened anyway) will not have a massive effect on business.