The campaign for Britain to leave the European Union kicks off in Hartlepool next week with a public meeting to discuss the upcoming in-out referendum.
UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall and regional MEP Jonathan Arnott will be speakers at the event, which is sponsored by the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group in the European Parliament. (EFDD)
“This is the perfect opportunity for local people to come along and find out about this vital campaign and ask any questions they have about leaving the EU,” said EFDD Euro-MP Mr Nuttall.
The meeting is to be held at Hartlepool Town Hall in Raby Road, Hartlepool, TS24 8AY beginning at 2 pm on Saturday, November 14.
“This is a crucial issue and one on which no one under the age of 58 has been able to vote on. It affects not just the lives of those voting but future generations and it is essential that the public fully understands its importance,” said fellow EFDD MEP Mr Arnott.
“Please come along and get involved in what’s set to be a defining moment in this country’s history. Be part of Britain’s independence. The Labour Party likes to scaremonger that leaving the EU will mean the loss of millions of jobs in this country – yet more and more large companies have shown their commitment to staying, including Nissan,” he added.
The tickets for this important event are free and should be booked in advance from ticketsource.co.uk/eureferendumdebate.
“As well as listening to the reasons why Britain should vote to leave the EU in the upcoming referendum members of the audience will have the chance to ask questions and engage in a public debate about the biggest decision in modern times,” said Mr Arnott