North West Region

Local UKIP MEP addresses voters concerns at Public meeting

Local UKIP MEP addresses voters concerns at Public meeting


A public meeting was held at Cleveleys Community Centre on 23 October 2014, addressed by MEP for the North West and UKIP’s Migration and Financial Affairs Spokesman, Steven Woolfe.


Both UKIP Prospective Parliamentary Candidates for Blackpool North and Cleveleys and Blackpool South, Simon Noble and Peter Wood respectively addressed the strong crowd of 60 in the audience.

Steven Woolfe commented, “In 1973, control of Britain was handed over to unelected EU Civil Servants whose average salary is £100,000. UKIP fights for people to decide their own future. Public concern on immigration is at an all-time high and that is why UKIP will adopt the Australian points based system to create an ethical, fair and sustainable migration policy. Blackpool is like the rest of the country. Wherever you go, the people of this country want change and people are now considering UKIP to be the party to deliver on that.”

Steven continued, “The people of Blackpool also care about their community and local issues. I know that our local UKIP branch in Blackpool are working tirelessly for the town and listening to the local issues which matter to the local people.”

Simon Noble commented, “It is great to see so many people turn up to our public meeting. As a local branch, we are working hard to listen to the concerns of the people of Blackpool and we will continue to fight hard for our town.”

Peter Wood also commented, “This town needs change from the old tired parties and our branch in Blackpool is now campaigning on a whole range of national and local policies.”



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