National Conference


Nigel Farage MEP, Leader, UK Independence Party, has an important conference coming up. This year could be make or break for the Independence Party. A lack of real engagement by the established parties with the electorate leaves a very large pool of apparently uncommitted votes and widespread voter frustration. At the same time the United States of Europe is forging ahead, ignoring the European electorate and attempting to impose the European Constitution. Once that Constitution is in place national politics will become irrelevant because the Eurocrats plan to extinguish all traditional national identity. In this environment, an Independence Party could achieve a break through, so there is all to play for

The British political conference season is gearing up. Hot of the blocks is an announcement from the UK Independence Party with details of their forthcoming National Conference:

UK Independence Party

National Conference 2007

Friday and Saturday 5-6 October

The Troxy Conference Centre
Commercial Rd, London E1 0HX

The UKIP 2007 conference has moved. The previous venue in London’s Docklands turned out to be unsuitable and we have been fortunate to reserve the Troxy.
Conveniently located between Docklands and the City, this new venue is 3 minutes walk from Limehouse station on the Docklands Light Railway. It is also close to the Excel Centre so there is no need to change accommodation or transport arrangements for those who have already booked.
How to book your place at Conference
Booking is now open and details appear on our website (click ‘Conference 2007’ on the front page and follow the links to a downloadable form). These details are also in the current edition of Independence, due for delivery around 2 September.

Many thanks.
John Whittaker

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