Tuesday, 27 July 2010
Nikki Sinclaire MEP : The ‘People’s Petition’
If there were any further proof needed of what UKIP's MEPs could have achieved if they were free of the shackles of Faragism, then this is surely it. With their funds disappearing into Farage's coffers, without any knowledge of what their money is spent on, UKIP's MEPs have achieved precisely nothing. Nikki Sinclaire, however, by leaving the corrupt EFD group, has used her resources to create a campaign designed to force a debate on continued membership of the EU in the House of Commons.
Farage's disciples should take note: this is what they were elected to do! They failed...
Nikki Sinclaire Press Release
West Midlands MEP Launches ambitious 100,000 ‘People’s Petition’ in Birmingham and Stoke
Campaigning West Midlands MEP Nikki Sinclaire has today launched a ‘people’s petition’ calling on the coalition government to hold a referendum on European Union membership
Said Nikki ‘It is a disgrace that no-one under the age of 53 has had the chance to say whether they want to be part of the European Union and yet it spends £45m of our money every day’. Nikki is using a campaign ‘battle bus’ to visit ‘every town and City in the Midlands over the next year to collect signatures. Said Nikki ‘I aim to collect the petition over the next year or so and have also launched an online version at http://www.haveyoursay.eu/
Nikki said that the battle bus also doubles as a mobile surgery and gives her a chance to meet ‘my employers’ i.e. constituents at first hand. Said Nikki ‘Although I have massive reservations about the European Union I do never the less want to use my time helping people and I am issuing an open invitation to people to talk to me about anything that concerns them from job security to Housing problems’. Nikki regularly receives enquiries on a broad range of concerns and has a high success rate resolving problems working in association with local Councils and Parliament
PRESS NOTES: Nikki starts her campaign in Stoke town centre on Wednesday the 28th of July 2010 and will also visit Birmingham City Centre for interviews and photographs
CONTACT POINT: For details of times, locations and photo opportunities contact: Josh O’Nyons on 0121 359 5933 or 07538 311334. firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact Nikki directly email@example.com