Stuart Agnew statement

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Dear Member,
Most of the MEPs have resigned their Spokesman positions, but I have not.
Why?
The reason is very simple. Most, if not all of these individuals were supporters of Henry Bolton for his election and now feel the need to publicly distance themselves from him. I on the other hand was the running mate of his chief opponent and feel no need to make any dramatic protest. He is already subject to an EGM where I, again, will vote against him.Meanwhile I will continue to represent the interests of British agriculture on the EU Parliaments AGRI Committee.

Stuart Agnew MEP 

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STUART AGNEW MEP: ‘Please sign, like and share this petition!’

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Fishing boats in Hastings


I have just signed the ‘Ensure the British fishing waters are returned to the UK post Brexit’ petition, details as follows:-
petition.parliament.uk/petitions/185827

Ensure the British fishing waters are returned to the UK post Brexit’ – In the 1970s Edward Heath betrayed our fisherman and our coastal communities with the Common Fisheries Policy. A leaked report now shows that the EU wants to retain control over the fish stocks in British waters.  We call on Parliament to ensure these waters and fish stocks return to Britain

The petition now has over 53,000 signatures.  I would be very grateful if you would consider signing the petition and also if you could promote the petition on your social media.

Many thanks,

Stuart Agnew MEP

Stuart Agnew MEP – Newsletter 08/03/16

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Please find below newsletter from Stuart Agnew MEP:

On Wednesday 2nd March, I took part in an EU Debate at the Agri Expo taking place at Kent County Showground.  This was a very well attended event.  Please go to btfpartnership.co.uk/eu-referendum-debate-289 to view a video featuring the speakers taking part in the debate. There was also an interview on ITV Meridian News which can be viewed at:  itv.com/news/meridian/update/2016-03-02/are-farmers-better-off-in-or-out-of-the-eu-a-crop-of-conflicting-views-in-kent
 
Stuart Agnew MEP