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'European Union: Is There a Future?' - Stuart Agnew MEP: Cambridge European Society

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On Thursday 20 February 2014, the Cambridge European Society hosted a lecture by Stuart Agnew MEP at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge. Stuart Agnew is the UK Independence Party MEP representing the East of England. Stuart was elected to the European Parliament in June 2009, where he is a member of the Agriculture & Rural Development Committee: here, he is often a lone voice in speaking up for British farmers and trying to make the Committee understand the practical effects of their proposals on farmers, in the real world. He also regularly attends meetings of the Parliament's Constitutional Affairs Committee, where he is reserve Committee Member. He has also recently taken over from Nigel Farage MEP, as a member of the Fisheries Committee. Outside of UKIP, Stuart Agnew is a member of the National Farmers Union and served as their Norfolk County Chairman in 1998. He was also the Norfolk Delegate to the NFU HQ Council from 2000 to 2009, when he relinquished the position on being elected to the European Parliament. He is a keen campaigner against the man-made global warming myth and on coastal erosion. Stuart is the author and presenter of a major lecture on the EU, which he has presented in schools, colleges and at many public meetings.

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