U.K. RENEWAL ASSOCIATION LTD.
SWINDON CONFERENCE - 7TH FEBRUARY, 2009
10.30 a.m. Registration
11.00 a.m. Welcome by Geoffrey Kingscott
Why are we here today?
Aims of U.K. Renewal
11.10 a.m. Peter Williams
Why we need an effective withdrawalist party
11.20 a.m. Eric Edmond
How we are controlled by the EU
11.45 a.m. Bruce Lawson
Vernon Colman - Why he is not here
TaxPayers Alliance - Why they are not here
11.50 a.m. Harold James
The View from here
12.05 p.m. Panel/Forum
Chairman - Peter Cole
LUNCH - 12.45 p.m.
2.00 p.m. Len Baynes
English and British
2.10 p.m. John Petley
Disaster in Brussels
2.30 p.m. Robin Page
3.00 p.m. Bruce Lawson
Aims and Possible Solutions
3.15 p.m. COMFORT BREAK
3.30 p.m. Martin Haslam, F.C.A.
The Finances of a political party
3.45 p.m. Panel/Forum
Chairman - Steve Roxborough
4.30 p.m. Approximate Closure and Thanks - Eric Edmond
I see the Common Man has been posting his usual lies about me. I say to him, put your name to it and we will see you in court. I notice that the honourable Mr Gill has been unable to produce any evidence to support his despicable BNP smear against any one of the signatories of the letter opposing the constitutional changes. Thinking of the NEC of which Mr Gill is a member, I am reminded of Mark Anthony's line from Julius Caesar, " so were they all, all honourable men"
I refer anyone who wonders what possible rationale is behind these evil, malicious and very damaging lies about me, David & Del to recent speculative posts on the democracy forum
Many people put their names to these posts on the Forum unlike the Common and cowardly Man.
On the economics front Ros Altmann, TB's former pension guru, hit the nail on the head on Newsnight last night by pointing out that Government, i.e BoE policy, in cutting interest rates to near zero was penalising those who had behaved responsibly and prudently e.g. old people with savings, whilst rewarding those who had gotten us into the mess by over lending to property spivs. Nothing sums up the dishonesty and immorality of this Government more than this.
Worse it will discourage saving and make banks and building societies even more dependent on the wholesale money markets whence came all our problems.
Immoral and stupid!