I would like to thank all our volunteers for the effort that they have put in to our successful campaign. After 17 years of doing this myself, the significance of what we have achieved has yet to sink in. It has been an honour and privilege for me to have been a part of this historic event, and that the UKIP membership voted for me to be a prominent part of it. My catchphrase over the years has been: 'the British people will wake up just in time' , and they have.
Thank you all again, best wishes, Aggers.
Stuart Agnew MEP
24th June 2016
All 3 of our fantastic MEPs were recently featured in a BBC Sunday Politics report. If you missed it, it is well worth a watch
Patrick O'Flynn, MEP
Patrick was elected a Member of the European Parliament for the East of England in May 2014.
He was educated at Parkside Community College and Long Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge and then proceeded to read Economics at King's College, Cambridge graduating in 1987. He subsequently earned a Diploma in Journalism from City University London. He previously worked as Chief Political Commentator and then Political Editor of the Daily Express.
Stuart Agnew, MEP
Stuart represents the East of England
in the European Parliament, having been elected in June 2009.
He is a member of the European Parliaments Agriculture and Rural Development Committee
and also of the Fisheries Committee
He is also a reserve member of the European Parliaments Constitutional Affairs Committee
He campaigns vigorously against the man-made global warming myth and is also active in matters concerning coastal erosion.
Stuart lives and farms in Norfolk
More about Stuart can be found at stuartagnewmep.co.uk
European Parliament, Brussels, 03 December 2014
Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI)
Exchange of views with Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development
Tim Aker, MEP
Tim Aker is a newly elected Member of the European Parliament for the East of England region for the UK Independence Party. He is also Head of UKIP's Policy Unit.
He was educated at the University of Nottingham where he graduated with a BA in History and Politics. He was previously campaign director for Get Britain Out and a coordinator for the TaxPayers' Alliance.
Thurrock's Tim Aker MEP takes Labour's Westminster Candidate to task on the NHS
Published on Dec 11, 2014