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Meanwhile, this podcast takes us on a trip to Durham for a look at England’s interaction with European Culture, then on to Birmingham to examine one of the bolder claims made by the Europhiles, and finally to Nottingham for events at the Young Independents Conference.
Durham Cathedral and European Culture
Rupert Matthews of Better Off Out visits the Durham Cathedral Green to talk about European culture and England’s links to artistic movements across Europe.
Birmingham’s Hall of Memory & the European Union’s claims to have kept peace
Rupert Matthews of Better Off Out visits the Birmingham war memorial to consider the claims of the Europhiles that the European Union has kept the peace in Europe for the past 50 years.
Interview with Ray Finch MEP of UKIP
Rupert Matthews of Better Off Out travels to Nottingham for the Young Independents Conference where he meets Ray Finch MEP and has a chat about youth politics, the EU Referendum and other stuff.
Interview with Bill Etheridge MEP of UKIP
While I was in Nottingham I also met Bill Etheridge, UKIP MEP for the West Midlands. But before we get on to our little chat we’ll start with an extract from Bill’s speech.
Speech by Simon Richards
Finally from Nottingham, the speech given by my colleague Simon Richards of The Freedom Association to the Young Independents Conference.