Friday, March 3

A very British meeting



The place to be on Friday March 24th, 2006, is The Stanley Livingstone Room, Radisson Edwardian Hotel (formerly the Free Trade Halls), Peter Street, Manchester.
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Our learned friend and prolific political writer, Dr Richard North will be addressing the meeting, on the salient subject of, "Will small British businesses go the way of the dodo?"
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The meeting begins at 4.30pm, and further details are available from verybritishproductions@yahoo.co.uk
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Britain's largest member based business organisation, The Federation of Small Businesses, will be holding their annual conference at the Palace Hotel only a short walk down the road.
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We are pleased to announce this as an Alternative Fringe Meeting to the somewhat more staid official fringe meeting on the FSB official agenda.
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Dr North, a former FSB member is always controversial, deeply knowledgable and profoundly entertaining (his skills continue to be rejected by the management of the FSB) will be signing copies of his latest literary work; a new paperback edition of "The Great Deception", (Continuum, £9.99) best-selling history of the EU, co authored with Christopher Booker. This work has been extensively revised and updated, to include the story behind the rise and semi-fall of the EU constitution. When the first edition appeared in 2003, it was praised by historians and commentators as by far the fullest and most revealing account of the "European project" to date, and sold more than 10,000 copies in the first few weeks.
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As any practising business person will confirm the EU has a profound effect on the process of business. Those who are asking whether the FSB's policy of appeasment towards Britians' true rulers is in the best interests of the independent business community will particularly benefit from the event at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester.
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2 comments:

Kelly said...

I am sorry to say that I won't be able to participate in this event. It would, indeed, be something to hear. For those of you participating, I envy you the experience.

Sarah Hopperty said...

I will be there - with my friends.