UKIP put Yorkshire grit on the platform at Berkhamsted Town Hall date

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There will be some blunt Yorkshire views expressed about the European Union when high-profile UKIP politician Godfrey Bloom comes to Berkhamsted later this month.

The South West Herts branch of the party is aiming to build on its strong showing in the recent Herts County Council election by booking Berkhamsted Town Hall for the event on Friday, July 12.

All are welcome to hear Mr Bloom, who has been a UKIP MEP since 2004 and represents Yorkshire and the Humber.

A spokesman said: “Godfrey will undoubtedly enlighten the audience with his views on the current financial and political chaos both here in our country and also in Europe. He is renowned for his views on corrupt politics, self-serving politicians and undemocratic institutions.”

Mr Bloom is no stranger to controversy, and his views on the banking crisis – he’s a keen advocate of prosecuting those responsible – prostitution, women’s rights, and climate change have ensured that he regularly hits the headlines.

The event starts at 7.30pm.