Matthew Green in Shropshire EU debates

Matthew GreenGreen Planning Studio director and former Liberal Democrat MP for Ludlow, Matthew Green is set to appear in at least 3 panel debates during the European referendum campaign.

Matthew Green who will be appearing on the ‘remain in’ side will first appear on the evening of Friday 13th in Ludlow, at the Methodists Hall at 7.00pm. He will be sharing a platform with his successor as Ludlow’s MP, Conservative Philip Dunne. Opposing them will be 2 representatives from UKIP.

The following Friday 20th May, Matthew will be at a debate at Church Stretton School, again at 7.00pm. This time he will be sharing a platform with former West Midlands Liberal Democrat MEP, Liz Lynne and they will be opposed by UKIP MEP Jill Seymour and Andrew Chapman, also from UKIP.

His third appearance will be on Friday 27th at the Spring Lamb, Oswestry at 7.00pm. The debate, organised by the Oswestry and District Branch of the National Farmers Union will see Matthew pitted against prominent Brexiter Owen Patterson MP.

Matthew commented. “I am coming at this primarily as a director of a growing successful local business and as an employer of people living in Shropshire and nearby. Like most businesspeople across the UK, I am arguing for us to remain in the EU. The economic shock of leaving would in my view have a profound effect on the EU economy, putting economic growth and jobs at significant risk. Brexit would leave us as a nation poorer, with less influence in the world and at greater risk from external threats.”

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