ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7.30pm Friday 2nd March 2018

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
7.30pm Friday 2nd March 2018

Upper Hall Trinity Methodist Church, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford

Speaker: Vicky Ford MP

Friday 2nd March - Annual General Meeting
Vicky Ford, our new Member of Parliament, will address us once we have completed AGM business. She will give her reflections on her time representing the constituency in Parliament from her victory in the general election to date.

Vicky Ford was elected as the Member of Parliament for Chelmsford in 2017. She is a member of the Science and Technology Select Committee and Chairs the All party Parliamentary Groups for Information Communication and Technology and for Rare Diseases. She also chairs the Conservative Backbench Policy Committee on Brexit.

Vicky was a Member of the European Parliament from 2009 to 2017. She chaired the European Parliament Internal Market and Consumer Affairs Committee (IMCO). one of the most powerful economic committees of the Parliament. As well as spearheading digital policy and single market reforms to boost trade, she led the negotiations to end mobile roaming charges and changes to European gun laws after the Paris terrorist attacks. Vicky was ranked in the top 10 most influential MEPs in Europe by Politico magazine.

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