EXCLUSIVE: UKIP Youth Wing’s “Biggest Ever” Conference This Weekend ‘Almost Sold Out’

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Young Independence (YI), the youth wing of UKIP, is holding what is expected to be its “biggest ever” national conference this weekend in Worcester, with tickets almost totally sold out. 

The conference, which will be held in the Worcester Guildhall this Saturday, will feature major speeches from a number of senior figures, including UKIP Leader Gerard Batten, UKIP Family & Children spokesman Alan Craig and YouTubers Sargon of Akkad and Count Dankula.

Despite offering more tickets than ever before, tickets for this year’s Young Independence conference has almost sold out, making it the youth wing’s biggest ever conference, with well over 100 people set to attend.

UKIP’s Education spokesman David Kurten AM and Gareth Bennett AM, the party’s leader in the Welsh Assembly, will also address the conference alongside Young Independence’s Chairman, Nathan Ryding; Deputy Chairman, Reece Coombes; Treasurer, Sebastian Cheek; Events Officer, George Pykov; and Students Chairman, Joe Simons.

Geoge Pykov, who was responsible for organising the conference as Young Independence’s Events Officer, told Kipper Central: “This year’s YI conference will not only be the largest conference the youth wing has held to date, but also probably one of the most important.

“UKIP and YI have just recovered from an extremely tough year. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase the newfound unity and strength of our members and our youth wing, alongside being able to hear some excellent speakers have their say on a variety of topics, ranging from free speech to education.”

Tickets cost just £10 for UKIP members under 31 (who are automatically members of Young Independence) and a mere £15 for older UKIP members, and can be purchased here – but if you plan on attending, you’ll need to get your ticket soon as only 19 are left!

Young Independence’s National Chairman, Nathan Ryding, told Kipper Central: “Young Independence is a vital part of UKIP as a political party.

“We, as young people, represent society today and the only way our party can modernise and attract more people is by listening and taking advice from its youth wing and young members.

“YI is also extremely important in British politics because we allow an alternative opinion to the left wing educational indoctrination done by schools, colleges and universities.

“We represent the patriotic youth, the ones who love our country and believe in true democracy with parliamentary sovereignty. Young Independence has and will continue to play a much bigger role within UKIP and within British Politics under my leadership.”

Get your tickets here quickly, before they sell out!

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Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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6 Responses

  1. Marilyn Catling says:

    Absolutely delighted…….we UKIP members need young blood to carry on the cause. All other party’s are now untrustworthy, in it for themselves and shamefully ignoring the real problems in Britain today. We need a new government that cares about its people and their futures.
    UKIP fit the bill all the way.

  2. Grant Smith says:

    Oh dear, Nathan Ryding was doing really well until he got legged up with the Biased Brainwashing Conspiracy’s misleading soundbite – ‘parliamentary sovereignty’. He needs to readjust focus slightly, and edit to read ‘the people are sovereign’, – they are the ones who select members to act and speak on the electorate’s behalf. To miss this vital point would be to lose the vote from many thousands of ‘interested’ observers

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    The cold water that was thrown over Y.I. by Bolton, seems to have been dissipated, and young UKIP is on the rise. As an old Kipper, I am more pleased than I am able to put into words ! Just remember that from little acorns, mighty oaks do grow, and we look to UKIP’s Y.I. for the future of our Party, to the benefit of this Nation ! ………. YOUNG UKIP, ONWARD WITH A CHARGE ! ! !

  4. VB says:

    Yes the more youngsters the better….there are too many Liberal Leftists in the Uni’s already who have been manipulated to only think one way…..So that is great that we have youth that can think for themselves before it is too late

  5. Susan Green says:

    What a lovely photograph of those young people. If there’s any hope for our country, it’s with them!

  6. Stuart Beaker says:

    Just wanted to say what a wonderful event this was. I decided only at the last moment to attend (as an oldster) and boy, am I glad I did. A fantastic array of speakers came together for an occasion which had the atmosphere of being an important starting point for something big. It was great to be one of the oldest at a UKIP meeting, for a change.. I have no doubt that the real future of UKIP is here – not just the obvious demographic procession to the young, but the creation of a portfolio of issues and attitudes centred on liberty and sovereignty. If UKIP is to be the focus of the Establishment’s attempts to obliterate dissent and freedom in our nation, it should make sure it is truly dangerous to that Deep State. And YI is the true seed of a credible threat to the casual oppression that our masters have grown accustomed to wielding. It’s about time that our own oppressed, unrepresented, cast-aside population had a champion that will not let them down. I hope the rest of UKIP understands the way the wind is blowing now, beyond the Brexit issue which epitomises but by no means exhausts that contempt for democracy we are currently seeing on the part of the Establishment.
    To quote Q: ‘This is not a game.’

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