North Norfolk ‘Vote Leave’ campaign appoints co-ordinator
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Jack Smith has been appointed the 'Vote Leave' north Norfolk co-ordinator.
Vote Leave campaigners, who are non party-political, plan to focus on street stalls in the market and seaside towns of north Norfolk, and have already manned stalls in Sheringham and Wroxham.
Mr Smith, 24, said: 'I look forward to working hard with anyone, from any political persuasion, to get a 'Leave' vote on June 23.
'This is the biggest decision the British people will ever make. We've a clear choice. Do we want to stay in the
ever-federalising EU, which has plans for an EU Army, police force and border force, or do we break away, make
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our own future and regain independence, making our own trade deals, policing our own borders and protecting
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Mr Smith is a former pupil of Alderman Peel High School, Wells.
He was born and grew up in Burnham Overy Staithe and works as company secretary for RM Smith Builders, Brancaster.
He is also studying accounting part-time at City College, Norwich, and was elected chairman of the North Norfolk UKIP party earlier this year.