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**General Election 2024**

Why Vote for Reform?

Question Time at Revellers' Club

Marc Burca, Reform UK's Candidate for Kensington and Bayswater, will explain why we should vote for his party on 4th July.
David Bradley will field TOUGH audience questions.
Will they replace the Tories as the Opposition if Labour win?
If they formed a coalition with the Tories, what the UK will look like in five years?

Monday 24th June 2024

The Bridge Room (upstairs), The Prince Albert, 85 Albert Bridge Road, London SW11

Arrive 7pm - Drinks at the bar

Talk starts 7.30pm

Optional dinner 8.30pm

£21 Early Bird before18th June. £31 thereafter.

Whether you are politically to the Left, Right or Centre, this will be a social evening where you can drill down to understand what this new emerging political party is all about, in the the charming company of Marc Burca.

About Marc Burca

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Marc Burca is a successful entrepreneur, commercial innovator and a veteran political campaigner.

He left school at 17, worked at the Safeway supermarket on the King's Road, and then worked in the film industry before going to the Sorbonne in Paris. After returning to London, he started his commercial real estate company in his early 20s, after selling the UK's largest office building at the time whilst at Jones Lang Wootton.

Burca moved to America in 1974 after the Heath Government's three-day weekend disaster. When Margaret Thatcher became Conservative Leader, he was so excited by the prospect of a free-wheeling, free-market Britain that he returned to campaign for her.  

That meant, with business commitments, working 24/7.

The schedule took its toll. After two broken-off engagements, Burca's third fiance agreed to marry him on the condition that he give up politics.

So, he came up with the (at the time) groundbreaking free magazine concept, launching Boardroom Magazine. It was hugely successful and a platform on which he could publish his free market thinking. He sold it to Lord Hollick and then retired (aged only 38).

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Since then, Burca has lived in Spain, France, Portugal, and Belgium, has been involved in property, and has established a tennis club in Marbella. 

With a French-Romanian father and a Venezuelan wife, Marc speaks four languages fluently and understands an additional three, allowing him to connect deeply with diverse communities.

His decades of experience in the property sector have shown him the critical importance of home ownership in financing small businesses and creating a prouder, more dynamic, and more prosperous nation.

 

He strongly advocates that "an Englishman's home is his castle."

Monday 24th June 2024

The Bridge Room (upstairs), The Prince Albert, 85 Albert Bridge Road, London SW11

Arrive 7pm - Drinks at the bar

Talk starts 7.30pm

Optional dinner 8.30pm

£21 Early Bird before18th June. £31 thereafter.

Some key Reform UK manifesto pledges

Slash Government Waste - save £50 billion by reducing unnecessary government expenditure. (How will they do this? Been tried before without success.)

Abolish Stamp Duty below £750,000 and reduce it at above that level.

20% tax relief on private healthcare, will help to release pressure on the NHS.

Abolish Net Zero carbon targets and save £20bn a year, since the UK is responsible for just 1% of global CO2 emissions.


Cut Foreign Aid by 50% - save £6 billion by halving the foreign aid budget.
 

Increase Income Tax Threshold - raise the starting point for income tax to £20,000, saving every worker £1,500 annually. (How much will this cost?)
 

Abolish Inheritance Tax for Homes Under £2m. 


Reduce Corporation Tax - lower corporation tax from 25% to 20%, stimulating business growth.


Deport Foreign Criminals Immediately - enforce the immediate deportation of foreign criminals.
 

Write Off Student Fees for NHS Service - cancel student fees for doctors and nurses who have served in the NHS for ten years.


Hire 40,000 New Police Officers - recruit 40,000 new frontline police officers to enhance public safety.


Reform House of Lords and Civil Service - undertake significant reforms of the House of Lords and the Civil Service to improve efficiency and accountability.


These measures are designed to reduce government waste, improve economic stability, and address key social issues.

Monday 24th June 2024

The Bridge Room (upstairs), The Prince Albert, 85 Albert Bridge Road, London SW11

Arrive 7pm - Drinks at the bar

Talk starts 7.30pm

Optional dinner 8.30pm

£21 Early Bird before18th June. £31 thereafter.

Cancellation Policy 

If we must cancel the event or you (with at least five days' notice) can't make it, you will receive a complimentary ticket to another Revellers' Club-organised event. If there isn't one that you wish or can attend, you will receive a refund.

From Chelsea, cross Abert Bridge, and the Prince Albert is on the right opposite the North West entrance to Battersea Park.

Cancellation
If, for whatever reason, we must cancel the talk or you (with at least five days' notice) can't make it, you will receive a complimentary ticket to another Revellers' Club talk. If there isn't a talk that you wish or can attend, you'll receive a refund. Tickets are not transferable.

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