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Political Campaigner Matthew Elliott to speak in Ipswich

One of the UK’s foremost political campaigners, Matthew Elliott, who served as Chief Executive of the Vote Leave campaign in the EU Referendum, will be the guest speaker at a dinner to be hosted by Ipswich Suffolk Business Club at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall on Thursday 8 March. The event for members and their guests is supported by Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Greene King and Genesis PR.

One of the UK’s foremost political campaigners, Matthew Elliott, who served as Chief Executive of the Vote Leave campaign in the EU Referendum, will be the guest speaker at a dinner to be hosted by Ipswich Suffolk Business Club at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall on Thursday 8 March. The event for members and their guests is supported by Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Greene King and Genesis PR.

One of the UK’s foremost political campaigners, Matthew Elliott, who served as Chief Executive of the Vote Leave campaign in the EU Referendum, will be the guest speaker at a dinner to be hosted by Ipswich Suffolk Business Club at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall on Thursday 8 March. The event for members and their guests is supported by Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Greene King and Genesis PR.

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Toby Kramers

Committee Chair

Toby was brought up in Suffolk and, after a brief spell at University and working in London, returned to Ipswich to work in a legal practice in Ipswich in the 1990s where he has worked ever since as a solicitor specialising in Commercial Property.

Outside of work, Toby enjoys politics (he was Chairman of and remains involved in the South Suffolk Conservative Association), singing (he has performed with the Essex University Choir) and country sports. He is involved in a number of local charities.