My good friend Cllr Tom Hunt who is the youngest person standing for the Conservatives in the European elections has been a very busy man. He has probably done more travelling than Marco Polo in the last few months in trying to hear the views of people in the Eastern Region. He really does put the effort in. So what are just some of the things he has been doing recently.
Tom has been to the Jonas seafood crab factory in Cromer, North Norfolk with Vicky Ford MEP. Tom has told me that 'Reform of Common Fisheries Policy is key' and something that he would focus on if he were to be elected to fight the Brussels elite. The best thing about this picture though in my opinion is Tom's hat.
After the recent Floods in December, Tom went with the leader of North Norfolk Council and Vicky Ford MEP to inspect the damage and come up with a plan to help people.
Tom visited the European Parliament to meet the British representatives at the European Young Farmers Congress. East Anglia has a lot of farming and it is good to encourage more young people to take up the job and feed the nation.
The ever active Tom has also been across the region campaigning in local markets with stalls such as this one. No doubt he is hammering the message home that only under the Conservatives will you be able to decide whether you want to be in the EU or out. This campaigning day was with Lucy Frazer who is the new South East Cambs PPC.
Tom went to the Rochford and Southend CF Soap Box night with Geoffrey Van Orden MEP and Jackie Doyle Price MP. Also there was YBF heartthrob Rory Broomfield from the Freedom Association and Alex Bright, NUCA's own treasurer.
Tom here is showing solidarity with Essex University CF who have campaigned to repeal the ban on flying the Union Flag on top of their university library. Essex SU voted to ban the flag because it apparantly symbolised Britain's colonial past, of course that's just Leftie nonsense. Click here for more on this story.