Jeremy Nieboer is a Solicitor based in Shaftesbury, Dorset and London.
For many years Jeremy has been interested in politics. Originally a Liberal PPC in Mid Sussex with election experience, he became the lead solicitor in the application against the then Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd’s decision to ratify the Maastricht Treaty in 1993. This involved working with Bill Cash MP, Lord Rees-Mogg, David Pannick QC and Martin Howe QC.
A member of the Advisory Board of the European Foundation [patron: Lady Thatcher] and author of ‘The Pros and Cons of Economic Union’, Jeremy has spoken for Civitas and at numerous public debates for the anti-EU position. He has addressed the Bruges Group, and in March 2010 had his paper on the Global Warming scam accepted for publication by that august organisation.
He joined the UK Independence Party and became the Parliamentary Candidate for Dorset North in the Westminster elections in 2010 polling 2,800 votes, saving his deposit.
Jeremy is part of the important policy making committee for UKIP and lives near Mappowder, Dorset.