Petrina Holdsworth

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"Born in the UK 1952. She took a keen interest in politics in her early twenties and nearly took up the offer of a post as an MP`s P.A. but decided to sideline her interest in politics and concentrate on her legal career. She was in private practice specialising in Criminal Law and Industrial Relations Law, and later on was appointed as a Deputy Clerk to the Justices in Inner London and after that as a Principal Crown Prosecutor.

"Petrina joined UKIP in 1999, becoming National Chairman from 2004 -2005.She stood as a candidate in 2 General Elections and 2 European Elections. She has previously held the posts of Secretary and Vice Chairman in the CIB. She is married with one son and two step daughters and lives in Sussex."[1]

In the 2009 European Parliament Elections, she ran as lead candidate in South East England for the newly formed United Kingdom First Party whose leader was Robin Page.

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  1. Campaign for an Independent Britain Officers, organizational web page, accessed July 14, 2014.