Brendan Donnelly (politician)

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Brendan Patrick Donnelly (born 25 August 1950, London) is a pro-European Union British politician.

Brendan Donnelly - 2014

Donnelly was elected as a Member of the European Parliament in Sussex South and Crawley at the European Parliament election, 1994 for the Conservative Party. He then left the party, continued as an independent for a period, and then co-founded and became deputy leader of the Pro-Euro Conservative Party at the 1999 European elections.[1]

He failed to get elected and subsequently joined the Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrats. He stood in the 2009 European elections under the Yes2Europe political label.[2] He stood in the 2014 European elections for the 4 Freedoms Party (UK EPP).

Donnelly is director of the Federal Trust and, until 6 March 2010, was chair of Federal Union, when he was succeeded by Richard Laming.

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