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The UKIP Manifesto 2015

The UKIP Manifesto 2015

Nigel Speaking at Canvey At the launch of the Manifesto, Nigel Farage said: “We believe in Britain.  In fact we are the only party with the self-confidence to believe in Britain.  We actually believe that we should govern our own country, make our own laws and negotiate our own international trade deals, and we want a trade deal with Europe.” […]

April 16, 2015 · Uncategorized
The BBC and HSBC Connection

The BBC and HSBC Connection

Following on from a previous article on tax avoidance schemes prompted by the revelations about the bank HSBC, which got heavy exposure in the media, we now see a disturbing connection between BBC and HSBC. Rona Fairhead, the chairman of the BBC Trust, was paid more than £500,000 by HSBC last year for non-executive roles working the equivalent of one […]

March 2, 2015 · Politics, Uncategorized
Trust in UKIP

Trust in UKIP

In a poll on which party does the public trust the most to control immigration by ComRes/ITV News, the result is not the Conservatives at 19%, but 36% trust Ukip the most to tackle immigration. Spectator The lead over the Conservatives is partly due to the failure of Cameron’s pledge to reduce net immigration to ‘tens of thousands’, stating: “No […]

February 27, 2015 · Uncategorized

BSN

Britain’s Suicide Note Under the continued membership of the EU Britain is to cease to exist as an independent nation and this has come about on a voluntary basis. In other words, we, as a nation, are effectively committing suicide. We have also given up our own sovereignty, or the right to be an independent nation with its people choosing […]

January 19, 2015 · Uncategorized
Chairman’s Review of 2014

Chairman’s Review of 2014

This year has seen a big leap in UKIP membership to over 40,000 at the end of the year. This is due to the growing realisation that the older parties no longer represent the people that they purport to serve, and to the increasing interest in politics following the success of UKIP in the EU and council elections, and the […]

December 30, 2014 · Uncategorized
New Housing, and Planning

New Housing, and Planning

Neighbourhood Plans There is heavy pressure upon local councils to push through planning permission for new housing to accommodate actual and anticipated population growth. Housing is already in high demand to cover social trends such as split family units, people living longer, and the demand for second homes. Babergh council this year unanimously backed a plan to increase the number […]

December 21, 2014 · Uncategorized
Labour secret strategy document on UKIP revealed

Labour secret strategy document on UKIP revealed

The 33-page document, entitled “Campaigning against Ukip“, was produced by the Labour Party and recently distributed to dozens of MPs in danger of losing votes to Ukip alongside detailed constituency maps pinpointing where possible defectors can be found. The guidance, which was never meant to be made public, shows for the first time the party leadership has accepted Ukip is seriously […]

December 15, 2014 · Uncategorized
Rochester and Strood Sketchbook

Rochester and Strood Sketchbook

Results Mark Reckless (UKIP) 16,867 (42.10%) Kelly Tolhurst (C) 13,947 (34.81%, -14.39%) Naushabah Khan (Lab) 6,713 (16.76%, -11.70%) Clive Gregory (Green) 1,692 (4.22%, +2.69%) Geoff Juby (LD) 349 (0.87%, -15.39%) Hairy Knorm Davidson (Loony) 151 (0.38%) Stephen Goldsbrough (Ind) 69 (0.17%) Nick Long (PBP) 69 (0.17%) Jayda Fransen (Britain 1st) 56 (0.14%) Mike Barker (Ind) 54 (0.13%) Charlotte Rose (Ind) […]

November 21, 2014 · Uncategorized