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The Great British Back-Off

October 9, 2017 // 0 Comments

Ed: This article was first published on Gerald Gravett’s blog “The World According to Gerald” and is reproduced below with the author’s permission. Gerald prefaces his blog thus: As a UKIP member, I am inspired by the Duke of Wellington’s comment before Waterloo: ‘I have [...]

On Direct Democracy

July 24, 2017 // 5 Comments

Ed: we received this contribution from our reader Susanna Calladine, UKIP Plymouth. It started out as a too-long comment post, and you know what happens to comment posts which are too long! However, a debate on direct democracy is very much needed, so hopefully this text will serve to kick off this [...]

A City Stands Violated

May 27, 2017 // 8 Comments

A city stands violated Its people, the gullible and the angry, impotent Mothers and fathers, siblings, aunts, uncles, grandmas and granddads, friends bereft Out of the corners, the safe little nooks and crannies, the messages start to be delivered Hope not Hate, Brendan Cox, John Bercow, Andy [...]

Fishing in the EU

January 3, 2016 // 1 Comment

John Ashworth debates the situation in the fishing industry since we joined the then Common Market. The fishing issue is such a wonderful example of how the European Union functions; everything is not what it seems, especially from the British side. We entered a common policy, not really knowing [...]

What the authorities won’t tell you about the flooding

December 27, 2015 // 25 Comments

This article was originally published in the Newcastle Journal earlier this month: Amid all the devastation and recriminations over the flooding, hardly anybody mentions one factor that may not be the sole cause but certainly hasn’t helped, and that is the almost complete cessation of dredging of [...]

CFACT presents four inconvenient facts about global warming at COP 21

December 8, 2015 // 2 Comments

December 4, 2015 by CFACT Ed, CFACT has participated in the UN climate process going back to the original Rio Earth summit.  We are an officially recognized NGO observer at COP 21. CFACT’s display is in the NGO pavilion at booth 37c. We used our space to inject four “inconvenient facts” into [...]

Where do EU countries stand on the UK’s EU reform demands?

November 8, 2015 // 1 Comment

Ahead of the much-anticipated release of UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s letter laying out his EU reform and renegotiation demands on Tuesday, Open Europe has published an EU reform heat-map assessing where each EU member state stands on the key proposals likely to be included. The heat-map is [...]

A Tax on Football Transfer Fees?

February 1, 2014 // 4 Comments

We have all seen the eye-watering football transfer fees, particularly in the Premier League and with other country’s top clubs, where a player can effectively be “sold” to another club. The effect of this is of course to make “the beautiful game” staggeringly expensive in terms of ticket [...]
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