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Articles by Rhys Burriss

Essential Policies for the New Leader to Adopt

January 12, 2018 // 23 Comments

Under various headings ( and in the context of HB’s imminent resignation ) contributors have been submitting their ideas as to what UKIP should now concentrate on to have a chance to recover from the debacle of last June’s Election / the debacle of HB’s ‘Leadership’. [...]

Leadership through the constitution

July 23, 2017 // 25 Comments

I keep reading that the leadership election is to be held under ‘First Past The Post’ rules.  I find this incomprehensible and hope that  the current leadership / those organising the election will change this assumption. As a party we vigorously oppose the current system of FPTP for [...]

My proposals for UKIP’s manifesto

April 25, 2017 // 9 Comments

Rhys Burriss presents his ideas for a manifesto commitment on the justice system. 1]     Minimum sentence to be served of 30 Years for all convicted of murder. Current mandatory sentence of Life to remain as the nominal sentence, but minimum thirty years to be served.  This is a very big [...]

Forget red or blue UKIP, we must focus on four policies

March 1, 2017 // 19 Comments

Under various headings contributors have been submitting their ideas as to what UKIP should now concentrate on to have a chance to recover from the débâcle of Stoke. Some are getting into disputes as to whether UKIP should be heading in a proto-Thatcherite direction (lowest possible taxes and [...]

Some Thoughts on the Results in Stoke-on-Trent

February 25, 2017 // 15 Comments

I agree with the main thrust of the Editorial on Friday 24th February, that we were given grossly unfair treatment/coverage by the MSM, but that this was entirely to be expected and should not have been assisted by unforced errors on UKIP’s part. For example: The business about declaring the [...]