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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 [...]

Don’t trust Theresa 

April 25, 2017 // 15 Comments

The debate is raging among Kippers – since this is the Brexit election, should we take Theresa May at her word and give her the mandate she claims she has “reluctantly” gone to the country for? I don’t trust Theresa May and it is not because of her volte face from being a [...]

UKIP must back the best chance Brexiteer

April 24, 2017 // 22 Comments

This is the Brexit general election. It is about trying to save Brexit from being reversed or overridden by a newly-returned House of Commons, dominated by Remainers, claiming a fresh mandate to implement or ignore last year’s referendum result as it sees fit. UKIP’s object in this [...]

UKIP: Party of the Family?

April 20, 2017 // 17 Comments

“Don’t go Daddy, I promise I’ll be good,” sobbed the little boy as his father walked out of home and through the garden gate for the last time in order to move in with another woman. With his face pressed frantically against the window and tears streaming down his face, the lad wasn’t the [...]

The Empire Strikes Back

April 17, 2017 // 9 Comments

I, like Nigel Farage, am deeply worried about Donald Trump. Let me explain because for me, this did not start with Syria but it started with Obamacare. True, there were ‘flip-flops’ before this – most notably on NATO following a meeting with Theresa May and right off on the bat on [...]

The Surreal Events Surrounding Mark Reckless’ Defection

April 15, 2017 // 16 Comments

Ed: A week in politics is a long time. ‘Events, dear boy, events’ usually blanket out what happened during a week. However, the defection of Mark Reckless which closely followed that of Douglas Carswell deserves to be re-told because it resembles a farce rather than a political [...]

Getting Fracking and Climate Change into Perspective

April 14, 2017 // 16 Comments

Fact:  Fracking is not new. Fact:  Two million wells have been fracked worldwide. Fact:  Two hundred have been fracked in the UK. Fact:  Caudrilla never admitted to causing the minor earth tremors. Their statement was:  ‘They probably caused the two small earth tremors’.  Probably is not [...]

Labour Party the True Racists

April 11, 2017 // 5 Comments

What is it about the labour party and its obvious anti-Semitism. Where did it come from and much more importantly where is it going. It is ever to the fore in both their rhetoric and because certain high profile members insist on keeping it to the fore of the news and the mainstream media. Last [...]

UKIP’s Future

April 8, 2017 // 26 Comments

The question that I’m most frequently asked is: now that Article 50 has been triggered by the Conservative Prime Minister May, what is the point of UKIP? For decades we have been governed by complete and utter cowards who, when it comes to confronting harsh realities, prefer to indulge in [...]

TNS (The Next Step) – Part Four (b): A Radical Manifesto

April 4, 2017 // 9 Comments

[Ed: This is the final part in the series. Part Four (a) – also providing links to the earlier Parts – can be read here] Continued from Part Four (a): (11) Address the deficit with a fundamental reassessment of the role of state. Normally manifestos and campaigns emphasise cutting [...]
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