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Bolton – a personal ‘take’ on the speeches

February 20, 2017 // 3 Comments

Paul Nuttall attacked a Labour Party that had “nothing in common with working-class people” in a powerful Conference debut as UKIP leader. Nuttall’s hard-hitting and, at times, rawly emotional oration was the highlight of a Ukip Spring Conference featuring many impassioned and entertaining [...]

UKIP Spring 2017 Conference sketch

February 19, 2017 // 5 Comments

Brian Otridge continues his report on the party’s Spring Conference – Part one here. David Kurten – Education and Apprenticeships He was in the graveyard slot, but his interesting and animated speech kept us awake! He outlined problems with medical doctor training: there were simply [...]

UKIP Spring 2017 – Conference Sketch

February 18, 2017 // 10 Comments

And so it came to pass that the faithful assembled under the Wanderer’s roof to hear the sermons, verses and lessons of the disciples of the prophet, together with the wise words of the prophet himself. Bolton Macron stadium, Friday 17th February 2017 and being under 20 miles from my door I had [...]

The New Politicians

February 14, 2017 // 5 Comments

I am sure that we have all sat around a table talking with friends and relatives and had that conversation “if I was the prime minister I would…” I am sure the same can be said for many Americans too as they ponder the wondrous things they could if they were the President of those United [...]

Fear Trumps Intellect

January 31, 2017 // 22 Comments

There is no way of being polite about it; the spineless, hypocritical leaders of most western liberal democracies are s**t scared of Islam and its demented followers. Only this can explain the furore surrounding President Trump’s partial but temporary fulfilment of an election promise (novel [...]

‘Know Your Enemy’ – Sun Tzu – ‘The Art of War’.

January 27, 2017 // 23 Comments

Some dismiss Ukip with backhanded flattery in – ‘Job done, why are they needed any longer?’  – an insidious soundbite.  Ukip’s real job is to rid this nation of the LibLabCon, Greens and all assorted extremist politicians. These opinionated people are the true [...]

On localism and other -isms

January 23, 2017 // 13 Comments

Healthy local government, local pride and community (a questionable word for some) spirit is one thing – a hotch-potch of hazy notions masquerading as a serious ingredient in the life of the nation. Another   ‘Localism’ is a typical Cameronian artifice thought up by one of those bright [...]

An Economic Policy to Win elections

January 21, 2017 // 76 Comments

Previous articles have challenged some views prevalent among our ex-Tory members on matters economic, arguing that in our battle for improvements we need to give the state a greater role, as we would in any other national crisis (which we are in, albeit long drawn-out) and not simply rely on ‘the [...]
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