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Electoral Reform (Stage 1), SAGE, the Party and Co-operation – Part 2.

October 27, 2017 // 21 Comments

Editor ~ This is the second part in a series by David Allen. You can read the first part on UkipDaily here. SAGE is part of a process whereby grassroots members have a say and a vote on party policy. It stands for Spokesmen’s Advisory Group Experts (a bit clunky, I know), and is the process by [...]

“The Conservative Woman”

October 26, 2017 // 4 Comments

As a bit of a political junkie I read a lot of blogs, not discriminating by their take: left, right or barking. One of the better ones is The Conservative Woman, not too partisan and with a lot of common-sense. Sometimes, if things get bad enough, even the most dedicated supporter can have [...]

Electricity

October 23, 2017 // 12 Comments

As far as utility prices go, it is very easy to bash the big 6 and they might well be making hay while the sun shines. However, the simple truth is that the crucifying cost of intermittents has to be met somehow, even after subsidies, so they are stuck on the ‘leccy bill. Unless and until we can [...]

Henry Bolton announces his new team – UPDATE

October 18, 2017 // 146 Comments

—–  U P D A T E —– STATEMENTS BY HENRY BOLTON AND DAVID KURTEN Henry Bolton sent this statement (received yesterday at 22.30 p.m.): I have a great deal of respect for David Kurten. I believe he has a great deal to offer our party and I was looking forward to working with [...]

INVENTING FASCIST DEMONS

October 17, 2017 // 9 Comments

There are no more fascists. There are no more Nazis. They were decisively defeated in World War Two, their leaders killed, their organisations destroyed and outlawed, their followers and ideologies purged from politics and their ideas forever damned and defined as the manifestation of pure evil in [...]

Heads should roll

October 16, 2017 // 19 Comments

One of the first decisions of Henry Bolton in his position as new leader was to state in the media (e.g. Daily Politics on 12 October) that our policy baseline is now the 2015 General Election Manifesto. The objective of this decision is to discard the Integration Agenda and the 2017 General [...]

JRE – UKIP’s golden opportunity missed?

October 15, 2017 // 15 Comments

A few days ago John Rees-Evans was invited by Daily Brexit Producer Olly Connelly to be interviewed on his facebook broadcast. The interview lasted close on an hour and a half and JRE spoke at length about UKIP and his reasons for leaving the party, and also about the aims and future plans of [...]

The Crowning of Henry. Reflections.

October 14, 2017 // 41 Comments

It has been just two weeks since Henry was crowned. The culmination of three months of umbilicus inspection saw a unique Conference for a rebranded UKIP. A lion was revealed. The leadership election, the third in my time as a UKIP member, started way back on the 9th of June on the resignation of [...]

Why we’re still fighting WWII in our heads

October 13, 2017 // 3 Comments

With the passing of time, historians generally looks at past wars in the cold light of day and analyse the economic and political drivers, dispel the propaganda and call out the wrongs on all sides. This is especially the case with Marxist historians, who seek to debunk patriotic narratives to [...]
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