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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 [...]

David Kurten’s Conference Speech – Part Two

October 12, 2017 // 8 Comments

Ed: here is Part Two of David Kurten’s excellent speech at Conference, given on Saturday 30th September 2017. We have published Part One yesterday. Yesterday (Friday 29th September) at conference was a fantastic day – we have a new leader who will take us on to victory, and a new campaign: [...]

There’s a new Party in town, what do we know about For Britain?

October 11, 2017 // 133 Comments

“Vote For Britain”. I can see it on leaflets and posters already. It is not often that we witness the birth of a new Party in British politics, but that is exactly what is happening as we speak. Anne Marie Waters is launching For Britain, a pro-Brexit, pro-British, anti-Islamification party [...]

David Kurten’s Conference speech – Part One

October 11, 2017 // 15 Comments

David Kurten has kindly shared with us this transcript of his excellent Conference speech. Part Two, focussing on Ofsted, will be published on UKIP Daily tomorrow.   Universities It was about 28 years ago that I was 18 years old and I set off to St Andrews bright eyed and bushy tailed to go [...]


October 7, 2017 // 45 Comments

A week is indeed a very long time in politics. Sometimes a day is even longer, especially in British politics. In this past week we’ve watched the Tory Party starting to unravel, with the political destruction of Theresa May now a distinct possibility. That whole performance was very lucky for [...]

UKIP’s Vice

October 4, 2017 // 87 Comments

Snobbery is the confusion of social status with human worth. It is commonly encountered as superiority over lower social classes, or background, or educational level. Psychologists say it is a defence mechanism to mask feelings of inferiority or may be learnt behaviour from snobbish parents. But [...]

AGM 2017 – The aftermath

October 1, 2017 // 142 Comments

It seems we Kippers are cursed – the times, after electing our new leader, are going to remain exceedingly ‘interesting’. I was going to report on more happenings from the conference, but it seems we all need to ask ourselves some very serious questions indeed. Let me start with asking [...]

Change of programme

September 30, 2017 // 69 Comments

Well –  the new leader Henry Bolton put his foot down quite quickly. As you know, the speech of the new leader was meant to be at 4.30 pm this Saturday afternoon. It was well known – representations had been made – that a huge part of the audience would’ve left by then, [...]

Who Runs UKIP?

September 30, 2017 // 16 Comments

The title of this article is certainly not original. This question has been asked before many times. Notably, it was addressed at length by Dr. Tomaz Slivnik in his comprehensive and informative resignation statement following his leaving of the National Executive Committee in September 2016. Dr. [...]
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