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Charlie Gard – why the courts got it all wrong

August 6, 2017 // 6 Comments

The plight of the little Charlie Gard touched the hearts of people all round the world – and rightly so.  And there has been no shortage of  blogs and articles on the humanitarian aspect of the subject.  But what I deal with here are the legal issues involved, which have been strangely [...]

Time To Slay a Few Myths

August 5, 2017 // 133 Comments

Nominations for the election of a new Leader of UKIP have now closed and we wait with baited breath for who will be the Party’s new Leader, the third one in a year, to be announced at the Party’s 2017 Conference in Torquay. The last twelve months or so have been difficult for the Party, [...]

Immigration and Brexit – Part 2

August 1, 2017 // 7 Comments

Ed~This is the second part of a two part series, you can read the first part here. It is possible to get sucked into a debate that references one of the recent Borough Market Jihadis as a young man who gained entrance to the UK as a ‘bearded child’ many years ago. ‘Beards, Bombs and Burkas’ [...]

Immigration and Brexit – Part 1

July 31, 2017 // 9 Comments

Immigration is a subject that was so contentious through Brexit that the Tories refused to discuss it. In hindsight the Remainers blame immigration (and Turkey) as the chief ‘lie’ that lost them the Brexit vote in the face of a broadly ‘racist’ electorate. Today we stand at a crossroads [...]

Suggestions for a UKIP alliance

July 30, 2017 // 51 Comments

  There is a large grassroots movement that is highly visible online that could ally with UKIP. Hundreds of thousands of people of every race, both genders and a diverse set of lifestyles are rebelling against the left wing ideology that controls the universities, dominates the mass media and [...]

A New Beginning – UKIP is needed.

July 28, 2017 // 21 Comments

Leaving the EU. That is what was decided for the United Kingdom by the result of the Referendum held on 23rd of June, 2016. The decision was made and represents a new beginning for the United Kingdom, with freedom regained for the people of the United Kingdom to once again take control of their [...]

UKIP’s mission: to make Britons proud again

July 27, 2017 // 47 Comments

With Nigel Farage declining to pick up the twitching reins of UKIP for a fourth (fifth?) time and hinting at a smoother, more driver-friendly vehicle to come, one might be forgiven for marking UKIP as a ‘sell’. Results at this year’s county and general elections showed many of the party’s [...]

A matter of honour – or law?

July 27, 2017 // 13 Comments

At the leadership constituency hustings (Q&A) in Dagenham (Tuesday July 25th) with the following candidates: David Allen, John Rees Evans, Anne Marie Waters, Marion Mason and Aidan Powlesland present, Stuart Agnew MEP, raised an interesting question. We learned that UKIP MEPs had signed an [...]

The green blob – Still alive and kicking

July 26, 2017 // 20 Comments

You’ve got to hand it to the Green Blob: it’s alive, it’s kicking, and it presents us with another example of perfect confusion in our Government, showing up our Whitehall Mandarins who ‘counsel’ Ministers for the weak, spineless EU puppets they are. Remember way back when we had a Labour [...]

A future threat

July 26, 2017 // 13 Comments

It has been a remarkable couple of years just lately. We have seen all sorts of conventions overturned, and things happening that we would have thought impossible a few years ago. For us, the big one was the referendum. The fact that it was held at all was amazing, but when we actually won it, [...]
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