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COPELAND AND STOKE – NOTES FROM THE FRONT

February 21, 2017 // 8 Comments

Timeframe and geography made for an interesting itinerary.   Day 1 allowed an afternoon in Stoke Central.   No1 Piccadilly on the corner of a busy little market place and busy inside too, Lisa, Stuart et al beavering away with maps and briefings for the steady stream of Kippers from all corners [...]

Stoke. Dismantled, Destroyed. Thanks Labour!

February 21, 2017 // 11 Comments

Life, vitality, optimism, prosperity. These characteristics are evident when you are in a successful environment. Well maintained buildings, functioning roads, well-kept green areas, vibrant markets, sports clubs, pubs and restaurants, prosperity and peacefulness – the absence of crime and [...]

The media’s shameful hounding of Paul Nuttall over Hillsborough

February 15, 2017 // 5 Comments

This Hillsborough stuff is pretty repugnant, quite frankly. I’ve known Paul Nuttall about 11 or 12 years so far. He’s often spoken to me about being at Hillsborough, and he does so with detail regarding the scenes of that day. He doesn’t usually talk about what happened after he [...]

Nigel Farage and Paul Nuttall at Stoke

February 12, 2017 // 4 Comments

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage and current leader Paul Nuttall  answer Stoke residents’ questions in the run up to the by-election. Thanks to Robin Hood [...]

Nexit – Netherlands Elections – Pro-Democracy Ideas

February 10, 2017 // 3 Comments

The Netherlands is having elections on the 15th March, and Nexit parties are campaigning. Why is this of interest to the UK? The answer is that a Nexit referendum scenario and maybe a result to leave the EU, could allow the UK, with the Netherlands and also maybe EFTA (European Free Trade [...]

Ukip – The Future

January 31, 2017 // 7 Comments

As we move into the seventh month after the momentous vote on the 23rd June 2016, some would claim that as our independence day, where are we now? Ukip has, to be truthful, since the resignation of Nigel been through the ringer. It is well documented and evidenced that all sorts of nonsense took [...]

‘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 [...]

A HUNDRED SEATS – A MINI-MANIFESTO FOR 2017

January 27, 2017 // 46 Comments

Brexit and Corbyn have given us a penalty shot at Labour’s goal, very likely the only one we will ever get.   Are we to make a feeble tap straight to the goalie’s hands, or are we going to thump the ball hard into the back of the net? If we hold it as self-evident that we are most unlikely to [...]

Could UKIP be decimated in May?

January 22, 2017 // 34 Comments

Theresa May’s call for a Hard Brexit will not shoot UKIP’s fox, but it’ll be UKIP which shoots itself if reforms are not soon brought about. Come May 4th, UKIP will be fighting to hold the 147 county council seats it won in 2013. Given the current dismal state of affairs within [...]
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