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Letters to the Editor – Thursday 16th February 2017

February 16, 2017 // 4 Comments

Today’s first letter, by our contributor “A Roving Reporter”, addresses the outlook for the EU in the wake of the coming General Elections in various important member states: Sir, In my recent article, I drew attention to the parlous state of the Euro, and consequently the EU itself – [...]

Breaking: UKIP MEP says Paul Nuttall is a liar!

February 15, 2017 // 16 Comments

As a close personal friend and a colleague I’ve known for many years, it pains me to admit this. The mainstream media are on to something: my Leader, Paul Nuttall, is a liar. Not about Hillsborough. He’d never lie about something like that. It’s too close to him, you see. [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, 11th February 2017

February 11, 2017 // 4 Comments

The first letter today comes from Mike Hookem MEP, who is the UKIP Fisheries Spokesman. Mike Hookem draws attention to an agreement which most of us are unaware of, and which can and ought to be scrapped now: Sir, I call on Theresa May and David Davis to scrap a little-known, Pre-EU fishing [...]

Letters to the Editor – Thursday 9th February 2017

February 9, 2017 // 5 Comments

As the ‘Article 50 Bill’ now passes to the House of Lords, today’s letters reiterate the call to the Government to repeal the ECA 1972. The first is by ‘Roving Reporter’,our reader and contributor, who has made this call repeatedly here on these pages: Sir, A year ago, the Cameron [...]

Hospital Parking Charges – A Tax on the Sick

February 9, 2017 // 11 Comments

The NHS is one of the greatest aspects of Britain’s society that makes us proud to be British. However, it was recently announced that NHS Trusts in England have made some £7 million more on parking charges this year, plus at least another £2 million in fines over the past four years. Hospital [...]

To pay or not to pay

February 8, 2017 // 7 Comments

So, the government, in working its way down the UKIP manifesto, has decided to enforce the rules whereby non-qualifying people must pay for medical treatment. Currently those that have no entitlement routinely come to the UK for free care. Many who should, do not pay and in some cases, are not even [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, 4th February 2017

February 4, 2017 // 3 Comments

  Today’s letters address two different  and important aspects of Brexit. The first is by our contributor ‘A Roving Reporter’ who casts a critical eye on the Government White Paper which was published on Thursday. (Please find the link to this at the bottom of this page.) Sir, David [...]

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, 31st January, 2017

January 31, 2017 // 7 Comments

Today’s letters look at particulars in regard to our situation while still in the EU, the first one, by our contributor and reader Jack Thomas pointing to a most important aspect: Sir, Whilst researching some information for my series of articles on defence I came across some worrying [...]

Letters to the Editor – Sunday 29th January 2017

January 29, 2017 // 6 Comments

Today’s letters all address the Supreme Court Judgement. The first is by Paul Nuttall MEP, who doesn’t need an introduction on these pages: Sir, The Battle for Brexit has only just begun. This week the Supreme Court ruled that the Government cannot invoke Article 50 to begin the process of [...]

A Letter From a Northern Town

January 28, 2017 // 13 Comments

Dear Reader, I write this letter to you in sorrow and in anger. If there were a municipality that epitomises the betrayal of the British working people by the Labour Party better than this town I would like to know. Tucked in a strategically important pivot, in what is supposed to be the nascent [...]
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