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Letters to the Editor – Saturday 27th January 2018

January 27, 2018 // 26 Comments

The outstanding letter today comes from David Moreland, Chair of the Broadland Branch, Norfolk. It’s a stark reminder of what UKIP will lose should members choose to keep Henry Bolton as leader: Sir, I am the Chairman of Broadland Branch in Norfolk and was the Candidate for Norfolk Police and [...]

Letters to the Editor – Friday 26th January 2018

January 26, 2018 // 57 Comments

In the first of today’s letters, Mick McGough NEC points to one important aspect of the possible outcome of the EGM should the vote be for Bolton, who needs to answer the question Mick asks: Sir, If the elected NEC are successful at the AGM then Henry will be immediately removed. However if Henry [...]

AN OPEN LETTER TO GUIDO

January 25, 2018 // 20 Comments

Guido, the nom de plume of Paul Staines – no sniggering at the back there – runs order-order, a highly successful political blog. While it can occasionally forget itself sufficiently to criticise Mrs May and her bumbling incompetence, mostly the blog is supportive of anything that the [...]

Letters to the Editor – Thursday 25th January 2018

January 25, 2018 // 51 Comments

UPDATE – IMPORTANT! We just received this important invitation from Helena Windsor: Calling all members: UKIP Surrey Committee arranged a local members meeting with Henry Bolton back in the Autumn. Following Henry’s decision not to resign after the unanimous vote of no confidence this [...]

My Open Letter to the NEC

January 25, 2018 // 47 Comments

Dear NEC members – I wasn’t a fan of the NEC. I felt that too often they made bizarre decisions which defied common sense. There was a lack of transparency about how they arrived at those decisions, and the Minutes of the meetings were not easily available. Above all there was a lack of [...]

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday 24th January 2018

January 24, 2018 // 51 Comments

Today’s first letter comes from our contributor Stout Yeoman who takes issue with Bolton and Farage and points out the serious flaw in their arguments: Sir, I see that both Nigel Farage and Henry Bolton are declaring the NEC not fit for purpose. Neither gives an explanation of why that is so [...]

The Trap Has Been Sprung

January 23, 2018 // 317 Comments

Be careful of what you wish for. The NEC have unwittingly signed their own death warrant by passing a vote of no-confidence in Henry Bolton. There are only two results of the no-confidence motion. Either Henry goes, or the NEC must vacate their seats and be replaced. Whilst the conventional wisdom [...]

Letters to the Editor, Tuesday 23rd January 2018 – PART TWO

January 23, 2018 // 42 Comments

This is the second collection of letters we publish today. This unprecedented event shows that members are not content to just listen – they demand their voices be heard. The letters below were all written and sent in after Bolton’s statement yesterday and after the later interview with [...]

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday 23rd January 2018 – PART ONE

January 23, 2018 // 2 Comments

Firstly, thank you all for sending us your letters for publication on UKIP Daily! There’s nothing which shows your, the members, opinions on the situation Bolton has landed us in than your letters. We want all your voices to be heard, so there will be two ‘Letters’ columns today. The first [...]

Letters to the Editor – Monday 22nd January 2018

January 22, 2018 // 17 Comments

Today’s letters reflect the extraordinary situation UKIP finds itself in after yesterday’s unanimous decision by the NEC to support the no-confidence motion against Henry Bolton. The first one, by our contributor Rosie Beattie, was written and sent to her branch before the NEC meeting. It is a [...]
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