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News review – Monday 16 October 2017

October 16, 2017 // 3 Comments

Brexit Express THERESA May has personally pleaded with Angela Merkel to end the European Union’s Brexit stand-off as the British Prime Minister travelled to Brussels today to push for talks to reach the next phase. The Prime Minister called the German Chancellor on Sunday to ask her to end [...]

Henry’s challenge

October 8, 2017 // 39 Comments

After three months of campaigning and bitter infighting, the UKIP leadership election has finally concluded. Yet the result it produced has only raised more questions about its future. Henry Bolton might have emerged victor to the thunderous applause of hundreds of supporters, but everywhere else [...]

News review – Monday 2 October 2017

October 2, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Independent Liam Fox has launched an outspoken attack on the EU, saying it will risk harming its own people if it refuses to enter talks on a post-Brexit trade deal within weeks. The International Trade Secretary also dismissed warnings that the huge tariffs slapped on Bombardier planes [...]

HENRY BOLTON IS THE NEW LEADER

September 29, 2017 // 89 Comments

*** BREAKING NEWS *** BREAKING NEWS *** Henry Bolton has been elected the new leader of UKIP. Anne Marie Waters came second in the ballot and David Kurten came third. But it has been reported that the Premier League’s lawyers are looking at the question of breach of copyright with the [...]

It Has to be Bolton

September 5, 2017 // 55 Comments

After much consideration and after watching as many hustings and self-promotional videos as time allows, I’m going to give the reason why I’m backing Bolton. UKIP is in a battle for its existence. If it makes a mistake now, the party is finished. The money has run out, the members are not [...]

A hustings report

September 1, 2017 // 2 Comments

An audience of almost 100 people were faced by several of the candidates: Peter Whittle, the establishment candidate Anne-Marie Waters, the Muslim expert Neville Watson for JRE who was unable to attend following the death of his father Aidan Powlesland, the economist Marion Mason, the nurse David [...]

Bolton – a personal ‘take’ on the speeches

February 20, 2017 // 3 Comments

Paul Nuttall attacked a Labour Party that had “nothing in common with working-class people” in a powerful Conference debut as UKIP leader. Nuttall’s hard-hitting and, at times, rawly emotional oration was the highlight of a Ukip Spring Conference featuring many impassioned and entertaining [...]