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Letters to the Editor – Thursday 22nd February 2017

February 22, 2018 // 11 Comments

Still working through the backlog of letters, here’s a new collection. The first letter is from our excellent contributor Roger Arthur: Sir, This is for any who are debating whether to join, or re-join, UKIP. “Labour is pursuing a legal case against UKIP, over Rotherham issues. No doubt [...]

A TRANSITION VOIDS UK PARTICIPATION IN ALL INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS

February 22, 2018 // 5 Comments

The implications of the transition should be of grave concern. What is proposed is not only an existential threat that could see our fishing industry culled, but a diplomatic and constitutional suicide pill the result of which would be an anathema not only to “taking back control” but to the [...]

Security – partnership but not participation

February 22, 2018 // 4 Comments

Mrs May’s speech on security cooperation last Saturday was given in Munich, famous for the meeting between Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler in 1938 where an agreement was signed which Mr Chamberlain, on his return to the UK, would lead to “peace in our time”. His hopes were [...]

News review – Thursday 22 February 2018

February 22, 2018 // 11 Comments

Brexit Telegraph The Cabinet did not agree to Theresa May’s negotiating strategy for the transition period after Brexit before it was sent to EU nations, senior ministers have told Telegraph. The official strategy document, which was published on Wednesday, prompted a furious backlash [...]

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday 21st February 2017

February 21, 2018 // 14 Comments

During the run-up to the EGM, letters and articles were put on file because those dealing with that upcoming EGM (now thankfully behind us) were given priority. We are now working on that backlog and hope to publish what you so kindly sent in to UKIP Daily. Therefore, the letters in this and the [...]

News review – Wednesday 21 February 2018

February 21, 2018 // 1 Comment

Brexit Westmonster The British government’s huge commitment of a £40 billion Brexit bill might not be final – there is apparently a plan to hold back cash if the European Union fails to deliver a bumper trade deal for the UK. There is a potential contingency plan to not hand over money if [...]

The Northern Ireland Border Myth

February 21, 2018 // 12 Comments

Of all the arguments presented as ‘evidence’ of the ‘damaging’ effects of Brexit, the arrangements for controlling the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland must be the most misleading and least well understood. Arch opponents to self-determination, and the referendum [...]

Davis’ speech in Vienna

February 20, 2018 // 16 Comments

Brexit secretary David Davis has made a major speech in Vienna today. After pleasantries, he agreed that since the referendum, much thought, throughout Europe, had gone into what Britain’s relationship with the European Union really meant and whether Britain was going to be the same country it [...]

The Seventh Brexit in our Island’s History

February 20, 2018 // 9 Comments

Firstly, My hearty congratulations to Gerard Batten, who is now our interim leader. I hope he will then run as leader proper in the subsequent election. He is off to an excellent start with his interview on Sky, where he said, when questioned, “Yes, I confirm that Islam is a death cult, for [...]

News review – Tuesday 20 February 2018

February 20, 2018 // 8 Comments

Brexit Express JULIA HARTLEY-BREWER told the European Union to “f*** off” in a furious rant over Brussels’ demand for the so-called Brexit divorce bill as negotiations rumble on. The staunch Brexiteer insisted the UK should not pay a penny to the EU because the country has been a “net [...]
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