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Animal Welfare Opportunities – Post-Brexit

December 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

The recent uproar over the ability of animals to feel pain has created a grossly inaccurate discussion. Beneath all the bluster and posturing from those claiming to be concerned by animal welfare was an underlying implication: without the EU, British animals would suffer horrific cruelty at the [...]

News review – Tuesday 19 December 2017

December 19, 2017 // 3 Comments

Brexit Times Theresa May has started preparing for a third major Brexit speech setting out Britain’s future relationship with the EU amid cautious optimism of an emerging cabinet consensus. The prime minister promised her senior ministers at least two more chances to shape Britain’s desired [...]

News review – Friday 1 December 2017

December 1, 2017 // 5 Comments

Brexit Express THERESA May has agreed to pay a set share of EU budgets after Brexit, according to a senior Brussels official, as the divorce bill deadlock looks to have finally been broken. However, the EU official said no precise figure has been agreed, which could mean the divorce bill is much [...]


November 13, 2017 // 13 Comments

So, Eurocrats want the UK to agree a hefty ‘divorce settlement’ before they will proceed to trade talks. This reminds me of a scenario to which I have referred recently here on UKIP Daily. Very nearly 12 years ago, the then Prime Minister Tony Blair returned from meetings with various members [...]

Fishing – a Step Backwards

November 10, 2017 // 2 Comments

The Government has consistently stated their aim is to provide continuity, and a smooth transition to independence but the very opposite is happening. Business is becoming nervous, mainly because ministers are sending out mixed messages that are destroying confidence Fisheries is a classic example. [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday 22nd July 2017

July 22, 2017 // 11 Comments

Today’s collection of letters starts with a letter we received from our reader and correspondent Cllr Brian Silvester who asks a rather inconvenient question regarding the current Brexit negotiations: Sir, Most non-EU nationals in the UK are not allowed access to “public funds” from [...]

Letters to the Editor

February 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Today is Day One of Cameron’s attempts to negotiate a deal with Brussels to keep us in the EU, thus firing the starting pistol to the official Referendum Campaign. Here are two letters by UKIP Daily readers, which the editors believe will be of great interest to our other readers, providing more [...]

Farmers for BREXIT

February 12, 2016 // 3 Comments

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting of the Lutterworth Dairy Farmers’ Group at the Lutterworth Cricket Club on January 28th, with our UKIP Agriculture Spokesman (and Chief Whip) Stuart Agnew.  For me, it was just down the road (Stuart had the long trek from Norfolk), and an easy evening, [...]

Our Food and the EU – or: You ain’t seen nuthin’ yet!

March 6, 2015 // 10 Comments

When we put forward our reasons for leaving the EU, the control of our borders and control of immigration usually is the main reason. We also talk about re-taking our sovereignty, which previous governments and especially this one, have ceded little by little to Brussels. The EAW is the most [...]

Courant Times – 8th December

December 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Express: NHS waste’s is more painful than cure says Neil Hamilton BBC veteran joins UKIP as Director of Communications Common Sense:- The tax system explained in beer! Archbishop Cranmer: Why dosen’t Welby demand abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy? GE2015:- Mirror: [...]
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