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August 18, 2017 // 9 Comments

I was delighted to wake up to the headline  ‘CCTV At All Abattoirs To Stop Cruelty To Animals’, in the Daily Mail on Friday 11 August. Several of the branch members and I had worked hard on promoting a campaign on this as part of our strategy to boost the farming and fishing industries in our [...]


August 18, 2017 // 2 Comments

It is illegal to use this material anywhere in the food chain. It is, however, cleared for use on cats and dogs for external application to control fleas and other insect pests. Fiprinol was found in eggs that were produced in the Netherlands. As that country is 300% self-sufficient in eggs, very [...]

News review – Friday 18 August 2017

August 18, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Express THE European Union is attempting to “punish” Britain for having the temerity to quit the project despite eurocrats’ protestations of innocence, a leading German economist and academic has said today. Professor Thorsten Polleit said EU leaders “intended to make the British [...]

Letters to the Editor – Thursday 17th August 2017

August 17, 2017 // 12 Comments

Today’s first letter, by our correspondent Paul Foyster, takes a hard look at the list of Leadership contestants and proposes questions which members attending hustings ought to ask: Sir, With 11 candidates in the leadership election, many of them relatively unknown to even members and completely [...]

News review – Thursday 17 August 2017

August 17, 2017 // 4 Comments

EU Express MARTIN Schulz today made the extraordinary demand that Britain should stop publishing its own position papers for the Brexit negotiations, saying they were “not meaningful”. But they reflect a wider perception within Europe that the Brexit talks are less a meaningful negotiation [...]

News review – Tuesday 15 August 2017

August 15, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Telegraph Britain will seek to retain a temporary customs union with the EU for at least two years after Brexit to prevent border chaos, David Davis has announced. The Brexit Secretary will on Tuesday publish a paper in which he agrees not to implement any new free trade deals until after [...]

Should UKIP Pursue a Policy of Reindustrialisation?

August 14, 2017 // 25 Comments

Introduction Q: Do you – as members and readers alike – want to see an active policy of promoting reindustrialisation? All reasons that contributed to our industrial decline aside, what is undeniable is that when we were a prominent manufacturing nation, the country was more socially balanced. [...]

News review – Monday 14 August 2017

August 14, 2017 // 7 Comments

Brexit Sun PANICKY Treasury chiefs tried to slow Brexit down to a ten year process, The Sun can reveal. Insiders claim mandarins pushed for a transitional deal with the EU that could have had the UK staying in the Single Market and Customs Union for a decade, but were ignored by Philip Hammond. [...]

Sunday papers – 13 August 2017

August 13, 2017 // 10 Comments

Brexit Deep into the ‘silly season’, news is getting scarce. The biggest Brexit story is a joint statement by the Chancellor and the International Trade Secretary. The Telegraph reports: Britain will not stay in the European Union by the “backdoor” and will completely leave the [...]

Saturday papers – 12 August 2017

August 12, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Support for a so-called ‘hard’ Brexit is growing, claims several of the media. The Express says it’s now at 70 percent. SEVEN in 10 Britons now support Theresa May’s plans for a hard Brexit which includes leaving the Single Market and taking back control of immigration, a [...]
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