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News review – Thursday 11 January 2018

January 11, 2018 // 0 Comments

Brexit Express A PETITION calling for Britain to quit the EU immediately has attracted enough support to trigger a Commons debate, parliamentary officials announced today. More than 132,000 people have backed the online petition on the official Parliament website urging the Prime Minister to [...]

MEAT TO PLEASE YOU

August 4, 2017 // 10 Comments

Fishing for Leave, the industry campaign group, estimates that the UK fishing industry will eventually be worth £6.3bn once we have re-established control of the 200-mile limit, the fishing grounds, and resources within our Exclusive Economic Zone. This figure is based on the UK catch value [...]

A Response to the Institute of Fiscal Studies

June 2, 2016 // 4 Comments

Last week we had a gloomy report from the Institute of Fiscal Studies about the supposed dangers of Brexit. The IFS  has in the past accepted EU funding. The government and the EU haven’t threatened a plague of locusts yet, but don’t be surprised if they do! I doubt that you could buy a locust [...]

Good sanctions – bad sanctions

August 10, 2014 // 4 Comments

  We are now into the second week of August, and nobody can be unaware that the EU, in concert with the USA, has imposed sanctions on Russia. We’ve been told that these sanctions would hurt Putin and make him relent, give in, and do what the EU wants him to do. Above all, those sanctions [...]

Letter to the Editor – More Positive Campaigning

March 3, 2014 // 14 Comments

From: Peter Griffiths, PPC for Wealden Dear Editor, My children were home for the weekend. Both live in London, one an Investment Banker and one in Shipping. Both are university educated, one studied Politics and History at Oxford, the other Philosophy at Roehampton. They both helped me leaflet and [...]

Who do you think you’re kidding Sr. Clegg?

December 9, 2013 // 1 Comment

At the end of the day the European Union is now just that, there is a clear and definite action plan by the European Commission to move towards “Ever Closer Union” – the creation of a European Master State. The European Economic Community, or Common Market which the UK joined in [...]

Get your EU Facts Right!

December 2, 2013 // 8 Comments

Here’s a few EU facts and figures for you to casually drop in during conversations, anywhere, on the doorstep, in the pub, chatting to neighbours. They’re all solid facts, indisputable, supporting UKIP’s case for us to be elected so we can run our own country, not hand it over to a bunch of [...]

The Economist gets it wrong. Again.

November 19, 2013 // 0 Comments

In its November 9th edition, the Economist carries a leader on the EU question.  It’s entitled “Little England or Great Britain? The country faces a choice between comfortable isolation and bracing openness.  Go for openness”.  The Economist, it seems, is addicted to the [...]

Smoke and Mirrors in the UK’s “EU Exports” Figures

November 19, 2013 // 1 Comment

How many times have you heard it? The mantra, that is, regularly trotted out by both the true believers in Britain’s EU membership regardless of how bad its disadvantages are, and the uncertain but Brexit-fearful alike, to justify why we shouldn’t ever contemplate leaving? The mantra [...]