Latest from UKIP Daily


News review – Friday 16 February 2018

February 16, 2018 // 11 Comments

Brexit Telegraph Boris Johnson wanted to use Valentine’s Day to win over those worried about Brexit. Good on him for trying, but by letting his intentions be known in advance, zealous Remainers had time to work out how they’d spurn his advances. “Remember that Boris only loves [...]

What’s really going on here?

January 28, 2018 // 147 Comments

The vote of no confidence by the NEC in Henry Bolton was simply the latest and most public demonstration of the war going on in UKIP. The party has become so divided that even the pretence that Henry Bolton has done anything wrong is no longer needed as unfounded allegations are being made by the [...]

Sunday media – 28 January 2018

January 28, 2018 // 51 Comments

UKIP I’m leading today’s news with a story in the Mail which might interest Kippers. Nigel Farage has struck a secret deal with embattled  Ukip leader Henry Bolton designed to pave the way for his return to frontline politics, party sources have claimed. Under the plan, Mr Bolton – who is [...]


January 27, 2018 // 149 Comments

Ian Fleming is credited with the remark: “Once is happenstance, twice coincidence, three times it’s enemy action”. Spread over 18 months or so, which, by coincidence, is also the gestation period for elephants, it rings a bell when we look at what’s happening in UKIP. Here’s the [...]

News review – Friday 26 January 2018

January 26, 2018 // 26 Comments

Brexit Westmonster Channel 4’s Gary Gibbon has got hold of the European Union’s plan for the so-called ‘transition’ or ‘implementation’ phase set to last until at least 2021 – and it ain’t pretty. As Gibbon sets out: “the UK nonetheless has to follow all EU laws including any [...]

News review – Thursday 25 January 2018

January 25, 2018 // 13 Comments

Brexit Westmonster Brexit hero Jacob Rees-Mogg just cornered government Minister David Davis on the so-called ‘transition period’ today that is set to see aspects of EU membership such as open borders go on until at least 2021. Mogg made the point today, asking: “If, on the 30th March 2019 [...]

My Open Letter to the NEC

January 25, 2018 // 47 Comments

Dear NEC members – I wasn’t a fan of the NEC. I felt that too often they made bizarre decisions which defied common sense. There was a lack of transparency about how they arrived at those decisions, and the Minutes of the meetings were not easily available. Above all there was a lack of [...]

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday 24th January 2018

January 24, 2018 // 51 Comments

Today’s first letter comes from our contributor Stout Yeoman who takes issue with Bolton and Farage and points out the serious flaw in their arguments: Sir, I see that both Nigel Farage and Henry Bolton are declaring the NEC not fit for purpose. Neither gives an explanation of why that is so [...]

Letters to the Editor, Tuesday 23rd January 2018 – PART TWO

January 23, 2018 // 42 Comments

This is the second collection of letters we publish today. This unprecedented event shows that members are not content to just listen – they demand their voices be heard. The letters below were all written and sent in after Bolton’s statement yesterday and after the later interview with [...]

News review – Tuesday 23 January 2018

January 23, 2018 // 13 Comments

Brexit Express EUROPEAN Union leaders are plotting to throw Westminster into chaos and deal blow after blow to the leadership of Theresa May in a bid to soften Brexit, Brussels insiders have revealed. The plot from the bloc’s top brass will see EU negotiator Michel Barnier refuse to give way on [...]
1 2 3 21