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News review – Friday 3 November 2017

November 3, 2017 // 11 Comments

Brexit Express BREXIT minister Steve Baker insisted the UK will not give away its negotiating hand in EU talks despite European Council President Donald Tusk and Brussels chief negotiator Michel Barnier claiming they want a positive relationship after the UK quits the bloc. Mr Baker, Parliamentary [...]

Letters to the Editor – Friday 15th September 2017

September 15, 2017 // 31 Comments

The first letter is by our contributor Stout Yeoman. It is a follow-up to his first letter on FGM which we published here, answering questions raised in the comments: Sir, Thank you for publishing my letter on the statistics about FGM. It was not well received by some of your readers, broadly on [...]

News review – Wednesday 13 September 2017

September 13, 2017 // 8 Comments

Brexit Express BRITAIN and the European Union have agreed to push the next round of Brexit talks back a week as Theresa May prepares to make a new intervention being billed as a potential game-changer. It is understood the UK prime minister will deliver a crucial new speech on or around September [...]

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday 12th September 2017

September 12, 2017 // 56 Comments

The first letter today is a must-read, not only for the still ongoing debate about the candidates in the current leadership election but for the general debate which won’t stop because we’ve elected a new leader. It’s about a hot subject: FGM. We Kippers base our arguments on data, not on [...]

News review – Thursday 24 August 2017

August 24, 2017 // 7 Comments

Brexit Guardian Britain could remain under the direct control of the European court of justice for years after Brexit, it has emerged, and still be forced to implement the court’s rulings on vexed issues such as immigration. The expanding scale of the prime minister’s climbdown over her promise [...]

News review – Tuesday 18 July 2017

July 18, 2017 // 2 Comments

Election fraud Telegraph Fears that students may have voted twice to boost Jeremy Corbyn’s election result have prompted the Electoral Commission to demand urgent action to halt a “troubling” rise in alleged voter fraud. Ministers should investigate developing a new computer [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday 8th July 2017

July 8, 2017 // 14 Comments

Today’s letters range from foreign affairs to UKIP affairs. The first is from our correspondent Roger Arthur, dealing with France’s President: Sir, Mr Macron threatens to steal financial services from the City of London, by reducing Taxation. But after the EU Fiscal Union that he favours, tax [...]

News review – Monday 24 April 2017

April 24, 2017 // 2 Comments

French election Telegraph Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will fight for the French presidency after the country’s two main parties crashed out of the first round for the first time since the founding of the Fifth Republic in 1958. In a seismic shift in French politics, final results put Mr [...]

UKIP and Islam – a Most Necessary Debate. Part II

March 28, 2017 // 58 Comments

[Ed: Read Part I here. Part I concluded with the sentence picked up here in Part II.] A much more significant debate, one where right and logic are very clearly on our side, relates to the Shariafication of Britain. This is via the Womb, the Entry Permit and the Minbar (mosque pulpit). Inter alia, [...]

UKIP must face Islam, or die

March 8, 2017 // 220 Comments

“My political priorities, post-Brexit, have become very simple. The party that’s most willing and able to stand up to Islam will get my vote.” That was a tweet from @meganne121 last week and she is not alone. There is enormous and growing public concern about Islam, and our politicians [...]
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