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Freedom of Speech

Open Letter in Support of David Kurten

August 14, 2017 // 30 Comments

To Mr S. Crowther, Mr P. Oakden, Mr P. Wauchope, Mr P. Oakley and all members of the NEC: We the undersigned are shocked, disappointed, and disgusted with the appearance of a letter which has been signed by fellow UKIP members with either an agenda to interfere with candidate selection or just have [...]

Libertarian! Sshhhhhh!!!! You’re not Allowed to Speak!

June 29, 2017 // 43 Comments

“Friends, Kippers, Countrymen, lend me your ears….” (not Will Shakespeare). What a state UKIP as a Party is in! A libertarian Party? It appears that libertarian may mean many things to many people. From the UKIP Constitution: 2.5  The Party is a democratic, libertarian Party and will espouse [...]

TNS (The Next Step) – Part Four (a): A Radical Manifesto

April 3, 2017 // 6 Comments

[Ed: Part 3 with links to the earlier parts is here. Part Four has been split into (a) and (b). Part (b) will be published tomorrow.] In the last part (indeed, in the first part) I promised in radical 20-point populist manifesto. Here it is. (1) Brexit must mean clean Brexit and we should repeal [...]

Freedom of Speech and Geert Wilders

December 12, 2016 // 20 Comments

“Freedom of Speech is a right, but…”. Err, no. No buts! There will be much written about the conviction of Geert Wilders in Holland on Friday last week, on December 9th, 2016. For those who are unfamiliar with Geert Wilders: he is the founder and leader of the Dutch ‘Party for [...]

On the fringe…. A view from the North

September 21, 2016 // 8 Comments

Briefly, to those who attended: I agree with a chap in the audience called Vijay – I don’t accept the premise of the question either. To those who missed it: surprising, yet heartening, was the sight of  Owen Bennett of the Huffington Post at a fringe event entitled ‘Populism or Freedom?’ [...]

Elizabeth Jones, UKIP Leadership Candidate:

September 4, 2016 // 1 Comment

Q: Historically UKIP has been criticised and wrongfully labelled as a homophobic party.  As leader of the party, how would you address this? A: UKIP is not homophobic and has no interest whatsoever in turning its back on the equalities agenda which successive governments have pursued as a result [...]

The new intolerance

December 31, 2015 // 1 Comment

A modern trend appears to be increasing intolerance of what, only a few years ago and for many people still, would be regarded as innocent and harmless.  Various persons now seem to take severe exception (or objection) leading to defacement of statues/buildings and ruining careers of otherwise [...]

Extremism Bill or Extremist Government?

September 30, 2015 // 45 Comments

In Monday’s Telegraph there was an article outlining Comrade Theresa May’s next step to control the population. This is an extremely dangerous and deceitful power grab by what passes for our government. Under the ubiquitous guise of counter-terrorism and national security they are [...]

Freedom of speech

June 15, 2014 // 6 Comments

This is a sensitive subject and I’m aware that I’m going to attract some criticism. But that’s ok, I have the freedom to express myself and you have the freedom to respond. That’s the nature of free speech – I can say something that you don’t like and you can say something that I [...]

Saturday’s Papers – 11 January 2014

January 11, 2014 // 0 Comments

We are experimenting with a new format to encourage discussion on the affairs of the day. Housing Two new garden cities for southern England in ‘secret’ Tory plan in the Telegraph A different take in The Independent: Fergus Wilson: The landlord who wants to put 200 families out on the [...]
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