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Why Liberty Matters

September 12, 2017 // 12 Comments

Liberal has become a dirty word in recent years. It has become synonymous with metropolitan elites, or is seen as an out-of-touch set of values that are to the detriment of the majority.  At worse Liberals are seen as the useful idiots or willing apologists for multinational crony cartel [...]

The Right Words

March 27, 2017 // 9 Comments

If Paul Nuttall is struggling to find the right words to enunciate  the real effects of Islamation on our way of life he could not do better than quote Michael Nazir – Ali the former Bishop of Rochester whose article in Saturday`s Daily Telegraph detailed a very explicit warning of the dangers [...]

What makes us English

September 25, 2016 // 23 Comments

Travel the capitals of Europe. Go to Moscow, to Warsaw, Berlin, Paris, Rome, Madrid, Edinburgh.  And only then, from Edinburgh, take the train south to London, the great city which for a thousand years has been the capital of England – and was, and perhaps still is, in some respects the [...]

Best of Brexit – Free Again!

June 25, 2016 // 1 Comment

Ed: An image says more than a thousand words – so here are images which capture our mood and express how we feel since we got our country back on June 24th: … and that’s how we felt yesterday evening [...]

The Road to Serfdom

May 2, 2015 // 3 Comments

Nanny knows best; be it ‘Strong Leader’ Dave, ‘Tough Enough’ Ed or ‘King-maker’ Nick. That is the choice of who after 7th May (under the ‘benign’ management of our decline by the mighty EU Eurocrats) will tax us, control us, and meddle in our lives.  The leaders have spoken of [...]

The Status of Women in Anglo-Saxon England

March 7, 2015 // 1 Comment

Editor: A historical topic, some may see this as an unusual article for UKIP Daily, but it reminds us of the freedoms the people of our nation have striven for and enjoyed for more than a thousand years, and to subliminally consider the threats to those freedoms today. In general, Anglo-Saxon [...]

UKIP and the Spirit of Magna Carta

March 6, 2015 // 1 Comment

The liberties that the Magna Carta enshrined and gave momentum to more liberties are being supported by UKIP in restoring those liberties and more. The Magna Carta established a number of liberties and code of conduct of government, including: Politicians governing are not above the law Nobody can [...]

Living the Great British Story

February 7, 2015 // 0 Comments

Editor’s Introduction: Nigel Moore is one of our more prolific authors. He has logically gathered all his work together to tell a story and it is presented as both an online resource and a downloadable document that can be printed out and used as a resource at public meetings, for example, [...]

Scrutiny, Vigilance and the Media War

December 4, 2014 // 14 Comments

Members should by now be aware of the ‘Rules for Online Communication’ which have been sent out a few days ago. In the run-up to the elections it is becoming more and more important that we all observe them because the election machinery of the legacy parties and their hacks is already [...]

Poll shows apathy toward the EU

April 16, 2014 // 5 Comments

A YouGov poll has shown that most of the general public are apathetic when it come to the European Union, not knowing exactly what the EU parliament is, when the elections are (84% don’t know), how many countries are in the European Union (80%), which countries they are (only 50% know that [...]
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