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Essential Policies for the New Leader to Adopt

January 12, 2018 // 23 Comments

Under various headings ( and in the context of HB’s imminent resignation ) contributors have been submitting their ideas as to what UKIP should now concentrate on to have a chance to recover from the debacle of last June’s Election / the debacle of HB’s ‘Leadership’. [...]

Christmas Eve media – 24 December 2017

December 24, 2017 // 10 Comments

Nigel In an exclusive the Telegraph claims Nigel Farage will not get his knighthood again this year. Nigel Farage, the politician dubbed “Mr Brexit” for his role in helping to take Britain out of the European Union, has been overlooked for a knighthood – again. The former UK [...]

The Facts behind the Housing Crisis

November 24, 2017 // 7 Comments

It has long been in political discourse that successive governments have failed to build enough houses; in many cases, it becomes the rallying cry of the challenging party that their opposition has let the public down by not providing enough new builds or social housing. Yet those accused [...]

Sunday papers – 5 November 2017

November 5, 2017 // 8 Comments

Brexit It seems that the government has capitulated to Brussels over the ‘divorce bill’ says the Times. European Union negotiators have started drawing up the outlines of a future trade deal with Britain after receiving signals from the government that it would agree to pay more than €60bn [...]

“The Conservative Woman”

October 26, 2017 // 4 Comments

As a bit of a political junkie I read a lot of blogs, not discriminating by their take: left, right or barking. One of the better ones is The Conservative Woman, not too partisan and with a lot of common-sense. Sometimes, if things get bad enough, even the most dedicated supporter can have [...]

Immigration and Why its Control is Essential – Part 3

May 8, 2017 // 5 Comments

In Part 1, the term immigration was defined, and official government statistics relating to nett immigration rates were introduced. The assertion was put, that immigration must be controlled to enable planners to undertake their function, such that peacefulness and well-being in our society can be [...]

Fantasy Land Economics

April 27, 2017 // 34 Comments

Here we go again. A General Election has been called and prospective Members of Parliament are lying to the people in order to get elected so they can then pursue their own agenda until it is time to get re-elected again. A number of readers of UKIP Daily have expressed blindness about economics, [...]

News review – Friday 7 April 2017

April 7, 2017 // 10 Comments

US air strikes Telegraph Donald Trump has launched US air strikes against the Assad regime in Syria in retaliation for Tuesday’s chemical weapons attack.  59 Tomahawk missiles were launched from US ships in the Mediterranean and struck the Shayrat air base in central Syria. The Russian [...]

News review – Monday 6 March 2017

March 6, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Express REBEL MPs and peers were last night warned that a parliamentary revolt to delay Theresa May’s Brexit plans could weaken Britain’s position in the forthcoming EU negotiations. Tory rebels are expected to join with Labour and Lib Dem MPs tomorrow to defeat the Government for a [...]

When will we take action?

March 5, 2017 // 21 Comments

We British are a tolerant people and as such we may moan and groan but we don’t revolt. We stand in queues, respectfully and properly, and await our turn when it’s our turn. We turn a blind eye to practices we find abhorrent such as FGM and child-grooming, labelling them part of the culture of [...]
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