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UKIP and a Second EU Referendum

January 13, 2018 // 22 Comments

I was shocked and appalled, like most UKIPPERs, that Nigel Farage conceded that a second EU Referendum could be held. He made his comments on the Wright Stuff daytime TV show on January 11th 2018, and it caused such a backlash that he spent the rest of the day backtracking on what he had said. [...]

The logic of Brexit

October 20, 2017 // 6 Comments

Editor’s Note: This is the first part of a two-part series by Robert Henderson. The second part can be found here on UKIP Daily. Remainer determination to subvert Brexit is shamelessly alive and kicking. Since the referendum on 23rd June 2016, those who voted to remain in the EU have given a [...]

Annual Performance Review for Treesa May

May 21, 2017 // 5 Comments

It’s eleven months on since the historic EU referendum held on June 23rd 2016. We thought it’s about time we had an Annual Performance Review for the Conservative government so the people can assess the government’s track record in honouring the Brexit result, to assess renewal of their [...]

UKIP – Reset or Refocus. Part I

May 1, 2017 // 11 Comments

If you want to give yourself a reason to re-focus, treat yourself to a look at “The Wright Stuff” on Channel 5. I just have and it didn’t take me more than five minutes into the programme to start wanting to throw things at the screen; what was going on would more “wrightly” have been [...]

UKIP must back the best chance Brexiteer

April 24, 2017 // 22 Comments

This is the Brexit general election. It is about trying to save Brexit from being reversed or overridden by a newly-returned House of Commons, dominated by Remainers, claiming a fresh mandate to implement or ignore last year’s referendum result as it sees fit. UKIP’s object in this [...]

Labour Seats for the Taking

April 20, 2017 // 47 Comments

The forthcoming general election will be quite unlike any that has taken place in my lifetime.  Normal election calculations must be jettisoned, and a new strategy adopted. UKIP has a great opportunity to win seats, particularly from Labour, however this must be regarded as a fortuitous side [...]

Letters to the editor – Monday 5th December 2016

December 5, 2016 // 12 Comments

The first letter, about the Richmond by-election result last week, is from our reader Roger Arthur: Sir, While some “Richmond Remains” have punished Zac Goldsmith, only 49.7% voted Lib Dem in the by election, while 69% voted in June to remain in the EU. So the number of Remainers in Richmond [...]

Politically-confused.com

November 28, 2016 // 8 Comments

I am not a well bunny at the moment! Apart from having a fall in July which tore the ligament in my left shoulder and which was repaired about 6 weeks ago and is healing well but not there yet, the political situation is most upsetting. The party I worked for and became approved as a Parliamentary [...]

Insurgent Tony Blair? Fisk him!

October 31, 2016 // 27 Comments

An open letter to ‘The Rabid Killer of Truth’ Dear Mr Blair, for it is you of whom I speak, The following puff piece about The Most Exquisite You appeared in the Daily Telegraph. My answers written over the top of your actual words, or a paraphrasing of them, are set out in red, by [...]

“Single Market” means “Remain”

October 13, 2016 // 19 Comments

The failed politicians like Anna Soubry, Nick Clegg, and Ed Miliband are at it again. Trying to force the Government to put issues regarding Leaving the EU for Parliament to discuss and vote on. Amongst the arguments is the one about how we must continue access to the Single Market or it will be [...]
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