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Letters to the Editor – Saturday 13th January 2018

January 13, 2018 // 53 Comments

Today’s letters are about Leaders – or rather, the strange ‘affairs’ our current and past Leader have presented us with this week. The first letter is from our correspondent Septimus Octavius, chiming it with the article by Gerard Batten MEP in today’s edition: Sir, Why has Nigel [...]

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. [...]

Interview with Nigel Farage – Part One

October 11, 2017 // 3 Comments

UKIP Daily Associate Editor Mark Angelides in conversation with Nigel Farage MEP. Part Two will follow on UKIP Daily tomorrow.   Mark: You’ve become a major player in the American political scene recently, how do you feel the Make America Great Again agenda is coming along? Nigel: I do [...]

Letter on the Leadership Election

October 7, 2017 // 32 Comments

It is an extraordinary step for UKIP Daily and for me as Editor-in-Chief to take a post down, but I am forced to do so. Ms Watts had sent me her letter at the beginning of the week, and we were in correspondence because in my opinion it needed a re-write for various reasons. She send me the [...]

Letters to the Editor – Thursday 5th October 2017

October 5, 2017 // 42 Comments

We’re still dealing with the fall-out from the leadership election of seven days ago and that is reflected not only in articles and comments but also in the letters. The first one today is from our contributor Alan Piper. His letter reflects that a way forward, away from the current polarisation, [...]

UKIP’s Vice

October 4, 2017 // 87 Comments

Snobbery is the confusion of social status with human worth. It is commonly encountered as superiority over lower social classes, or background, or educational level. Psychologists say it is a defence mechanism to mask feelings of inferiority or may be learnt behaviour from snobbish parents. But [...]

Government sets out its customs stall

August 15, 2017 // 9 Comments

  A new paper setting out proposals for a future customs relationship with the EU has been unveiled today by the Government in the first of a series of papers on the UK’s future partnership with the EU. The document highlights the UK’s strong starting position and how we can build on the [...]

News review – Tuesday 15 August 2017

August 15, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Telegraph Britain will seek to retain a temporary customs union with the EU for at least two years after Brexit to prevent border chaos, David Davis has announced. The Brexit Secretary will on Tuesday publish a paper in which he agrees not to implement any new free trade deals until after [...]

Nigel is Needed

June 19, 2017 // 18 Comments

The election result is widely seen as a return to the old tradition of two-party government, with any other parties in the Commons of no importance at all except at times of two-party deadlock.  As it happens, now is such a time, with the DUP receiving some attention.  But surely, many think, the [...]

Saturday papers – 10 June 2017

June 10, 2017 // 4 Comments

Theresa May Following Thursday’s General Election, speculation surrounds the future of the Prime Minister. The Times says: Theresa May was being used as a defensive shield by her party yesterday as Tory MPs sought to delay a leadership contest while believing that she could be gone within months. [...]
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