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Saturday papers – 4 March 2017

March 4, 2017 // 8 Comments

Brexit Today’s big story is a decision by a House of Lords committee that the UK will not have to pay ‘alimony’ for its divorce from the UK. The Telegraph reports: Britain is not under any legal obligation to pay cash to the European Union after Brexit, a cross party committee of peers has [...]

Could UKIP be decimated in May?

January 22, 2017 // 34 Comments

Theresa May’s call for a Hard Brexit will not shoot UKIP’s fox, but it’ll be UKIP which shoots itself if reforms are not soon brought about. Come May 4th, UKIP will be fighting to hold the 147 county council seats it won in 2013. Given the current dismal state of affairs within [...]

2017 – Happy New Year from the UKIP Daily team

January 1, 2017 // 7 Comments

Members of the team at UKIP Daily offer good wishes for 2017. Brian Otridge – who is abroad at the moment – sent this wish for 2017: I wish for May to actually get A50 in and for Trump NOT to be assassinated! Oh, and Marine Le Pen as President of France and Merkel NOT the Chancellor and [...]

Sunday papers – 25 December 2016

December 25, 2016 // 3 Comments

Brexit The subject that grabs most Kippers is in today’s news with a message from our party leader reported in the Express. MUCH faster progress on Brexit and an “intensification” of the debate on the UK’s overseas aid budget should be on the political agenda in 2017, Ukip [...]

Looking Out for a Hero

December 20, 2016 // 35 Comments

It is now nearly two years since I left UKIP. Although I held Nigel as an absolute HERO, for his courage in not backing down on his beliefs when vilified and verbally and physically threatened, the party Elite allowed in newcomers who to my mind saw UKIP as a career move. These newcomers were [...]

The UKIP NEC Election 2016

December 18, 2016 // 66 Comments

A very personal view on the election that was finally concluded on 15th December 2016.   Well, it’s now allover but does that include the shouting, or is that to come? UKIP has, forthe first time in a long time, elected what amounts to a new NEC. The newly-elected members will, I think, have [...]

Young Independents Speak – A Visit to Skipton

December 16, 2016 // 12 Comments

At the request of my son, a YI member, the thick West Yorkshire traffic was battled against on Thursday the 8th of December to meet fellow Kippers in Skipton. The meeting was hosted by the Skipton & Ripon branch and I extend my thanks to them and their Secretary Anthony Smith for their warm [...]

News review – Tuesday 6 December 2016

December 6, 2016 // 9 Comments

Supreme Court BBC News The government has urged the Supreme Court to make a decision the “ordinary man and woman” would understand in the landmark legal challenge over Brexit. Government lawyer James Eadie QC said ministers could trigger Brexit and that there was no basis for Parliament [...]

UKIP leadership

December 4, 2016 // 36 Comments

How did we get here? Well, it’s taken UKIP the best part of six months but finally the party has a leader who seems to want the job and has received a majority of the popular vote. Paul Nuttall has been a member of UKIP for quite some time and during his campaign he made much of the positions [...]

News review – 1 December 2016

December 1, 2016 // 18 Comments

Brexit Express BREXIT may never happen despite the historic vote in June, because Britain has been “stigmatised and marginalised” by the EU, Poland’s Foreign Minister has said. Witold Waszczykowski, a member of the Polish right-wing party Law and Justice, said it was in Poland’s [...]
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