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January 15, 2018 // 41 Comments

Quercus robur, commonly known as common oak, or English oak, is a species of deciduous tree native to the United Kingdom. I joined UKIP in July 2015. It was in the aftermath of the general election and my son had persuaded me to accompany him to a UKIP meeting of the Huddersfield and Colne Valley [...]

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday 22nd November 2017

November 22, 2017 // 20 Comments

The first letter, by Mike Hookem MEP, draws attention to the relentless destruction of our fishing grounds even after Brexit, because the CFP is still not taken out of May’s ‘Great Repeal Bill’: Sir, MEPs had two chances to ban the outrageous practice of electro-pulse fishing, that is blamed [...]

Marie’s Letter

August 31, 2017 // 42 Comments

Ed: The ancient Romans had a saying: “Audiatur et altera pars” – the other side must also be heard. Below is a letter from a reader of UKIP Daily which started out as a far too long comment post and was therefore binned. We publish it here because it, sadly, points out that we are failing [...]

Leadership Thoughts

August 21, 2017 // 38 Comments

I have just received an email from the South West Regional Organiser, which included betting odds by Ladbroke’s as of Wednesday 16th August.  So I have just gone on Odd-Checker to find the latest figures and picked the one from Coral, which is typical: Peter Whittle 4/5 AMW 5/2 JR Evans 8 David [...]

UKIP Leadership: Hustings are a Must!

August 12, 2017 // 56 Comments

Eleven candidates. Eleven!! I must admit, when the confirmed applicants for the UKIP leadership post finally appeared in an email yesterday evening, I briefly thought Steve Crowther and Piers Wauchope had accidentally inserted the names of a UKIP charity football team by mistake! In truth, it was a [...]

Looking back – looking forward: an analysis, Part 2

July 3, 2017 // 5 Comments

[We published Part One here] So, is there a vacancy to be filled in British politics?  Would a large enough number of voters want to be able to consider voting for a party that is: committed to Brexit; have realistic sensible economic policies that will encourage business; committed to reduce [...]

UKIP Local Elections – the Post-Mortem

May 6, 2017 // 60 Comments

The results are in. One seat gained, one held, the rest: lost. The MSM are gleefully reporting on the wipe-out of UKIP, aided and abetted by “UKIP’s Biggest Donor”, Arron Banks, who talks about a car-crash and that UKIP has ‘harmed the legacy of Nigel Farage’. Meanwhile, Suzanne Evans in [...]

Is UKIP Facing a Perfect Storm’?

March 18, 2017 // 25 Comments

23rd June 2016 will be a date long remembered in British history – the date that the British people clearly and unequivocally voted to break away from the shackles of the shambolic, undemocratic, corrupt power bloc that the EU had become, and re-establish their country as an independent and [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday 18th March 2017

March 18, 2017 // 10 Comments

Today’s first letter, picking up on the debates on UKIP Daily in the past days and weeks, is not just a must-read but also a definite appeal to action. It is by our contributor and reader ‘Stout Yeoman’: Sir, I am given to believe by sources close to the top that Banks rattled them (bigly [...]
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