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Vivian is a UKIP patron, Vice Chair of UKIP Cardiff and Editor in Chief of UKIP Daily

2 Comments on Full speech: Nigel Farage steps down

  1. Thank you for the opportunity to hear Nigel`s final speech, which as always was a cracker.
    One point that I think he raised is of great relevance as a guide to the future of UKIP, in that he did not seek to be a politician and indeed, although he has had to engage in political matters, he and UKIP have obviously fought an anti-political cause.
    Oh how lucky UKIP have been, not to have been able to fill the British parliament with their members and inevitably become tarred with its inherent complicity of being a construct, apologist and tool of the EU.
    I believe we are at a critical juncture.
    The nation is at a new departure, backsliding to remain has to cease and the whole country has got to be committed heart and soul to making BRexit work.
    There is division in both the Conservative and Labour camps and I believe there is a political vacuum that must be filled.
    The new leader and the party must now become political. I saw Aaron Banks on the Andrew Marr show this morning and I see there are moves afoot I believe to mobilise the GO campaign initiative as a starting point. I also note Steven Woolfe as a suggestion for leader.I also note Paul Nuttall has ruled himself out – I agree with him, I see him as a highly effective street fighter.
    However, whoever – we do have to work on presenting a Political and social programme which reflects the needs and aspirations of ALL the people, not just the “Technocracy”, the elite, the banks, the multinationals and the Yanks.
    PS Do we have to accept that immigrants contribute to our economy or even if it is substantial or minimal and in what term, short or long? and particularly about the effect of building a town the size of Coventry or Leicester, I think we are being HAD.

  2. Simon Blanchard // July 10, 2016 at 2:13 am // Reply

    Something tells me Nigel will not be going far. The UK is not out of the EU yet and TPTB will be playing mischief with every single issue blaming it on Brexit until we leave/ if we leave the EU.
    “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning” Sir Winston Churchill, Speech in November 1942
    If Theresa May becomes the next PM, then she will keep us in the EU, through delaying tactics. Already the Remainiacs in the Tory party are plotting by putting Oliver Letwin in charge of the “Brexit team”. A fox in charge of the hen coop comes to mind.

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