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We Can’t Control Our Borders While Remaining In The Eu

22 May 2015   The Prime Minister’s suggestions on how to tackle migration are predictable and a sham, writes Nigel Farage. David Cameron had a couple of important things to do when he delivered his recent speech on immigration. Both of them played out against the backdrop of the Office for National Statistics’ release which made it clear that his attempts to keep immigration under control had not m .....continue reading

Tories Run Up The White Flag Over Europe

20 May 2015   The Foreign Secretary has thrown away any chance of reform in Europe by announcing that he will campaign to stay in Europe before he has started to lead Cameron’s much vaunted ‘renegotiations’. Nigel Farage, the UKIP leader said, “If the UK wishes to succeed in its negotiations with the EU it needs to walk into the discussions waving the big stick of withdrawal. Philip Ham .....continue reading

Leaving EU Could Be Massive Boost For British Jobs, Says Former Cbi Boss Lord Digby Jones

20 May 2015   ONE of Britain’s most celebrated businessmen today called for an early referendum on the country’s membership of the EU, saying an exit could boost competiveness in global markets. Digby Jones, a former trade minister under Gordon Brown, and now Lord Jones of Birmingham, said the UK was being dictated to by an “unelected ruling elite” who were “destroying” Brit .....continue reading

Once Again, The EU Is Driving Business Out Of Europe

19 May 2015   Today, Steven Woolfe MEP speaks at  European Parliament at Strasbourg. Speaking to the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, Steven is the spokesperson for Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group, on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on indices used as benchmarks in financial instruments and financial co .....continue reading

Patrick O’flynn Stands Down As Economics Spokesman

19 May 2015   “I would like to express to colleagues my sincere regret at going public with my frustrations about the turn of events following polling day. And more than that, I would like to apologise directly to Nigel for the phrase ‘snarling, thin-skinned and aggressive’. This was a fragment of a wider passage about perceptions and is not what I think of him. Nonetheless, I should have know .....continue reading

UKIP Kent County Council Team Advises For Business Rate Relief For Our Kent Libraries

19 May 2015   Libraries ConsultationKent County CouncilSessions HouseMaidstone 07 April 2015 Dear Sir, The Kent UKIP Group support, retaining library services in-house to retain the skills base and staff experience. Whilst accepting the service has to modernise to attract customers, we feel KCC should petition the government for meaningful business rate relief on its library buildings. A new business rate .....continue reading

Irish Business And Employers Confederation Boss Warns Of Irexit From EU After Brexit

19 May 2015   Danny McCoy, who has led the Irish Business and Employers Confederation (IBEC) since 2009, told Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung in an interview that Ireland’s departure from the EU could not be ruled out in a “Brexit” situation. “If Britain should decide on an exit, there will definitely be a debate in Ireland on whether we should not do the same,&rdquo .....continue reading

Quit The EU For The Good Of Business, Say The Chiefs Of Leading UK Manufacturer

18 May 2015   Britain should QUIT the EU for the good of business, say the chiefs of leading UK manufacturer JCB,  one of the country's most successful manufacturers. The Chairman of JCB, Lord Bamford has said the UK should not fear an exit from the European Union. He told the BBC he was in favour of Britain opting out of the EU – a move that could in fact give the UK a stronger bargaining power. .....continue reading

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