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A Referendum Stitch-Up? The Road To United States Of Europe

14 May 2015   As we have just seen, it is already clear that this imposition of uniformity has no logical stopping point.You harmonise everything connected with cross-border commerce - which in an increasingly homogenised world means almost everything. In this way, the next logical step was, of course, a Single Currency. Jacques Delors - secretly backed by that most Mandarin part of Britain’s Whitehall .....continue reading

A Referendum Stitch-Up? What Is A Single Market?

14 May 2015   There is a joke amongst economists that a real free trade agreement can be illustrated by holding up a blank piece of paper. That is because if trade is genuinely free, there are no regulations to follow or tariffs to pay but business people and traders can get on without hindrance or interference in doing business and creating wealth. Thus, in principle, to create a single market or free trade a .....continue reading

A Referendum Stitch-Up? 1975 And All That…

14 May 2015   Nobody under 50 will remember the convolutions surrounding British entry to the European Union. Even fewer will know the true story of what was going on behind the scenes. The UK first applied in 1961 but two vetoes by France’s former wartime leader and later President, Charles de Gaulle, kept us out for over a decade. Entry was finally pushed through, without a referendum, in 1972 by Edwa .....continue reading

Stop Talking Benefit Caps And Lets Start Talking - Independence & Freedom!

12 May 2015   Wikipedia defines “Independence is a condition of a nation, country, or state in which its residents and population, or some portion thereof, exercise self-government, and usually sovereignty, over the territory. Independence does not necessarily mean freedom.” But Freedom should mean Independence for the United Kingdom. We are a developed country and the world’s 5th largest ec .....continue reading

Statement From Steve Crowther, Chairman Of UKIP

11 May 2015   "As promised Nigel Farage tendered his official resignation as leader of UKIP to the NEC. This offer was unanimously rejected by the NEC members who produced overwhelmingly evidence that the UKIP membership did not want Nigel to go. "The NEC also concluded that UKIP's general election campaign had been a great success. We have fought a positive campaign with a very good manifesto and despite rele .....continue reading

So What Has A Conservative Government Pledged To Deliver...

11 May 2015   Referendum on Europe High on the list, Cameron said: “We will draft a European referendum bill, start the process of renegotiating in Europe on changes to welfare that will reduce immigration, and take the first steps to introduce a seven-day NHS”. Cameron has promised that the referendum on Britain’s membership will take place by 2017 with the vote taking place after an attemp .....continue reading

From Great Gains, Emerge Great Things!

08 May 2015   We build from today, towards 2020. Thanks to you, the 12,526 Folkestone & Hythe voters and the nearly 4 million others who voted for UKIP in yesterday’s General Election, we quadraupled our vote from the 2010 election. UKIP in Folkestone & Hythe, Harriet Yeo increased the share of the vote count to 22.8% with a increase of 18.2% from 2010. With nearly 4 million vo .....continue reading

UKIP Is The Most Positive Party! Official!

07 May 2015   Academics at British Election Leaflet Project at the University of Nottingham have analysed leaflets from the parties in this campaign. They looked at 1,300 pieces of election literature from nearly 300 constituencies. All the leaflets were uploaded on Their findings are quite surprising. (Not to us, Ed!) It turns out that Ukip is the most positive party according to the pr .....continue reading

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