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  • UKIP Leader Nigel Farage announces £3bn costed funding for frontline NHS Services

    Posted on January 26

    On today's Andrew Marr show, UKIP Leader Nigel Farage announced that UKIP will provide an extra £3 billion per year in NHS funding. The money will be directed squarely at frontline services. Watch Nigel Farage discuss the announcement below:

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  • UKIP pledge an extra £3 billion for the NHS

    Posted on January 26

    B8N6xnQIEAE29Qp.jpgUKIP Leader Nigel Farage has announced a pledge that we will provide an extra £3 billion per year in NHS funding. The money will be directed squarely at frontline services.

    We will also cut £2bn wasted on health tourism by ensuring migrants and tourists have health insurance as a condition of entry.

    The current NHS deficit is estimated to be £2bn.

    UKIP are the only party promising to make real savings by cutting middle management and abuse of the NHS while also pledging a bigger cash injection to clinical care than any other party.

    This indicates an increase in cash redirected on critical and frontline care of a total £5bn at least.

    Nigel Farage said, "UKIP is the only party to be able to make this pledge, as the money will come, not from cuts outside the NHS budget but as part of the Post-EU dividend. We have carefully costed our proposals and will be targeting the savings at ensuring that the NHS remains a world standard for health.

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  • Patrick O'Flynn responds to Cameron on tax cuts

    Posted on January 26

    patch.jpgUKIP economic spokesman Patrick O'Flynn today criticised David Cameron for his claim to be an instinctive tax-cutter.

    Mr O'Flynn said: "No wonder so many voters are so cynical about the political class in general and the man at its apex in particular.

    "The fact is that David Cameron based his political ascent on arguing that the Tories should support the excessive tax-and-spend approach of Gordon Brown that did so much damage to our economy, pushed us into such debt and damaged incentives for hard work and wealth creation.

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  • Right to Buy entitlements should not apply to foreign nationals: Neither sensible nor fair

    Posted on January 26

    Andrew_Charalambous__Web_Profile_Pic_.jpgUKIP Housing spokesman Andrew Charalambous has announced that UKIP will include in its manifesto a pledge that foreign nationals will be banned from buying their council houses under The Government's relaunch of the Right to Buy scheme. An exception would be made for those who have served in the British armed forces.

    Andrew Charalambous, UKIP's Housing spokesman, said: "Britain's social housing stock is massively oversubscribed. It is neither sensible nor fair on British families on waiting lists for Right to Buy entitlements to apply to foreign nationals occupying council or housing association homes.

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  • Open Letter from UKIP Treasurer Andrew Reid to Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP

    Posted on January 26

    Following recent comments made by Harriet Harman MP about UKIP, our Treasurer Andrew Reid wrote an open letter to her inviting her to an event on the 4th February celebrating the 35th anniversary of the firm RMPI LLP.

    RMPI LLP is a limited liability partnership of solicitors, a partnership between Andrew Reid, the UKIP Treasurer, and Christine Minty who were its founding members. 

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