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  • The Labour Party has been dragged to accept the inevitable that there will be an In/Out EU referendum in the next two years

    Posted on May 24

    1017739_753280291386243_8538108291027881607_n.jpgUKIP Leader Nigel Farage: "The Labour Party has been dragged, unwillingly, to accept the inevitable that there will be an In/Out EU referendum in the next two years. But Harman and Benn's position shows quite how little they have learned from their defeat and how much more they have to learn about the European Union debate in the UK.

    "They grudgingly accept that it is the will of the British people to have a say on their future, but they make it clear that they will campaign for an In, whatever the result of Mr Cameron's negotiations. So in reality this isn't a conversion to democracy and the facts of the European argument, merely an acceptance of the inevitable. Claims that the EU has kept the peace for 70 years, and that Britain would be in some way barred from trade with the EU nations rebels against all evidence. But they have closed their minds and hearts to evidence.

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  • The EU's 'Eastern Partnership' may look friendly enough, but it could be dangerous

    Posted on May 22

    Paul_Nuttall.jpegUKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall warns today that moves by the EU to forge a partnership with Eastern European states and former satellite states of Soviet Russia will be interpreted as a provocative move by Putin.

    “It’s a laudable aim to have good relations with our neighbours but we must not forget that Russia is also one of our neighbours and could be a good strategic partner.

    “We should not be taking actions deliberately to isolate them. We’ve been here before, with Ukraine. When the EU flirted with the country over further integration it resulted in civil war.

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  • It’s time to switch off the speed camera ‘cash machines’

    Posted on May 22

    Jill_Seymour.jpegUKIP Transport spokesman Jill Seymour has called for a major review of Britain’s speed camera network, on the 23rd anniversary of their launch. She said it was time to differentiate between cameras which were genuinely helping to save lives, and those which are nothing more than revenue-raising cash-machines.

    “I am all in favour of speed cameras, where there is clear evidence that they are in accident blackspots and are helping to make our roads safer, both for the motorist and the pedestrian,” she said.

    “But thousands of these cameras are just being cynically used to raise money from drivers, instead of saving lives.

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  • We can't control our borders while remaining in the EU

    Posted on May 22

    storyimagenigel.pngThe Prime Minister’s suggestions on how to tackle migration are predictable and a sham, writes Nigel Farage in the Daily Telegraph today.

    "It is perfectly clear that the only way for the UK to be able to control those who cross the drawbridge is to leave the EU. By introducing a fair points-based system we will be able to ensure both the quantity and quality of those we allow into the country. It isn’t hard, and it isn’t racist. It is merely the only serious and considered option that will work and over 75 per cent of the population want to see such controls."

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  • Net migration continues to rise under the Tories. Only UKIP can be trusted to control immigration

    Posted on May 21

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