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  • The democratic process must continue

    Posted on May 24

    UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall, "We are all horrified by the horrific events that took place in Manchester. Following those events it is right and proper that political parties suspended their campaigns for a short period as a mark of respect to those who lost their lives or suffered appalling injuries. 

    "But we cannot be cowed or allow our way of life to be undermined by those who wish to do us harm. These people hate the way we live, hate our freedom and hate our democracy.

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  • Our democratic process must continue, it's the best response to those who rely on terror

    Posted on May 24

    UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall said, "We are all horrified by the horrific events that took place in Manchester. Following those events it is right and proper that political parties suspended their campaigns for a short period as a mark of respect to those who lost their lives or suffered appalling injuries. 

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  • Our General Election campaign is now suspended for the day

    Posted on May 23

    UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall issued the following statement this morning:

    The barbarity of what took place in Manchester last night, a deliberate attack on our children leaves us feeling sick and outraged. 

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  • Statement from Paul Nuttall

    Posted on May 23

    UKIP Leader and North West MEP Paul Nuttall said: "Just woken to the terrible news in the heart of my constituency, Manchester. My prayers and thoughts are with those affected. Stay strong.

    "In light of what's happened I have suspended the UKIP General Election campaign."

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  • Tory U-turn not good enough - older votes must keep up the pressure, says O'Flynn

    Posted on May 22

    PatrickOflynn.pngUKIP economic spokesman Patrick O'Flynn branded today's Conservative U-turn on a death tax for social care as "wholly inadequate and raising more questions than it answers".

    The Conservatives have announced they will cap the amount that can be taken from the estates of people who needed social care when they were alive, but have not said what the cap will be.

    Mr O'Flynn, who this morning predicted the Tory policy would unravel and called for it to be dumped, said: "The Conservatives are in full meltdown on this issue. But just telling people they will consult on a cap on social care bills is not good enough.

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