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  • UKIP's stance on zero hour contracts

    Posted on April 01


    Our party has been raising concerns about zero hours contracts for a long time. A year ago Nigel Farage recommended a tough new crackdown on them.

    Today UKIP Economics Spokesman Patrick O'Flynn said: "The spread of zero hours contracts is yet another symptom of the over-supply of labour for working class jobs because of open door immigration from the EU. Big corporate employers have been able to bid down both pay and conditions because they know that workers can be found from the low wage economies of southern and eastern Europe who will accept inferior terms.

    "Unless the established parties end freedom of movement across the EU, which they won’t, they cannot help British workers to higher wages or better conditions of employment. Only UKIP can do that."

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  • Only UKIP can be trusted to reduce immigration

    Posted on March 31


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  • Honda’s £200m investment is a massive vote of confidence in Britain

    Posted on March 31

    6b62003be31b0424689108521314ffee.jpegFollowing the announcement that Honda is investing a further £200m in their plant in Swindon, Roger Helmer, the UKIP Industry spokesman said, "I'm delighted that Honda has shown this strong gesture of confidence in the UK motor industry, which goes from strength to strength.

    "The UK will continue to be a major hub for auto manufacture and exports, whether or not we remain in the European Union".

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  • Jill Seymour spells out UKIP's stance on HS2

    Posted on March 31

    CBasxTrUUAAdBhx.jpgUKIP Transport Spokesman Jill Seymour MEP spelling out UKIP's stance on HS2 at a public meeting in Stafford last night, with fellow UKIP front-bencher Louise Bours MEP

    Jill Seymour MEP said: "UKIP would scrap the HS2 scheme immediately because it is a flawed EU vanity project and a national disgrace."

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  • UKIP's Patrick O’Flynn has accused Cameron and Clegg of preparing for a “rigged referendum” on EU membership

    Posted on March 31

    PatrickOflynn.jpgUKIP economic spokesman Patrick O’Flynn has accused David Cameron and Nick Clegg of preparing for a “rigged referendum” on EU membership.

    Mr O’Flynn, who is also UKIP’s campaign director, spoke out after a report in the Financial Times said that Mr Clegg’s support for a referendum would depend on him helping to determine the question posed, the timing of the event and who would be allowed to vote.

    The Lib Dems are reportedly demanding that millions of EU migrants should participate, as well as pushing to include 16 and 17-year-olds who are statistically more likely to hold pro-EU views.

    Mr O’Flynn said: “We already know that David Cameron is quietly preparing the ground for another coalition with Mr Clegg. Now we are learning how they plan to get over the hurdle of an EU referendum that the Lib Dems are not overly keen on – they are preparing to rig it.

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