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  • Chancellor plans Brexit betrayal

    Posted on July 21

    Chancellor Philip Hammond’s plans for ‘transitional arrangements’ – including extending our open borders for several years – will lead to a betrayal of the Brexit decision, says UKIP interim leader Steve Crowther.

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  • End the scourge of hospital car parking charges.

    Posted on July 18

    75 members of staff, including nurses at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, lost a court battle against Indigo Park Services, which manages car parks on the site and face fines and fees running into tens of thousands of pounds which could result in bankruptcy and in some cases them losing their homes.

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  • Blair is taking people for fools

    Posted on July 15

    Steve Crowther, the UKIP interim leader has responded to the claims of disgraced former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, who claims that the EU will reform, that jobs are being lost and that the UK is changing its mind over Brexit as "taking people for fools".

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  • Flagship UKIP Council leads on tackling rogue landlords

    Posted on July 14

    Chris Wells, who leads UKIP's flagship District Council, addressed a conference in London today about their successes in tackling rogue landlords. He stated:

    "Thanet is an area of surprising contrasts, where edgy creative communities rub shoulders with the worlds largest offshore wind farm and some of the most deprived communities in the country, right here in south east England. There are massive opportunities for investors: we have the fastest growing house prices outside London; the best value in Kent at an average of £231k; and the fastest growing tourism industry in the U.K."

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  • UKIP says no need for positive ethnic discrimination in teaching

    Posted on July 14

    David Kurten AM, the UKIP education spokesman and himself a fomer BME teacher of 20 years experience, responded to calls for positive discrimination in the hiring of teachers

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