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  • EU subverting UK Education, as UKIP reveals EU funded University Professors

    Posted on July 27

    PaulNutall-new1.jpgUKIP has warned today of the threat of the EU 'subverting' British education as Universities UK comes out against the UK leaving the European Union.

    Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall, a former university lecturer, has also highlighted the role of Monnet Professors, academics selected and funded by the EU to promote EU integration. He argues that the payment of university teaching staff to promote EU ideals in European Universities amounts to the erosion of academic independence via a form of paid for propaganda.

    "To learn that one and a half thousand academics around the world are being paid by the EU to promote EU integration is deeply concerning and akin to the sort of deliberate indoctrination one would expect in Cold War Communism, not in the twenty first century western world.

     

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  • Britain must not dance to Obama's tune

    Posted on July 24

    1017739_753280291386243_8538108291027881607_n.jpgResponding to President Obama's claims that the UK should remain in the EU, UKIP Leader Nigel Farage said: "Does President Obama understand that the European Union is a political union and not a loose association of member states? I'm not sure.

    "The fact is that inside the EU, the UK's global standing is greatly diminished given that we are prohibited from negotiating our own trade deals. How can a country have a true global influence when it cannot agree to such deals on the world stage?

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  • Child taken from grandparents and handed to foster parents highlights 'fundamental and grave issues with social services'

    Posted on July 22

    10962187_10152998763366140_388491009_n.jpgThe shocking story of a three year old child in Essex, removed from her grandparents by social services and put into foster care, highlights serious issues not only with social services but family law, according to UKIP Deputy Chairman Suzanne Evans.

    The child went to live with her natural grandparents after her mother experienced mental health problems. However social services in Essex have blocked the grandparents from adopting their grandchild due to their age, stating that the grandmother, 58, and grandfather, 70 are too old. The girl has now been placed into foster care.

    Commenting on the situation, Suzanne Evans said "It's heartless, cruel, devastating for the child and her grandparents, and casts shame on a Government that claims to promote the family.

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  • Tickets are now available for our biggest annual conference yet

    Posted on July 21

    Tickets are now available for our biggest annual conference yet from the 24th - 26th of September at Doncaster Racecourse. Click here to find out more.

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    Tickets available here

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  • Record levels of immigration is the real threat to integration

    Posted on July 20

    PRW_2015_Photo_for_electoral_address.jpgWe in UKIP believe in a strong multi-ethnic society united by an attachment to Britain and British identity. We believe that the publicly-imposed doctrine of multiculturalism has worked completely against this. 

    Responding to the Prime Minister's speech on British identity and tackling Islamic extremism, UKIP's Culture Spokesman Peter Whittle said: "As Culture Spokesman I have spoken frequently of how multiculturalism has separated people, discouraged integration and led to an alarming fragmentation in our society. It has also led to a situation in which effectively no questioning of other cultures, religions or traditions has been allowed.

    "David Cameron should ponder this when he talks, as he has today, of challenging extremist attitudes and the fact that people are growing up in Britain with no sense of attachment to this country. As usual with this Prime minister, such words will doubtless remain just that - words. Indeed his last major response to the barbarism of IS was to concern himself with giving it another name - a reaction which displayed a profound weakness.

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