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Posted on May 06
UKIP Wales were jubilant this morning after winning SEVEN regional seats in the Welsh Assembly.
Nathan Gill and Michelle Brown were elected in North Wales, Mark Reckless and David Rowlands won in South Wales East, Caroline Jones was successful in South Wales West, Gareth Bennett took a seat in South Wales Central and Neil Hamilton was returned in Mid & West Wales.Continue reading...
Posted on May 06
In a night of real election drama, UKIP missed out on becoming the largest party on Thurrock Council by just one vote.
The final result from the Little Thurrock Blackshots ward was finally awarded to the Conservatives after three recounts.Continue reading...
Posted on May 05
All the results from the elections across the UK will be posted as they become available. Check back regularly through the day for updates.Continue reading...
Posted on May 04
Responding to the European Commission move towards giving 75 million Turkish citizens visa-free travel to Europe
UKIP leader Nigel Farage said: "This is a huge error of judgement by the European Commission. Turkey moves a step closer to EU membership and the British electorate move a large step closer to Brexit.
"The chaos from the beaches of Greece has evidently moved to the corridors of Brussels. The EU has rolled over to the blackmail from President Erdogan.Continue reading...
Posted on May 03
Leaks detailing the hidden parts of the proposed controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the United States and the European Union prove quitting the EU is the only way to save the NHS in its current form, says UKIP health spokesman Louise Bours.
Hundreds of papers released online confirm fears that TTIP talks between Brussels and Washington will lead to the health service being privatised or dismantled.
The documents, obtained by Greenpeace Netherlands, include a US proposal to have a committee with representatives from Washington and Brussels to meet each year “to review state-owned enterprises and monopolies” which would include the NHS.Continue reading...