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  • Nathan Gill: 8 reasons for cutting foreign aid

    Posted on February 27

    ukip.jpgUKIP’s foreign aid policy is very simple, we will ensure that our aid is concentrated on life-saving programmes. Inoculation, Clean Water and Emergency Disaster Relief.

    The UK gives £11.4 billion a year in foreign aid. That’s a staggering £32 million each and every day.

    In short, foreign aid doesn't work for eight reasons

    1. It costs a fortune
    2. We can’t afford it
    3. Corruption eats up a large part of it
    4. It is often spent on senseless projects
    5. It fills the pockets of despots and human rights abusers
    6. It goes to terrorists and warmongers
    7. It goes to countries which don’t need it
    8. Foreign aid has become a fat cat industry

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  • Believing in Britain’s Smaller Businesses

    Posted on February 27

    Margot_11_(1).jpgUKIP’s Small Business Spokesman, Margot Parker said, “At the start of last year, there were an estimated 5.2 million small businesses in the UK, together employing over 12 million people and with a combined turnover of £1.2 trillion, according to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

    “These small businesses are the life-blood of Britain. They are a major contributor to turnover, employing 48% of the workforce and create 85% of all new jobs.

    “Well, if you’re one of these people, if you’re working all the hours you can to build a business you’ve started; if you are a wealth creator and a generator of jobs, then UKIP is the party for you. Why? Because UKIP is the only party that will liberate you from the shackles that bind you; the only party that can give you your freedom back again.

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  • Peter Whittle: “We’re making history”

    Posted on February 27

    Peter-Whittle-2.jpgUKIP Culture Spokesman Peter Whittle outlined our commitment to protecting British values and freedom. It is of a country of people who see themselves as British citizens, regardless of faith or ethnicity.

    He said, "It is we who are delivering a torpedo to a political establishment that is rotten to the core.

    “Well ladies and gentlemen, we in UKIP do stand up for our values and we do want people to integrate. We respect people’s different faiths and beliefs. There should be no doubt about this.

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  • UKIP the only alternative voice on Energy

    Posted on February 27

    On Friday February 13th, the three old parties colluded to reinforce their failing climate policies. UKIP have always said that the old parties don't offer a genuine choice to voters and this blatant collusion proves it. Now only UKIP offers a rational alternative for secure and affordable energy, for households and for British Industry.

    Their plans are based on the 2008 Climate Change Act, which is estimated to cost an eye-watering £18 Billion a year for forty years, an eye-watering £720 billion over the period. That's £28,000 over the period for every household in the country.

    Our UKIP Energy Spokesman Roger Helmer was unable to be in Margate, so he asked Paul Oakden, UKIP’s National Agent to deliver his policy statement on Energy.

    Paul Oakden said, "The Climate Change Act 2008 will cost every household in Britain £28,000 over forty years.

    “Firstly, renewables are intermittent, so they require intermittent fossil-fuel back up. But running the back-up intermittently is inefficient, and substantially off-sets the savings from renewables.

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  • Paul Nuttall: Preserving the Union

    Posted on February 27

    PaulNutall-new1.jpgUKIP advocates English Votes on English Laws in the House of Commons as a way of preserving the Union. We will highlight the weakness of William Hague’s proposals and the Labour Party’s point blank refusal to give a voice for England.

    The SNPs blatant opportunism and we call for non-English MPs to not only not vote on English only issues but remove themselves from the chamber. We make it clear that we will not allow the SNP tail to wag the English dog.

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