A move by MEPs to create a new military hub for the European Union is completely unacceptable to UKIP.
Reports that Britain's current border security system is at risk of collapse is unsurprising. The sheer numbers of those coming into the country make it impossible for Britain to properly track and keep record of who is coming in and leaving the country.
Twenty years ago today a bold decision was taken.
Increasingly frustrated by the UK’s loss of sovereignty to Brussels, a new party was established on the fringes of British politics, who would fight for the next two decades for UK withdrawal from the EU.
Turn the clock forward twenty years and that party is still alive, today known as UKIP.
Increasing pressure on Britain's schools fueled by a migrant baby boom once again demonstrates the damaging and debilitating result of mass uncontrolled immigration.
It is UKIP's view that controlled migration into the UK which is managed properly is a positive thing.
However the Labour policy of mass open door EU migration which has sadly been continued by the present Coalition government has seen dire consequences for communities up and down the country.
UKIP has been a staunch opponent to intervention in Syria since the fighting started. With the UK Parliament voting against military action against Assad’s regime, it has left many people questioning what our international military role should be.
Here we discuss the problems that face the UK; how much money we should spend on our armed forces, when we think we should act and when we should not.