Another government announcement on changes to migrant benefits has been rubbished as "a gimmick" by UKIP's Head of Policy Unit Tim Aker.
Contrary to popular belief that UKIP is a controversial political party the latest poll by ComRes for the Independent on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror shows that most people regard UKIP positively. In fact the party came out on top of a poll asking which party is viewed the most favourably. The party even topped the list of the party the least likely to be viewed negatively.
UKIP Hampshire leader Cllr Ray Finch has today spoken out against the claims by the European Chief Executive of Ford that they would 'review operations' in the UK should the relationship with the EU change.
Cllr Finch who campaigned for years against the closure of the Ford plant in Swaythling accused Steve Odell of "breathtaking hypocrisy" since hundreds of jobs have already been lost whilst we were still members of the EU and using European loans to outsource them.
Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP, has called George Osborne's claim, made in a speech to the Fresh Start Conference, that Britain can lead substantial reform in the EU "utter bunkum".
At the same time in a powerful speech to the European Parliament, the UKIP leader also warned that the EU is now run by big business, big banks and big bureaucrats with an anti-democratic thirst for power.
Ed Miliband’s claim that the Labour Party can help the middle class has been derided as “laughable” by Nigel Farage
“Labour’s claim to look after the interests of the middle class is laughable from Ed Miliband. Under the government that he was a part of, taxes went up and those with ambition and the desire to better themselves were constantly looked down upon.
UKIP’s Head of Policy Tim Aker again has called for GP surgeries to open at least one evening a week, where there is demand.
The policy, first rolled out at the party’s annual conference by Professor Angus Dalgleish, a leading UK Oncologist, would relieve pressure on A&E services around the country.