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Posted on November 23
The snobbish insult towards patriotic working class people shown in Labour's Emily Thornberry notorious tweet from Rochester this week was not a one-off. It was characteristic of the general attitude towards ordinary people and especially their patriotism which is held right across the left-liberal establishment in Britain.
"Emily Thornberry's tweet was typical of a dislike both of ordinary people and their pride in Britain which is widespread and embedded across the liberal establishment," said Peter Whittle, UKIP's Culture Spokesman. "They have an instinctive distaste for patriotism, and British patriotism in particular.Continue reading...
Posted on November 21
Mark Reckless made British political history in the early hours of this morning by becoming the second MP elected to Westminster under a UKIP banner.
Accepting victory at just after 4am, Mark thanked the people of Rochester & Strood for showing their support for his decision to leave the Conservative Party for UKIP.Continue reading...
The true face of Labour: Why Emily Thornberry had to go after insulting Tweet showed her true coloursPosted on November 20
When Emily Thornberry was canvassing in Rochester today she came across a house with three England flags and a white van, and promptly tweeted, “I’ve Never Seen Anything Like it Before”.
Just hours later, the shadow attorney general who lives in a £3m London home resigned after being accused of holding working class voters in contempt.
Posted on November 20
Polls have now opened in Rochester and Strood. Make sure you don't miss this chance to be part of an historic by-election. Polls close at 10pm.
UKIP Education spokesman expresses backing for students who are protesting today in London over tuition feesPosted on November 19
UKIP Education Spokesman Paul Nuttall MEP said, "I was opposed to tuition fees from the start, I rightly thought they would saddle bright young people with a debt that many could never repay. I also correctly believed that they would hit students from poorer backgrounds the hardest.
"These students go off to university with no concept of the debt that they will rack up in the following three years and UKIP thinks it is wrong they should be saddled with such a millstone around their necks.
"To end this great social injustice UKIP would remove the young people who have shown ability from having to pay tuition fees if they take a degree course in the sciences, technology, maths or medicine.
"Grants would be mean tested where family income exceeds £80,000 and we would also scrap Tony Blair's ridiculous idea of sending 50% of 18-year-olds to university."Continue reading...