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  • UKIP congratulates AfD on entry to Bundestag

    The interim leader of UKIP, Steve Crowther, has congratulated the Alternative fur Deutschland (AfD) on achieving its electoral breakthrough and entering the German Parliament with 13.5% of the vote.

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  • The fight resumes: Mrs May has betrayed the Referendum decision

    "After fifteen months of doing nothing she has revealed her desired outcome", Gerard Batten, the UKIP Brexit spokesman has condemned the Prime Minister's Florence speech, but issued a call to arms for all those who voted for the UK to regain it's independence.

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  • May pleads for EU to play nice. Is that it? say UKIP

    UKIP interim leader Steve Crowther said: "It was hard to see what in Mrs May’s speech would conceivably move the EU’s position. Ernest entreaty and good faith is not a negotiating position, especially with the EU, when they are bent on an inflexible stance and a disadvantageous outcome to teach everyone a lesson.

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  • UKIP Applaud TFL Decision on Uber

    Transport for London (TfL) have after much pressure from UKIP's London Assembly Members, decided not to renew Uber's licence to operate in London. Much concern has been raised about Uber's work practices including employing their drivers at very low rates with little rights and how they report serious criminal offences. Uber's desire to protect their brand above their concern for passengers has forced TfL's hand.

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  • Labour Minister, Carl Sargeant claims the British Empire is responsible for modern-day slave labour

    Welsh Assembly News: Labour’s Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children, Carl Sargeant claims there is no problem in the UK with Mass, Uncontrolled Immigration and the British Empire is responsible for Slave Labour.

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  • Wünderfull stuff, Müller announce £100 million investment in Britain

    German dairy giant Müller has announced a major new investment in Britain, a "huge vote of confidence in the UK, its consumers and its dairy sector" says Stuart Agnew the UKIP Agriculture spokesman.

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  • UK must opt for global competitiveness over EU trade convenience, says UKIP

    The UK must set its sights on maximising its global access, reach and competitiveness rather than being obsessed with maintaining frictionless trade with the EU states, said UKIP today.

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  • The UK should refuse to discuss a security deal until the ransom demand is dropped

    It is axiomatic that the EU will agree a comprehensive partnership with the UK on security and serious crime, because the UK’s security assets are far better than those of the EU states, said UKIP. The UK will continue to work closely with its partners inside and outside the EU to defeat terrorism and cross-border crime.

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  • Brexit’s best-kept secret: UK is the world’s 8th largest manufacturer, and growing

    The fact that the UK is one of the world’s top 10 manufacturers, rising from No 9 to No 8 in latest figures, is the best-kept secret of the Brexit debate, according to UKIP – and completely vindicates the British people’s refusal to be cowed by ‘Project Fear’.

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  • UKIP response to Parson's Green terror attack

    UKIP home affairs spokeswoman Jane Collins MEP has said, "the time has come to ramp up our responses to dealing with extremism of all kinds."

    "We need more investment in our counter terrorism services just like we need more bobbies on the beat.  We need root and branch reform of statutory institutions where extremism is taking hold and the police need to concentrate on real threats not on people having twitter arguments.

    "One way we can deal with  extremists is by ridding this country of hate preachers and the kinds of institutions where extremist beliefs are taught.  This is where the government is so wrong to committ to remaining in the ECHR and under the jurisdiction of Europe.  We must have the power to kick out hate preachers just as we must have the power to deal with homegrown terrorists."

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