• Government must get a grip as migration still spirals out of control

    Responding to today’s migration statistics UKIP Immigration Spokesman John Bickley said, “Almost 600 thousand migrants arrived in the UK last year according to figures released by the ONS this morning. After emigration is subtracted - including 228,000 UK citizens that is a city the size of Hull arriving to stay permanently.

    “Today’s migration figures show yet again that the Tories’ promise of reducing immigration to the tens of thousands is a hollow promise: are they misleading the British people or incompetent, most likely both.

    “Earlier this week the Brexit minister David Davis let the cat out of the bag by indicating that uncontrolled immigration from the EU may never be brought under control. What happened to Vote Leave to 'take back control'.

    “The Conservatives have no intention of controlling immigration: non-EU immigration is something that the Government have total control of and yet they have totally failed in bringing the numbers down in any meaningful way. They simply cannot be trusted to control immigration and our borders.

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  • What promise will the Tories keep on Immigration

    John Bickley, the UKIP Immigration Spokesman has slammed David Davis, the Brexit Minister for giving up before he has started on mass EU immigration.

    Bickley said, "David Davis has let the cat out of the bag by indicating that uncontrolled immigration from the EU will continue after Brexit. That's not what 17.4 million people voted for in last June's EU Referendum. Davis states that it will takes years to replace EU workers with British ones, despite the fact that UK unemployment is still around 1.5 million.

    "Frankly, the Tories can't be trusted to control our borders or immigration. They have singularly failed to reduce immigration to the 'tens of thousands' as set out by Prime Ministers Cameron & May. Are the Tories misleading the British people or are they incompetent? The immigration figures since 2010 suggest both

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  • Bill Etheridge slams do-gooders for “funding terrorism”

    bill5.jpgUKIP Defence spokesman Bill Etheridge has slammed the soft UK Government and “do-gooder” lawyers for funding terrorism.

    His comments come as news emerged that the Mosul suicide bomber was a former detainee of Guantanamo Bay. Islamic State group said two days ago that Abu-Zakariya al-Britani detonated a car bomb at an Iraqi army base in Tal Gaysum, south-west of Mosul.

    Al-Britani is believed to be Ronald Fiddler, 50 from Manchester, who was sent to Guantanamo Bay in 2002. He was released after two years of internment and the Daily Mail reported he was awarded a million pounds in compensation.

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  • Paul Nuttall announces a New Path for Britain: our direction of travel in key areas

    The Brexit referendum victory has put Britain on a new trajectory – an exciting new path that will allow our country much more freedom to tackle its problems and to seek out new opportunities in the wider world. We are a great country, but one with many problems and frustrations

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  • Crackdown on domestic abuse is welcome but let's educate too

    2015_Margot_Preferred_picture.jpgMargot Parker, UKIP's Women's and Equalities spokesman has backed plans to create tougher laws to deal with domestic abuse.

    But the East Midlands MEP has said education is also vital in tackling the problem. The Government has revealed proposals to oversee the creation of new laws to deal with domestic abuse in England and Wales. A new Act would tackle inconsistencies across the country, although it is unclear what shape the new Domestic Violence and Abuse Act might take.

    Margot said: "Domestic abuse is an abhorrent crime – too many women and indeed men, are living in fear of their partners and are living in fear in their own homes. More has to be done. Tougher legislation yes! But we also need to tackle the problem by educating people about abuse and the damage it does.

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  • Lords must not become Peter Mandelson's Poodle

    Paul.jpgUKIP Leader Paul Nuttall has warned that Britain will be dragged into its most serious constitutional crisis for over a century if the House of Lords tinkers with Brexit.

    He said: "What we have here is the least democratic forum in British politics potentially interfering with the most democratic one - the result of a referendum.

    "The British people have made their choice. For the Lords - which is stuffed with pro-EU timeservers and from which UKIP has been systematically excluded - to mess around with it would be both outrageous and dangerous.

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  • Labour have taken the people of Stoke for granted

    Responding to Jeremy Corbyn's comments in Stoke-on-Trent today, a UKIP Spokesman for the campaign in Stoke Central said: "Labour have taken the people of Stoke for granted. Labour's mass immigration policies have put untold pressure on housing, parents struggle to get the right school place for their children and A&E waiting times are too long.

    "All Labour do is trash our country, sneer at our flag and Jeremy Corbyn refuses to sing the national anthem. They would rather give back the Falklands than build one more Council house; they would prosecute British servicemen rather than condemn the IRA and keep Britain in the EU while ignoring the wishes of the people of Stoke."

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  • Paul Nuttall in emotional scenes as UKIP members show support

  • UKIP mission is to tackle intolerance, says Party Chairman Paul Oakden

  • Nigel Farage at Bolton conference