• Ernie Warrender appointed Small Business Spokesman

    ErnieWarrenderRole.jpgErnie Warrender said, "I am absolutely delighted at being appointed UKIP Spokesman for Small Business, the Engine Room of The British Economy.

    "Whilst firmly believing that small business is beautiful, my ambitions for this sector are large. I am passionately concerned about building the UK into a Global powerhouse, creating 1000s of jobs for youngsters, ensuring there are equal opportunities for women and making sure the UK becomes an 'Economic Powerhouse of the world' in the 21st Century. This will be achieved, in no small part, by SME companies and as the only national political spokesman for Small Business, representing a committed Brexit voice of the future, not a committed Remain voice of the past, I will ensure this voice is heard on behalf of all UK Small Businesses."

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  • Patrick O'Flynn appointed Media and Sport Spokesman

    PatrickOflynnRole.jpgPatrick O'Flynn MEP said: "I am delighted to take on these additional responsibilities. Having worked at a senior level in the media for many years, I know the importance of a free and vibrant press that is unafraid to challenge those in authority and a broadcasting sector that upholds its remit of providing high quality and politically balanced programming. I am also passionate about sport and its potential to improve young lives and draw communities together. "

    UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall said, "As a former, highly successful media professional, Patrick is committed to ensuring both freedom of the press, but also a media that upholds their responsibilities of fairness and quality.

    "As a sports fan, apart from not supporting Liverpool, he knows what he’s talking about and appreciates the life skills that sport can give young people."

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  • UKIP Deputy Leader Peter Whittle AM reappointed Culture Spokesman

    PeterWhittleRole.jpgUKIP Deputy Leader Peter Whittle AM said, "I am delighted to be carrying on with my role as Culture Spokesman. Some of the biggest issues of our time are cultural ones and UKIP is the only party which realises this fully.

    "Upholding the supremacy of British Law, and the need to maintain our precious freedom of speech are just two of the issues I will continue to highlight and fight for.

    "But also, I believe that the national self-denigration which has become embedded and which has chipped away at our confidence for decades, must be challenged and reversed.

    "We are the only party with the courage and commitment to do this."

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  • Stuart Agnew reappointed Agriculture Spokesman

    StuartAgnewRole.jpgStuart Agnew MEP said, "I have been hoping that I would retain this portfolio under our new leader Paul Nuttall, and I am delighted that this has happened. The role affords me the opportunity to indirectly influence Agriculture policy post Brexit, even if it does mean seeing my ideas poached and marketed under a different colour. It is not just farmers who are irritated by magpies!

    "Support, trade, regulation and access to labour are the four big topics to which British farmers require answers. With a lifetime of experience in mixed farming enterprises I understand what they need, and will do all I can to ensure that they are treated fairly."

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  • Official figures prove you can't trust Tories on immigration

    thumbnail_paul_trust.jpgUKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP said, "These figures just go to show that you can't trust the Tories to bring down immigration.

    "This is an abject failure not just by the Government in general but by the Prime Minister in particular.

    "After six and a half years of Tory rule, we still have net migration running at more than 300,000. Another city the size of Hull added to our population. More pressure on housing, schools and the NHS.

    "The PM is called Theresa May. Sometimes I wonder if she has a secret twin called Theresa May Not. Because she never seems to deliver - on immigration, on Brexit or on anything".

    UKIP Immigration Spokesman John Bickley said, "Despite years of promises to get immigration down to 'tens of thousands' the Tories' record under Theresa May as Prime Minister, and previously as Home Secretary, has been a history of failure.

    "Everything that UKIP have said is coming true, particularly in reference to the number of those coming from Bulgaria and Romania.

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  • William Dartmouth reappointed as International Trade Spokesman

    DartmouthRole.jpgWilliam Dartmouth MEP said,  "I am delighted to be asked to continue my role as spokesman on International Trade. Trade  is a vital part of our Brexit negotiations and I  will keep on making the case that Britain will thrive in a global economy."

    UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall said, “Trade deals with countries around the world will be the lifeblood of an independent UK. William's deep international experience and in-depth knowledge of the role as International Trade Spokesman will be invaluable going forward.”

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  • Mark Reckless AM reappointed as UKIP’s Economics Spokesman

    MarkRecklessRole.jpgMark Reckless AM said, "I am delighted that Paul Nuttall has decided to keep me in the role of Economic spokesman. A nation's economy underpins everything else it does.

    "Brexit gives the country huge opportunities both at home and abroad, but it needs to operate on safe foundations.  In this role I can hold the Government to account and promote sensible, growth orientated policies fit for a free Britain".

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  • UKIP MEP Jill Seymour reappointed as Transport Spokesman

    JillSeymourRole.jpgJill Seymour said: “I would like to thank the new UKIP leader Paul Nuttall for renewing my Transport brief. I will continue to work tirelessly on raising media and political awareness of projects which our taxpayers either don’t need, or can’t afford.

    “HS2 is right at the top of my list, it doesn’t have a solid business case, and is costing tens of billions of pounds that we don’t have.

    “I will continue to lead UKIP’s fight against this vanity project – it will benefit a tiny minority, but will be paid for by the majority. It’s not too late to come to our senses, and scrap it.”

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  • James Carver appointed as UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman

    JimCarverRole.jpgJames Carver MEP said, "I'm honoured by the appointment to the extended role of UKIP's Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs spokesman, and am very conscious of the fact that our Foreign Affairs portfolio has been previously held by the party leader.

    "My priorities will be emphasising the importance - post Brexit - of Britain's re-emergence onto the world stage, as a genuinely independent actor, as demonstrated through our role as a permanent member of the UN Security Council.

    "I will also be a champion for a more just and equitable foreign policy across the globe, and re-establishing our links with our Commonwealth cousins."

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  • Roger Helmer reappointed as UKIP’s Energy Spokesman

    RogerHelmerRole.jpgRoger Helmer MEP said, “I am very happy to have confidence of UKIP's new Leader. UKIP will continue to campaign for secure and affordable energy to promote industrial competitiveness and to minimise the problems of domestic fuel poverty

    “Brexit will give us the opportunity to revisit current perverse energy taxation policies. I'm looking forward to working with Paul and the new team to ensure that UKIP and its supporters’ voices are heard in the vital debate over energy in the UK.”

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