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  • Bullfighting shown the red card

    Bull fighting cash from taxpayers’ money may be about to end - after North-East Euro-MP Jonathan Arnott successfully got an EU budget amendment passed. Over the last three years animal lover Mr Arnott has been a consistent campaigner against British taxpayers' money going to support bullfighting in other European countries.

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  • Bolton adds David Kurten to his top team

    Henry Bolton has re-appointed London Assembly member, David Kurten AM to his Shadow Cabinet brief as Spokesman for Education and Apprenticeships.

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  • Overstretched UK Border Force to be used to enforce EU Habitats Directive in UK fisheries

    UKIP fisheries spokesman, Mike Hookem MEP, has slammed a decision to use the “scant resources” of Border Force to police EU environmental law on a Kent sandbank, saying, “the priority of Border Force on the South-East Coast should be protecting Britain from illegal migration and criminal activity; not persecuting fishermen for potential breaches of EU environmental law.”

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  • UK's Slavery Shame Fuelled By Uncontrolled Immigration

    Police forces are failing to tackle modern slavery and human trafficking because the cases are too difficult and senior officers believe the public lack sympathy for the victims, a highly critical report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services has found.

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  • 'Amber' Rudd 'Green Lights' Uncontrolled Immigration

    Today Amber Rudd confirmed what UKIP have been saying since the EU referendum a year last June, which is that the Tory government have no intention of honouring their 'tens of thousands' net immigration pledge. 
     
    With net immigration running at 250,000 a year (significantly higher under the Tories than Labour) the Home Office, since 2010 run by Theresa May and now Amber Rudd is kowtowing to big business, to keep the borders open after we leave the EU and allow in high levels of low skilled workers to keep down wages and deprive British workers of job opportunities and higher wages.

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  • One step closer to putting the ‘national’ back into the National Health Service

    In an attempt to combat health tourism, providers of NHS treatment will now be required to make sure that patients in England are eligible for the free care they receive. Patients who are ineligible for free NHS care will now be expected to pay upfront.

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  • British citizens fighting with ISIS are traitors

    Henry Bolton, the UKIP leader, has demanded that returning ISIS fighters are to be treated as traitors after security sources reported that between 400 and 800 men and women of British nationality have travelled to Syria and Iraq and may return.

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  • UKIP Sports Spokesman lays into safe standing delays

    Newly appointed UKIP Sport Spokesman, Bill Etheridge has blasted the government and footballing authorities for delays in the process of allowing safe standing back in to top level football grounds.

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  • Can we just apply common sense to the Transgender issue

    News that the PM is at cross purposes with the Foreign Office over the term "pregnant people" in a submission to the UNHCR just shows the knots why tie ourselves in when we try and apply the latest PC nostrums.

     

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  • The UK is not married to the EU, and therefore there is no ‘divorce bill’

    Following the conclusions of this week's Council meeting in Brussels, Gerard Batten MEP, the UKIP Brexit spokesman said,

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