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By admin, posted on May 14, 2014

Nigel Farage today hinted he could join a coalition with Cast Iron Dave to secure an In/Out referendum in 2017. He told The Sun (£) he would “put the interests of the country above the interests of UKIP”. This is a surprising twist in Farage’s strategy, which until now has been to eject David Cameron as Prime… Read more

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By admin, posted on May 9, 2014

Today the Prime Minister warned curious potential UKIP voters that Nigel Farage is a threat to our economy as “a trading nation” because he wants “to give up” on the EU.

By admin, posted on May 7, 2014

It’s official: the UK does not benefit from its membership of the EU, a study by Civitas has discovered this week. The report by Michael Burrage, has proved that the proportion of UK exports to EU members has actually declined since joining Europe in 1973.

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By admin, posted on May 2, 2014

The 150,000 immigrants from Eastern Europe earning minimum wage in the UK are contributing a mere £1.09 a week in tax after their benefits are taken into account, a report by Migration Watch has found.

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By admin, posted on May 1, 2014

Yet again the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has defied the will of the British people by throwing out the UK’s challenge to the proposed Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) and calling into question the survival of the City of London. Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London attacked this latest EU tax as “barmy”. 

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By admin, posted on April 22, 2014

UKIP’s latest posters for their European election campaign brewed a storm of condemnation in social media and the press over the last couple of days. One poster said: “26 million people in Europe are looking for work. And whose job are they after?” Labour MP Mike Grapes waded in calling the posters ‘racist’while Nigel Farage defended… Read more

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By admin, posted on April 17, 2014

If it isn’t bad enough that British taxpayers have to fund useless and wasteful bureaucratic projects set up by the EU, they now have to fund despicable far-right parties! This may come as a shock to many and so it should.

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By admin, posted on April 16, 2014

Brussels, in its latest Monty Python-esque stunt, wants ambulances to be available for stressed out MEPs. Outside the EU headquarters will be a full functional, £200,000 ambulance – which will be funded by, you guessed it, the taxpayers! Not only are Brits disconnected and remote from MEPs (a point which even Nick Clegg recently admitted)… Read more