Category Archives: UKIP

UKIP and why I’ll be voting for them

Those of you who don’t live in the EU have probably escaped the fact that on May 22, a large proportion of us are going to vote for our representatives in the European Parliament – our MEPs. I have been asked on several occasions how I plan to vote, and why. I plan to vote […]

The Tories and the truth about Europe

I’ve been meaning to comment on this for a while, but I’ve somehow always had something a little more interesting to do. Nigel Farage has said that UKIP isn’t a Tory splinter group. And quite right he is, too: they aren’t. However Nigel isn’t the reason I feel like commenting. This little snippet from that […]

Here’s Nigel…

Meanwhile, in a cosy club somewhere in Westminster…

Vote 2013

Well, hustings are over, the buntings are down, the votes are in and the results are out. There were elections in 34 English councils, as well as a Parliamentary by-election in South Shields and a couple of mayoral elections yesterday. The results were quite interesting, especially considering some of the dirty tactics that both the […]

Vote UKIP

If you live in England, chances are that you may soon be voting in elections for County Councils. I urge everyone to vote for their UKIP candidate. You know it makes sense to vote for the party that speaks common sense.

Is David Cameron running scared of UKIP?

So, as David “Call Me Dave” Cameron cancels his long-awaited speech on Europe (he means the EU) which he was due to deliver whilst in the Netherlands tomorrow as he wants to stay here and keep on top of the latest developments unfolding in Algeria, he has said in an interview with House magazine that […]

The day’s events

Well. It’s been a day of interesting revelations, but these things are common when we get towards the end of a Parliamentary session – all the stuff comes out that MPs don’t want to answer questions on, like allowances and SPADs, and it’s with these two topics that I begin today… Firstly, some details have […]

The time will never be right for David Cameron to hold a referendum on the EU

Nigel Farage makes some excellent points in his most recent article over at the Telegraph – article reproduced here: I have had enough of being told that we will have an EU referendum “when the time is right”. The time has come for a real debate: I challenge the Prime Minister to debate with me […]

“Cast Iron” Dave and an EU referendum

David “Call Me Dave” Cameron has an article in the Torygraph outlining his stance on the EU, or Europe, as he insists on calling it. As you might imagine, not much has changed: Davey Boy is still pro-EU, he doesn’t believe that the majority of people in the country want to leave the EU, and […]

Taking out the opposition

I was quite alarmed to hear that, earlier on today, UKIP MEP and former leader Nigel Farage was injured in a plane crash. Officially the accident is being blamed on a trailing campaign banner which officials say became entangled; Farage is in hospital being treated for broken ribs and several other minor injuries: he is […]