A message from your candidate for Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner

“Soft Brexit” means fake Brexit. Our vote to leave the EU is in danger of being ignored. It was the most important vote of our lives, and most Tory MP’s did not vote with the majority.

I am the candidate you can trust to make sure that government finally follows the simple instruction given by the British people in last year’s referendum. I have been voting to save Britain from the EU for twenty-five years.

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A message to the voters of Uxbridge & South Ruislip

National and local newspapers said last week that we would not be standing a candidate in Uxbridge & South Ruislip and would be backing Boris as a ‘Brexiteer’. That was never going to happen as not only does Boris have a chequered history on the subject, there are many areas where the Conservatives will do harm to our local community with their policies.

Here, our candidate Elizabeth Kemp explains why…..

My name is Elizabeth Kemp and I would like to offer you a choice in the Uxbridge & South Ruislip constituency.

The Conservative government have made swingeing changes to many areas of the benefits system but at what price?

Are these modifications efficient or cost effective?

Have they shown how these changes have made things better?

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Desperate Labour playing the ‘English’ card in Stoke

Last weekend saw a massive mobilization of UKIP supporters for the Stoke Central by-election, with over 200 members turning up on Saturday and another 70 on Sunday to support our party leader and candidate, Paul Nuttall.

I spent two days on the doorsteps with Freddy, Jim and Patricia as a four man canvassing team, talking with local residents and receiving a tremendous reception – I was even greeted with a big sloppy kiss on one occasion, albeit from a very friendly fox terrier!

The Labour campaign team had been around one street before us and what I found left me absolutely incredulous.

Playing the ‘English Card’

Left in the road was a Labour leaflet carrying the image of their candidate, Gareth Snell.

To my immense surprise, the Cross of St George was prominent at the top of the leaflet – did anybody run this past Lady Nugee, Emily Thornberry MP, who openly sneered at the sight of an English flag during a previous election campaign in Essex?

Indeed, I find the whole idea of Labour putting the flag of our country on their leaflets quite ridiculous in view of their disdain for our national identity as shown in their policy.

Let me explain……

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BREXIT means exit

The following is a guest post by our London MEP and UKIP BREXIT spokesman, Gerard Batten


The 17.4 million people who voted to leave the European Union on 23rd June 2016 expected that to happen without delay.  But six months later Prime Minister Theresa May has done nothing to make it happen.  What is more she does not intend to do anything for another three months, and even then she will not commit to what Brexit actually means.

 

We have no reason to trust Theresa May.  She was a Remainer in the Referendum campaign, and had Remain won she would be telling us it was the right decision and in our best interests.  Having been on the losing side, she now finds herself in charge of implementing the winning sides decision.  But instead of outlining her EU exit strategy, she merely mouths the slogan ‘Brexit means Brexit’ without explaining what it means.

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