Ukip’s political outlook is a ‘fanfare for the common man’.
March 31st 2015 UKIP Leader Nigel Farage has today unveiled our latest poster putting immigration at the centre of our campaign.
Following the announcement that Honda is investing a further £200m in their plant in Swindon, Roger Helmer, the UKIP Industry spokesman said, “I’m delighted that Honda has shown this strong gesture of confidence in the UK motor industry, which goes from strength to strength. “The UK will continue to be a major hub for auto […]
UKIP economic spokesman Patrick O’Flynn has accused David Cameron and Nick Clegg of preparing for a “rigged referendum” on EU membership. Mr O’Flynn, who is also UKIP’s campaign director, spoke out after a report in the Financial Times said that Mr Clegg’s support for a referendum would depend on him helping to determine the question […]
NIGEL FARAGE LAUNCHES UKIP PLEDGE CARD
The Purple Revolution Published Mar 28, 2015 Twenty-one years after our formation, and on the eve of what promises to be one of the closest, most exciting general elections in recent memory, the truly remarkable rise of UKIP and our leader, Nigel Farage, have caused nothing less than […]
Nigel Farage announces pledge to make St George’s Day a Bank Holiday Published Mar 28, 2015 UKIP Leader Nigel Farage has today announced our election pledge to make St George’s Day a Bank Holiday in a public meeting in Cliffsend in South Thanet today. UKIP believes England should have […]
Lords Economic Affairs Committee backs UKIP’s case against HS2 Published Mar 25, 2015 An influential report condemning the controversial HS2 project was welcomed today by UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall MEP and UKIP Transport Spokesman Jill Seymour MEP. The House of Lords Economic Committee’s report says that the government has no convincing case for the […]
“Elderly people will have to have to go onto the internet or risk losing access to key government services.”
For the first time in Britain for over a hundred years, a national election has been won by a party other than the Conservatives or Labour.