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  • Six ways conservatives on both sides of the pond can learn from each other (Barf, guv'ner!)

    04/15/2014 6:35:23 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 12 replies
    Conservative Home ^ | April 15, 2014 | Ted Yarbrough
    America and Great Britain share a special relationship. We speak the same language, have a similar system of laws, have similar (quasi-)capitalist economic system and even often share a system of weights and measurements. As America is a former colony of the United Kingdom, we owe much to Great Britain. Nevertheless, some things we don’t get about each other. Generally, Americans don’t understand Britons’ reverence for monarchy, and Britons don’t understand Americans’ fascination with guns. Politically, our countries do some things right, and some wrong. I follow both countries’ politics closely and I thought I would offer some constructive criticism...
  • Huge poll boost for UKIP as a fifth of voters say they will back anti-Europe party in wake of…

    04/14/2014 2:03:07 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 10 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 19:47 EST, 13 April 2014 | Chris Pleasance and Gerri Peev
    The Conservatives could be pushed into third place at the European elections after the party’s poll ratings plunged in the wake of the Maria Miller expenses scandal. A poll has put the Tories on 23 percent, behind Labour (31 percent) and UKIP (28 percent) just days after the Culture Secretary was forced to resign in an expenses row. The Liberal Democrats were on a dismal 9 percent, according to analysis of recent polling by Professor Curtice of Strathclyde University. Levels of support for UKIP are now at a record high as they were the only party to gain popularity in...
  • David Cameron's religious adviser is descended from founders of the 'terrorist' Muslim Brotherhood

    04/09/2014 12:49:33 PM PDT · by george76 · 6 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 5 April 2014 | Martin Beckford
    PM facing embarrassment over links between adviser and Islamist group. Adviser Tariq Ramadan is grandson of Muslim Brotherhood's founder . ... Tariq Ramadan is one of 14 members of the Foreign Office’s Advisory Group on Freedom of Religion or Belief, chaired by Tory peer Baroness Warsi. He is Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford University, and was a member of a taskforce set up by Tony Blair after 7/7. But Prof Ramadan, 51, is grandson of the Muslim Brotherhood’s founder Hassan al-Banna and his father Said Ramadan was a leading light. ... He was kept out of France in...
  • Briton wins prize for UK exit plan from EU, says economy could benefit

    04/08/2014 5:08:39 PM PDT · by mandaladon · 8 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | 8 Apr 2014
    (Reuters) - Britain's economy could grow by 1.3 billion pounds if it left the European Union due to less regulation and more trade with emerging economies, a British diplomat who dreamt up a prize-winning blueprint for the country's EU exit said on Tuesday. Britain's free market Institute of Economic Affairs on Tuesday awarded a 100,000-euro prize to Iain Mansfield, a British diplomat based in the Philippines, who it decided had come up with the best blueprint for a 'Brexit,' a British departure from the EU. Amid widespread public disenchantment in Britain about the EU's perceived over-bearing role in everyday life...
  • Expenses scandal roils Cameron ahead of European elections

    04/07/2014 6:40:23 PM PDT · by JSDude1 · 11 replies
    Reuters UK ^ | Mon Apr 7, 2014 6:17pm BST | By Andrew Osborn
    (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron's handling of an expenses scandal engulfing one of his ministers has put him under pressure before European elections, threatening his Conservative party's already clouded electoral outlook. Cameron, whose party risks being beaten into third place in next month's European Parliament elections behind the anti-EU UK Independence party (UKIP), has stood by Maria Miller, Britain's minister for culture, since a parliamentary report ordered her to pay back wrongly claimed expenses last week. But the media and public backlash against Miller shows no sign of abating despite Cameron's efforts to end it. Many of his own...
  • Get ready to quit the EU now, Davis tells the Tories as he tears into Cameron and predicts…

    04/07/2014 12:53:01 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 14 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 19:52 EST, 5 April 2014 | Simon Walters
    The Tory revolt over Europe took a dramatic turn last night after senior Conservative David Davis called on the Government to open talks with Brussels on quitting the EU. Former Tory chairman Mr. Davis tore into David Cameron, accusing him of making a mess of his pledge to win back powers from the EU. “Scaremongers” who said Britain would collapse if it decided to go it alone were talking nonsense, said Mr Davis. Quitting the EU would be like a “revolution” and would boost UK jobs, wages, world power, arts and prestige, he added. Significantly, his intervention comes days after...
  • Taqiyya and Blasphemy Laws in the UK: Chilling move to classify Islam criticism as “racism.”

    04/07/2014 8:22:33 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 11 replies
    FrontPage Mag ^ | 04/07/2014 | Enza Ferreri
    In British law, race and religion are increasingly becoming deliberately confused for the purpose of accusing critics of Islam of racism. A soccer fan was recently arrested on suspicion of inciting racial hatred after allegedly ripping up pages of the Qur’an and throwing them at a match. While on bail, he was also banned from attending any football games, visiting St Andrew’s – the stadium of the incident -, and going to any city where his team Middlesbrough was playing.Insults against Islam are taken very seriously in Britain, and the world of soccer is particularly sensitive to them. After the...
  • Nigel Farage: Here It Comes Your 19th Euro Breakdown

    07/04/2012 9:49:34 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 16 replies ^ | July 4, 2012 | Mike Shedlock
    The always humorous Nigel Farage blasted European council president Herman Van Rompuy along with José Barroso in European parliament today, mocking the alleged "breakthrough". Link if video does not play: Nigel Farage on Euro Breakdown Select Quotes: ESM is doomed before it starts Legal Challenges in Ireland and Germany Estonia Justice Says it will not fit their constitution Finns and Dutch have broken agreement made in the middle of the night Perhaps the little countries do not have a say at all anymore Crisis is insolvable Euro Crisis Breakthrough Breakdown - Nigel FarageFarage sarcastically commented to Herman Van Rompuy ......
  • Farage blames BT advert for useless degrees - as he calls for Britain to legalise all drugs

    04/05/2014 12:49:38 AM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 10 replies ^ | 4 April 2014 | Tamara Cohen
    Millions will remember Maureen Lipman’s TV character Beattie praising her grandson when he ‘got an ’ology’. But the TV advert from 1988 has been blamed by Ukip leader Nigel Farage for encouraging a generation to study for what he considers to be worthless degrees.
  • UK Independence party leader Nigel Farage speaks on gay marriage.

    01/09/2013 4:28:40 AM PST · by expat1000 · 7 replies
    Youtube ^ | Dec 16, 2012 | Nigel Farange
    Video link - 4 minutes or so. This is how to handle an aggressive and biased interviewer. Politicians that are not fast on their feet don't last long in a parliamentary system. The reference to a "whopping 14%" in the last elections - that's up from 7% so, in fact, it's a dramatic increase, which could interpreted as 25% of Conservative supporters switching their allegiance to the UKIP.
  • The Tory Minister, a vicious feud and the gay sex party…paid for by you: Westminster braced…

    04/06/2014 10:48:38 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 16 replies
    Mail on Sunday (UK) ^ | 10:10 EST, 6 April 2014 | Simon Walters and Glen Owen
    A Tory Minister is involved in an extraordinary row over claims that taxpayers’ money was used to fund gay sex parties. The politician is said to have been in a feud with a senior party official accused of using dating app Grindr to invite gay MPs and activists to his suite at the Conservative Party conference. The £70,000-a-year official, who is not an MP, has also been accused of bullying staff and being drunk on duty. He was disciplined after a formal investigation. …
  • Conservative party descends into civil war as 100 Tory rebels prepare to defy Cameron on EU

    04/04/2014 11:27:34 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 25 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 17:37 EST, 29 March 2014 | Simon Walters
    The fragile Tory truce over Europe disintegrated last night after it emerged that more than 100 Conservative MPs and candidates are set to defy David Cameron at the General Election next year by vowing to leave the EU. The Prime Minister has promised the Tory manifesto will spell out his pledge for a referendum by 2017 on Britain’s links with Europe after trying to win back key powers from Brussels. But Tory rebels will go further and make their own personal manifesto vows to campaign to withdraw from the EU—regardless of any concessions by Brussels. …
  • UK’s EU referendum moves a step closer

    07/07/2013 5:30:34 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 2 replies
    EU Observer ^ | 06.07.13 @ 07:07 (July 6) | Benjamin Fox
    Britain took another step towards an in/out referendum on its membership of the EU on Friday (5 July) after MPs unanimously backed a bill guaranteeing a vote by the end of 2017. … In a boisterous debate dominated by Conservative euroskeptics, Foreign Secretary William Hague endorsed the bill which was, he said, “about giving people the power to decide one of the greatest questions facing Britain.” …
  • Nigel Farage: We must defend Christian heritage

    11/01/2013 9:42:18 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 8 replies
    Daily Telegraph (UK) ^ | 10:00PM GMT 01 Nov 2013 | Cristina Odone
    An Audience With … Nigel Farage features a stage with only a table, a chair, and a bottle of wine as props. Farage thinks it will give him a chance to “explain who I am” and, crucially, to “reach a new audience”. … “We need a much more muscular defense of our Judeo-Christian heritage. Yes, we’re open to different cultures, but we have to defend our values. That’s the message I want to hear from the Archbishop of Canterbury and from our politicians. Anything less is appeasement of the worst kind.” Yet he speaks not as a defender of the...
  • Britain's version of Tea Party rocks political system across the pond (Nigel Farage)

    01/04/2014 3:10:48 PM PST · by RoosterRedux · 31 replies
    FoxNews ^ | 01/04/2014 | Adam Shaw
    The often stale British political system is being rocked by its very own Tea Party. The UK Independence Party (UKIP), formed in 1993 opposing Britain’s entry into the European Union, failed to make an electoral dent for a long time. However UKIP has built up steam in recent years and is spearheading a seismic shift in the British political spectrum. In this year’s local elections – the British version of midterms -- UKIP took a stunning 23 percent of the vote, up from the 3.1 percent they won in the 2010 national election. Their leader, Nigel Farage, is buoyed by...
  • Britain's version of Tea Party rocks political system across the pond

    01/05/2014 4:59:25 AM PST · by stevie_d_64 · 52 replies
    FoxNews ^ | January 04, 2014 | Adam Shaw
    The often stale British political system is being rocked by its very own Tea Party. The UK Independence Party (UKIP), formed in 1993 opposing Britain’s entry into the European Union, failed to make an electoral dent for a long time. However UKIP has built up steam in recent years and is spearheading a seismic shift in the British political spectrum. In this year’s local elections – the British version of midterms -- UKIP took a stunning 23 percent of the vote, up from the 3.1 percent they won in the 2010 national election. Their leader, Nigel Farage, is buoyed by...
  • Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage get personal over EU in BBC debate (Farage wins 68-27 in debate poll)

    04/02/2014 2:14:31 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 13 replies
    BBC News ^ | 4/2/2014 | BBC
    Nick Clegg accused Nigel Farage of peddling "dangerous fantasies" in an ill-tempered BBC TV debate on Britain's future in Europe. Mr. Farage accused the Lib Dem leader of "willfully lying to the British people about Brussels' grip on UK laws. He also claimed EU immigration had hit the "white working class" the hardest. Instant polls said Mr. Farage had won by a bigger margin than he did in their debate last week.... The UKIP leader accused the Lib Den leader of being "hell bent on getting Britain involved in a war.... He said he did not want Britain to be...
  • Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage set for EU radio debate

    03/26/2014 5:51:45 AM PDT · by UKrepublican · 5 replies
    Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage are set to debate the UK's place in the European Union live on radio. The deputy PM, who says his Liberal Democrats are the "party of in", challenged the UKIP leader, who wants the UK to leave the EU, to a debate in the run-up to the European elections. Mr Clegg argues that even threatening to leave the EU threatens British jobs. Mr Farage believes EU membership is "the most important issue this country has faced for hundreds of years". Following negotiations between the two party leaders and broadcasters, two one-hour debates have been arranged....
  • Ukip will not oppose gay marriage, Farage reveals as he calls for French-style separate services

    03/18/2014 6:33:50 PM PDT · by iowamark · 22 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | 3/18/2014 | Matt Chorley
    Ukip is to drop its opposition to gay marriage, party leader Nigel Farage revealed today. The move risks angering disaffected Tories who switched to Ukip after same sex weddings were legalised by the coalition, but Mr Farage insisted: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody.’ He said that as part of a review of Ukip’s manifesto, which he has dismissed as ‘drivel’, he would not campaign for gay weddings to be banned. Ukip previously said civil partnerships were a ‘common sense’ way for gay and lesbian couples to register their commitment ‘in a formal way’. But it warned: Gay marriage...

    03/16/2014 3:27:14 AM PDT · by grimalkin · 10 replies
    BREITBART ^ | 16 Mar 2014 | NICK HALLETT
    The UK Independence Party is on course to win the largest share of the vote in May's European Elections, according to a new poll. The party is currently on 30 percent, with Labour in second place on 28. The ComRes poll for the Independent on Sunday, which bases its European voting figures on the 38 percent of respondents who said they are "absolutely certain" to vote, is the first poll for some time to ask a question specifically about the European elections. The Conservatives, who maintain that they are the only party who can offer a referendum on the EU,...
  • Treat UKIP as a major party, Ofcom orders TV channels: Regulator says success in previous…

    03/03/2014 9:53:32 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 8 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 19:42 EST, 3 March 2014 | Jason Groves
    ITV has been ordered to treat UKIP as a “major party” in the run-up to the European Parliament elections in May. In a landmark ruling, broadcasting regulator Ofcom last night said the anti-EU party’s success in previous Euro elections meant it should be put on a par with the other main parties. ITV and Channel 5, which are regulated by Ofcom, were ordered to grant UKIP “major party status” in the run-up to May’s elections, guaranteeing it increased coverage. …
  • UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he feels awkward when he doesn’t hear English on the train

    03/02/2014 5:22:45 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 12 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 22:45 EST, 28 February 2014 | Tamara Cohen
    Nigel Farage yesterday said he felt “awkward” when he could hear no English being spoken while on a train from London to Kent. The UKIP leader described how he was on his way home when he went several stops without hearing his native tongue. His comments followed a provocative speech in which he claimed some areas of Britain are being “taken over” by migrants, while others have become “frankly unrecognizable”. They came a day after figures showed a significant rise in net migration. …
  • Mass immigration has left Britain 'unrecognisable', says Nigel Farage

    03/01/2014 8:22:46 AM PST · by UKrepublican · 46 replies
    Mass immigration has left Britain an "unrecognisable" country that many people would not want to leave to their children and grandchildren, Nigel Farage has said. In one of his strongest attacks on immigration policy, he said the arrival of migrants has some British people feeling that parts of the country are now alien to them. The UK Independence Party leader said parts of the country had been "taken over" by foreigners and told how he caught a recent commuter train from London to Kent and had to wait for several stops before he heard English being spoken.
  • UKIP Leader Accepts Clegg's Challenge for EU Membership Debate

    02/21/2014 7:32:20 AM PST · by JSDude1 · 7 replies
    The Wall Street Journal (World) ^ | 2/21/2014 | Nicholas Winning
    Nigel Farage and Deputy Prime Minister Represent Opposite Ends of In/Out Argument LONDON— Nigel Farage, the leader of the small United Kingdom Independence Party, on Friday accepted a challenge from Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to debate Britain's membership of the European Union, paving the way for the most ardent advocates of each side of the in/out argument to lock horns. Britain's future in the EU has become an increasingly open question after Prime Minister David Cameron pledged that if he wins a second term next year he will renegotiate Britain's ties with the bloc and then hold a national...
  • Britain’s most pro-EU party heading for disaster in May

    02/18/2014 6:55:15 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 12 replies
    EU Observer ^ | 18.02.14 @ 09:19 | Tim Black
    Ahead of May’s European Parliament election, with issues such as the economy and immigration to the fore, none of Britain’s three main parties are stealing a march on their rivals. The co-governing, right-of-center Conservative Party, also known as the Tories, led by Prime Minister David Cameron, is struggling. What remains of its traditional support base, including some MPs, often seems opposed to the modernizing, socially-liberal direction of its leadership. […] But viewing the UK's party-political landscape solely in terms of the traditional duopoly (plus the Lib Dems) misses the big political story, and what is likely to be the major...
  • New UK reports back EU powers, enrage euroskeptics

    02/13/2014 4:23:40 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 2 replies
    EU Observer ^ | 13.02.14 @ 18:23 | Benjamin Fox
    EU policies ranging from the single market and trade, to culture and transport, are good for the UK, according to a series of government reports on the balance of power between London and Brussels. The findings are contained in eight reports published on Thursday (13 February), which form the second batch of the UK’s “Balance of Competences” review, comprising more than 30 separate studies by a range of government departments. […] Euroskeptics are already unhappy the reports published so far have all offered qualified support for the way that Brussels is using its powers. “The whole review has been commandeered...
  • EU membership … bringing grief, hassle and costing you money since 1973

    02/13/2014 8:56:39 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 6 replies
    Belfast Telegraph ^ | 13 February 2014 | Henry Reilly
    The debate surrounding our membership of the EU is framed in abstract terms. Phrases such as “comitology”, “modality”, “subsidiarity”, “externalization“, “planification” and “modality” bamboozle and confuse. They mean little to anyone who lives in the real world. But, as a series of revelations during the past week have proven… there’s a reason for that. Firstly we had the EU’s Habitat Directive rear its head. A railway line in England collapsed into the sea as a result of poor weather. However, it couldn't be repaired until an ‘environmental impact assessment’ upon the local bird population was first completed.Next, it was the...
  • Muzzling Dissent (Covering Immigration to the UK)

    01/25/2014 12:39:33 PM PST · by OddLane · 7 replies
    American Rattlesnake ^ | January 25, 2014 | Gerard Perry
    The incalculable damage that mass immigration from the third world has inflicted upon the United Kingdom is a subject that we’ve explored at length on American Rattlesnake. Although the ritualistic murder and dismemberment of Drummer Lee Rigby is the most notorious recent illustration of how this phenomenon has adversely impacted native Britons, there are many, many more such tragic examples that bear scrutiny. The most tragic loss experienced by those living there, of course, is the forfeiture of the right to discuss this issue in an honest and frank manner. One need only point to those critics of Islam and...
  • Man charged after UKIP leader Nigel Farage hit over head with placard by protester

    01/21/2014 3:38:11 PM PST · by mojito · 15 replies
    KentOnline ^ | 1/21/2014 | Unattributed
    A Thanet man has been charged and released on bail following an assault on UKIP party leader Nigel Farage with a placard. Andrew Scott, 37, from Ramsgate Road, Margate, was charged with assault by beating, after Mr Farage was allegedly attacked as he entered a hotel in Cliftonville at around 3pm yesterday. Unemployed Scott was released on conditional bail, to appear at Margate Magistrates' Court on March 3. As a condition to his bail he must not attend any political event of any political party, either in protest or support of the party in question. It comes after the South...
  • 52% of Brits would vote to leave EU tomorrow

    01/20/2014 11:19:22 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 14 replies
    EurActiv ^ | 20 January 2014 | ( with Reuters)
    The latest Opinium/Observer poll published on Sunday (19 January) suggested 52% of the British public aged over 18 would vote to leave the EU tomorrow, a small increase since last November when 50% said they would vote to leave. Sunday’s poll, carried out by Comres for the Independent on Sunday newspaper, also suggests the anti-EU and anti-immigration policies of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) remain popular, even though Cameron has already deployed tougher rhetoric on both issues. […] The poll came as UKIP was battling to restore party discipline after one of its local councillors in England caused it embarrassment...
  • Britain's version of Tea Party rocks political system across the pond

    01/05/2014 6:14:49 AM PST · by managusta · 4 replies
    Fox News ^ | 01/05/2014 | Adam Shaw
    The often stale British political system is being rocked by its very own Tea Party. The UK Independence Party (UKIP), formed in 1993 opposing Britain’s entry into the European Union, failed to make an electoral dent for a long time. Their leader, Nigel Farage, is buoyed by their recent success. “We want to take back our country, we want to take back our government, and we want to take back our birthright,” Farage told in forthright language rarely seen in British politics.Capitalizing on dissatisfaction with the Conservative Party’s shift to the center under current Prime Minister David Cameron. Cameron...
  • VIDEO: UKIP rap appears on YouTube

    12/04/2013 5:53:06 PM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 7 replies
    London Evening Standard ^ | 12/4/13 | Robin De Peyer
    Could this be the moment UKIP establishes itself as a political force to be reckoned with? A rap video posted on YouTube yesterday suggests to viewers that the right wing party represents a viable alternative to the Conservatives. The rapper, who comes complete with a gold chain, trilby hat and tattoos, assures his listeners that UKIP's surge in popularity "ain't no mirage". He goes on to tell the audience: "Vote UKIP for the real change... Party for the nation you may think's changed. The Conservative party and Labour party became identical, come check the flow..." The rapper can be seen...
  • Tory blow as tycoon Paul Sykes gives Ukip millions - get out of EU and self-govern

    11/18/2013 6:36:43 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 2 replies
    Telegraph UK ^ | November 18, 2013 | Philip Johnston
    The UK Independence Party will receive a multi-million pound boost before next year’s European elections after winning support from one of Britain’s wealthiest businessmen. Paul Sykes, a self-made tycoon and veteran of the campaign to keep the pound 15 years ago, has promised to do “whatever it takes” to help Ukip top the polls in May. His move deals a big blow to the Conservatives as they fight to contain Nigel Farage’s party. Mr Sykes supported the Tories under Margaret Thatcher and Michael Howard, but has backed Ukip in the past, giving the party £1.5 million in 2004. His latest investment...
  • Conservatives and UKIP: allies or enemies? (Conservatives woo Nigel Farage)

    10/15/2013 8:58:43 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 3 replies
    You Tube ^ | 09 October 2013 | debate w/ Nigel Farge, conservatives
    video 1:16:09 Interesting debate in which the conservatives are now trying to convince UKIP and Nigel Farage to take a dive in the next election while dangling the carrot of alliance later on. Nigel will have none of it. Great response from him. Tea Party is in a similar (yet not as strong) position as UKIP. We should study what is happening with UKIP very closely.
  • Nigel Farage (talks about 2014 UK Elections....WE WANT AN EU REFERENDUM!!!)

    10/01/2013 7:08:23 PM PDT · by Kolath · 9 replies
    You Tube ^ | 9/20/2013 | UKIP
    UKIP leader Nigel Farage at a political assembly talking about the 2014 UK elections and the current state of UK politics.
  • Nigel Farage predicts Ukip 'earthquake' in European elections

    09/20/2013 4:18:52 AM PDT · by UKrepublican · 10 replies
    The eurosceptic party's leader will tell activists gathered for its annual conference in London that Britain is "moving Ukip's way" on issues such as benefits, education and Europe. And he will put a tough line on immigration at the heart of his pitch to voters - warning the Tories that failing to block an influx of Bulgarians and Romanians to the UK will lead to a ballot box hammering. In a frank admission, he will accept that the media spotlight has exposed unpalatable views among its "eclectic" membership and that he had a "blistering row" with outspoken MEP Godfrey Bloom....
  • Vanity: How can one nominate a guest for CPAC 2014??? (UKIP's Nigel Farage)

    09/15/2013 4:21:03 PM PDT · by Kolath · 12 replies
    Kolath | 09/15/2013 | Kolath
    I'm a fan of UKIP's Nigel Farage. Just wondering how to nominate someone for CPAC.
  • UKIP Nigel Farage - speech at Strasbourg

    09/14/2013 3:34:57 AM PDT · by Vanders9 · 7 replies
    UKIP ^ | 09/11/13
    Nigel Farage sticking it to the EU global climate change fanatics - and a typically inane response by Borruso
  • Nigel Farage: Changing British Politics

    08/09/2013 7:26:33 PM PDT · by Kolath · 3 replies
    You Tube ^ | Published on Jul 14, 2013 | BridlingtonWarrior
    Nigel Farage doing what he does best!
  • Tories' Fear of UKIP Creates Useless Ads

    08/02/2013 4:50:42 PM PDT · by Enza Ferreri · 5 replies
    Enza Ferreri Blog ^ | 30 July 2013 | Enza Ferreri
    The UK's Immigration Minister Mark Harper on The Daily Mail defends a government campaign of mobile billboards aimed at illegal immigrants telling them to go home or be prepared to be arrested. He says: But the reaction they have generated from the Left and the pro-immigration industry has been astonishing. They have denounced that simple message as ‘racist’. Let me clear this up once and for all – it is not racist to ask people who are here illegally to leave Britain. It is merely telling them to comply with the law. Our campaign targets illegal immigrants without any...
  • Nigel Farage: Town halls are key to UKIP surge

    07/28/2013 2:41:12 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 6 replies
    The Guardian ^ | July 28, 2013 | Nicholas Watt, chief political correspondent
    Nigel Farage has pledged to follow the example of Paddy Ashdown and to establish "clusters of councillors" around the country elected on the challenging first-past-the-post system as a first step to winning parliamentary seats at future general elections. In a Guardian interview, the Ukip leader said people would vote for the "real thing" on Europe and immigration rather than support David Cameron who is occupying "our turf" under the influence of the Tory strategist Lynton Crosby. Farage admitted that his party is experiencing something of a "lull" but insisted that it was on course to win next year's European parliamentary...
  • Ukip's Nigel Farage: get your elbow out of our ribs, David Cameron

    07/21/2013 10:39:31 AM PDT · by UKrepublican · 2 replies
    Writing for MSN, Ukip leader Nigel Farage welcomes David Cameron's decision to scrap alcohol minimum pricing and plain-pack cigarettes - but says the government must do more to stop thinking it always knows best It’s been a pretty good week for those of us who believe in personal liberty. The government has dropped the legislation that promised that booze would be sold with a minimum price and that cigarette packets should be plain. But these are two small victories in an ongoing war with a political class that really does think it knows how best we should live our lives....
  • One in five Tory party members ready to switch to UKIP…almost half given up campaigning for Cameron

    07/08/2013 10:20:23 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 11 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 07:42 EST, 8 July 2013
    One in five Conservative Party members are on the verge of switching to the UK Independence Party, a new poll suggests. In a further sign of the schism between the party leadership and the grassroots, more than half do not believe they are respected by David Cameron and his top team. There is also deep-rooted opposition to flagship coalition policies including legalizing gay marriage and protecting the foreign aid budget from cuts. …
  • The gathering storm

    07/07/2013 4:05:46 PM PDT · by Kolath · 3 replies
    You Tube ^ | Nov 29, 2011 | Pat Condell
    Some truths about the EU Van Rompuy tells Italy not to hold elections EU demands right to dictate national budgets UK Parliament kills the referendum debate European Union has destroyed national democracy How Brussels stifles democracy in Europe The end of Europe's fantasy is now in sight Nigel Farage: This is how dictatorship begins Europe's hit squad The lamps are going out all over Europe If you live in the UK, sign the People's Pledge and demand a referendum Campaign for an independent Britain
  • EXCLUSIVE: Green 'industry' bullying weak minded politicians says UKIP's Nigel Farage

    06/05/2013 9:32:35 AM PDT · by UKrepublican · 6 replies
    The environmental movement has become politicised, urbanised and is 'full of profound deep ignorance' says UKIP leader Nigel Farage. In an exclusive interview with edie, Farage says he has been a keen supporter of environmental issues since the late 1980's but attacked those driving the movement today, claiming that it has turned into an 'industry'. "This industry has managed to bully weak minded politicians into making a series of decisions that actually aren't good for biodiversity, sustainability or the environment," says Farage. Claiming to be an environmentalist, Farage slammed European leaders for lacking the necessary understanding to put effective environmental...
  • There's something about Nigel: Introducing Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader who's charming the ladies.

    06/02/2013 6:40:56 AM PDT · by UKrepublican · 12 replies
    Going to the pub with Nigel Farage is very therapeutic. Within seconds of our drinks arriving, I realise I am telling him my troubles as we sit beneath an umbrella at a table in the street. He is nodding sympathetically, sipping from a pint of beer and puffing on his trademark cigarette. As I offload my frustrations, he says all the right things. Before long, we are setting the world to rights and I catch myself thinking that I must tell Nigel about that problem I had with my local police because… Because what, exactly? Farage has that indefinable quality...
  • Conservative donors threaten to switch to UKIP unless Cameron toughens up on Europe

    05/28/2013 12:26:24 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 9 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 03:19 EST, 27 May 2013 | Gerri Peev
    Tory donors have threatened to switch their allegiance to UKIP unless David Cameron adopts a tougher stance on Europe. In yet another blow to his leadership, former Tory treasurer Lord Kalms said he was “willing to pack (his) bags” and sign up with UKIP unless the Prime Minister adopted more traditional Tory policies. UKIP leader Nigel Farage is set to seize on discontent among Tory MPs and UKIP’s recent success in the polls with a fund-raising appeal. … Three of the most generous donors to the Conservatives have reportedly complained about the PM’s emphasis on gay marriage. Separately, one former...
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    05/27/2013 10:54:14 AM PDT · by RoosterRedux · 6 replies ^ | 5/26/2013 | Nigel Farage
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  • UK: City firms switching from Tories to UKIP, says Nigel Farage

    05/25/2013 10:31:24 AM PDT · by bruinbirdman · 15 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 5/24/2013 | Harriet Dennys
    UKIP founder Nigel Farage is courting powerful City donors amid increasing anti-Europe sentiment among the UK’s business elite. City firms – most notably the hedge fund, insurance and commodities sectors – are sick of the “unending blizzard” of regulation coming out of Brussels, says Mr Farage, who claims traditional City Conservative supporters are switching allegiance to UKIP. “Slowly but surely, donors who would have traditionally supported the Tories are now holding talks with us,” Mr Farage told The Daily Telegraph. “We are asking [City leaders] to help in any way we can.” The most recent business convert to UKIP is...
  • Nigel Farage refuses to kick out ‘old-fashioned’ UKIP members who say gay sex is ‘disgusting’

    05/24/2013 11:44:35 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 27 replies
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 05:30 EST, 22 May 2013 | Matt Chorley
    People who call gay sex ‘disgusting’ will be allowed to stay in the UK Independence Party. Nigel Farage defended party members with ‘old-fashioned’ views about homosexuality, as he warned that with the government passing same-sex weddings ‘nobody knows where it will end up’. MPs last night backed the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, but Mr. Farage said ministers were ‘picking a war with middle England’. …