Dear Editor, With another day comes another Labour attack claiming UKIP wish to privatise the NHS. It is kind of Mr Blenkinsop to try to mislead your readers, but here are a few facts about UKIP’s policy on the NHS (taken directly from our Policies for People document): – UKIP will ensure the […]
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Dear Editor, Labour’s new “anti-UKIP unit” has sprung into action, launching spin and (often anonymous) personal attacks all across the country. Yesterday, Mr Miliband boldly declared Labour needed to debate UKIP to show “where they stand.” Our response? Bring it on! Nigel Farage immediately accepted the challenge. Sadly, Mr Miliband promptly backed down. Same old […]
Last weekend I spoke at UKIP’s North West Conference in Southport. Well done to the North West team for organising such a fantastic day.
• Debate: Presentation of the Court of Auditors’ annual report – 2013
Dear Editor, Not a day goes by when I do not receive a letter or email from constituents asking me to support the growth of e-cigarettes, and oppose domestic and EU attempts to slow down and over regulate the industry. From my experience with my constituents here in the North East, it is clear that […]
Dear Editor, Mr Anderson stated in The Journal two weeks ago (31st), “When Mr Arnott and his colleagues start attending their jobs regularly in Brussels and Strasbourg and do their job for which they were elected they might be listened to more”. However, in today’s (11th) edition of The Journal, Mr Anderson stated that he […]
Dear Editor, Whilst some North East pupils are being taught in buses, Labour’s Lord Knight of Weymouth has defended his party’s record of spending millions of pounds on architects’ fees for what he called “cathedrals of learning.” We do not need expensive, advanced designs for school buildings. We need schools with enough classrooms to house […]