DAVID KURTEN: UKIP Leads On Policy While Other Parties Follow

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  1. Geoffrey Bastin says:

    What a splendid article from David Kurten. In many ways it seems a pity he did not succeed as our next party leader or even deputy leader.
    Perhaps he should be our main policy spokesman as one or two are all that are required.
    With 23 UKIP spokespersons it seems far too many to attract the media attention we so desperately need and deserve.

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    The United Kingdom Independence Party should be in the record books, for having such a heavy power upon Government and the House of Commons generally, but all from outside the Commons, without any elected MPs.
    We pushed a PM into arrangements for a referendum. That PM thought he would be able to defuse UKIP when the people voted to stay in the European Union. – They voted to leave, which showed that PM, did not understand the people !
    A small amount of PC can give guidance. A truck load needs UKIP to shout ‘foul’ to cut it down to size. A Doctor prescribes one pill per day, but a fool takes the lot in one go. – There ! I told you that Doctor was no good !
    From outside the Commons, UKIP has some good ideas. Clearly UKIP is very valuable, as Tory and Labour parties take up those ideas over their own think-tanks, and make them their own. Imagine what UKIP could do inside the House !
    Now it is possible that people could vote for Tory, Labour, or heaven forbid, the Lib/Dems. By doing so they can look forward to enslavement within the EU, in one way or another. Or, they could reach for the stars with a vote for UKIP !

  3. Barrie Greratorex says:

    Yep UKIP is still the “Common sense”Party.

  4. mary says:

    I’m right behind you re cultural marxism. time this was raised big time; and was at your excellent Dorking speech yesterday.
    I today experienced what I consider an absurd hate speech accusation from my own Tory MP, for saying that the EU arrest warrant means that we can be arrested on the say- so even of a corrupt foreign magistrate. I admit I could have couched this better as it can be taken to mean wrongly that theyre all corrupt. Would be interested in any observations on this by anyone else. What do you think? My view is that he coulhis position and wanted to silence dissentd not defend

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