A Summary Of UKIP’s 2015 Manifesto Part 2

Marv Hollingworth

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6 Responses

  1. Serena Lonton says:

    Awesome!

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    OK my old UKIP. I hope this has been costed out properly, but reading and re-reading it, seems to boil down largely to a common sense attitude to life, and therefore good to run a country by. The Labour Party will hate it ! The Conservatives will try to nick it ! The Lib/Dems wont understand it !
    In fact, what is there not to like ? The fact is that this is a product that can sell itself, but will need good presentation to the general public, as is the case with anything new. ADVANCE UKIP. THE FUTURE IS A BLANK PAGE !

  3. Tony Ward says:

    I left a comment here yesterday which initially went into moderation but then disappeared altogether. Although a strong euroskeptic for over 30 years I wasn’t a member of any political party until I joined UKIP in 2013. I remain a fully paid up member. The issue I raised in my comment is of great importance.

    Knowing that I was a member of UKIP, many people told me, unprompted, that they had lost faith in the party after seeing the 2017 manifesto. They felt betrayed and said they’d return to not voting as, in their view, UKIP was no different than the other parties. I left a comment here yesterday which initially went into moderation but then disappeared altogether. Although a strong euroskeptic for over 30 years I wasn’t a member of any political party until I joined UKIP in 2013. I remain a fully paid up member. The issue I raised in my comment is of great importance.
    Knowing that I was a member of UKIP, many people told me, unprompted, that they had lost faith in the party after seeing the 2017 manifesto. They felt betrayed and said they’d return to not voting as, in their view, UKIP was no different than the other parties.

    This was my original comment:
    Looks good but you’ve left out the clause allowing pub landlords to provide indoor hospitality for customers who wish to smoke. This was foolishly left out of the 2017 manifesto too.
    We’re not permitted a voice in the media but we are still allowed to vote. And there are over ten million of us.
    This was my original comment:
    Looks good but you’ve left out the clause allowing pub landlords to provide indoor hospitality for customers who wish to smoke. This was foolishly left out of the 2017 manifesto too.
    We’re not permitted a voice in the media but we are still allowed to vote. And there are over ten million of us.

  4. Tony Ward says:

    Thanks Darrell, sorry about the duplication at the end.

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