BABY JOY: Britain Celebrates A New Prince

Abigail Eatock

I joined UKIP as I believe that only UKIP are committed to providing true and fair democracy to Britain. As well as being a Politics and International Relations student at the University of York, I was also Chair of the UKIP society in York, as well as the Media Officer for YI UKIP Students. I was the Events Manager for the Peter Whittle leadership campaign. I am also an intern for The Bow Group, writing on UK and international security affairs.

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3 Responses

  1. Jim Stanley says:

    Congratulations to the Royal couple, along with every patriotic Brit, I wish them joy wih the new addition to thier family. I am sure that my thoughtscwill be echoed across the Political Spectrum, but UKIP is unique that as the only true Patriotic Brexit Party we work to return our country to the independent free nation we were in the past and will be again. In many ways the Royal Couple have had their new addition on behalf of all of us, so it is up to use to ensure they grow up in a Nation returned to our traditional values. As part of the Commonwxealth’s First Family, they are part of the glue that binds our family of the old Empire States together, far more important than mere figerhefads. Worthy of our support, support we can best express by making sure that we have a proper exit from the EU, revitalizing our traditional links to our Commonwealth friends and returning our great nation to the Leader in World trade it once was and will be again.

  2. Margaret Dennis says:

    Well said Abigail. Welcome to the Royal baby, we wish him a long and happy life.
    I have fond memories of a short holiday at Queen’s Hotel and walking around most parts of the city.

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    A new Prince, born on St.George’s Day. I don’t think it can be better than that ! Abigale, as a Royalist you bring a lot of joy to my old heart as I had thought your generation to be keen on turning our Nation into a Republic. While people like us are around, our Head of State will continue in the British way, rather than some retired PM for H of S, as in so many countries of the world !
    While on the subject, what are your views about Charles being jumped, in favour of William ? Charles has the problem of divorce due to infidelity, and that won’t sit well since the Crown is head of The Church of England ! ( See Margaret plus Edward Vlll ) !

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