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Courant Times – Tuesday 25th November

November 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Telegraph: What was it about Nigel Farage’s neck piece that created so much press copy Huff-Post: Steven Woolfe MEP: Would the NHS really collapse? Nottingham Post: Roger Helmer MEP: UKIP taking votes from Labour and Tories equally Common Sense:- City AM: Is there about to be a [...]

Courant Times – Monday 24th November

November 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Huff-Post: Steven Woolfe MEP: My challenge to Sir John Mail: Boost for UKIP from Wheeler the dealer Express & Star: UKIP eyes West Midlands seats after by-election win Common Sense:- Telegraph: UKIP is to politics what Aldi & Lidl are to supermarkets Mail: Toxic Nigel: one in four [...]

Daily News Brief – Monday 24th November

November 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

City A.M – Ken Clark blames Conservative attempts to imitate Ukip for loss in Rochester and Strood  – Will humans be replaced by robots? They might take some of our jobs, but they’ll also create new ones – Theresa May says the Conservatives may miss their immigration [...]

Courant Times – Sunday 23 November

November 23, 2014 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Sky news: Nigel Farage explains how UKIP won Rochester & Strood:  Rasen Mail: Head girl Arabella to lead UKIP youth in Market Rasen: Boston Standard: UKIP confirms local Councillor as  candidate for Boston & Skegness: Bedfordshire on Sunday: UKIP dad stands against Nadine:  Common [...]

Courant Times – Saturday 22nd November

November 22, 2014 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Douglass Carswell MP: Rochester by-election: If UKIP can win here, UKIP can win anywhere Common Sense:- Yorkshire Post: UKIP’s Yorkshire funder Paul Sykes widens party’s target list News & Star: We can blow battle for Carlisle, claim UKIP Hull Daily Mail: UKIP: We can take [...]

Daily News Brief – Thursday 20th November

November 20, 2014 // 0 Comments

YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Tories back in front with one point lead: CON 34%, LAB 33%, LD 7%, UKIP 14%, GRN 6% City A.M. - Home loan rates set to drop more. - Only direct democracy can save Britain’s businesses from this rising populist tide. - Abolishing the beer tie would be terrible [...]

Visit to European parliament

November 16, 2014 // 0 Comments

A group of about 40 people have just returned from a two-day trip to Brussels which included a visit to the European parliament there. The trip was hosted by Gerard Batten MEP and part-funded by the EU.  The price visitors had to pay for this was to be told how wonderful the EU is by an official [...]

Saving Britain from the fall of Empire

November 15, 2014 // 2 Comments

How many readers recognize this quote, or could place the originator of the ideas expressed in it? “It is that state of anarchy which my Project is pledged to fight. The fall of Empire, gentlemen, is a massive thing, however, and not easily fought. It is dictated by rising bureaucracy, a receding [...]

Will Europe have a second 1989?

November 14, 2014 // 4 Comments

We recently celebrated the fall of the Berlin Wall, one of the most momentous and welcome events in world history. I remember wandering along the old route of the wall, coming across a monument to those who died trying to escape. The last person was killed in March 1989, just eight months before [...]

Picking Cherries

November 14, 2014 // 0 Comments

This week the debate on whether large scale immigration provides a positive or negative fiscal impact to the UK Treasury was ignited by the cream report by the UCL report compiled by professors Dustmann and Frattini. On Wednesday, City AM posted Sam Bowman of the Adam Smith Institute’s take on [...]
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