Yes, it's another one of those anti-UKIP blog posts telling you all the same stuff again. No doubt it'll either be ignored (written, as it is, on a blog which has fewer readers than the Lib Dems now have voters), ridiculed or the subject of a police complaint. I want to start with a … Continue reading Please don’t vote UKIP
After Nigel Farage called for the children of immigrants to be classed as immigrants themselves I have obtained an exclusive list of other groups that the UKIP leader, backed up by his chums at Migration Watch, also wants to reclassify: - The grandchildren of immigrants. A logical extension as their parents are now immigrants, so … Continue reading 15 groups UKIP class as immigrants
Once upon a time there was a large field. In that field were lots and lots of ponds. One pond had frogs, one pond had eels, one pond had dragonflies, one pond had carp... Every pond had a different type of animal. For years the ponds would argue and fight over silly things and even … Continue reading Nigel the wide-mouthed frog
So, there you go. From the keyboard of UKIP MEP Patrick O'Flynn comes confirmation that his party are "the party of the working class now". Labour, as most of us have known for some time now, have moved their focus onto that tabloid favourite, "Middle Britain", and have left a void which UKIP now claim … Continue reading UKIP – Working class heroes?
It takes some doing to have an MP elected to the House of Commons from outside the main three parties, especially in England. So when a party gets its first MP elected it is a matter of congratulations. To position your policies outside of the centre-right ground, despite that being the accepted ingredient for success … Continue reading How not to win an election
Do you ever wonder why you even bother? Why you talk about the important stuff, try to get your point across, highlight the fear and prejudice being perpetrated around you, only to go unheard and ignored? Why you try to promote love, only for people to choose hate? That's pretty much how I feel right … Continue reading Don’t get fooled again.
Nigel Farage has come under quite a lot of fire over the last couple of days following comments made during an LBC interview with James O'Brien. Admittedly, not the same sort of storm which Gordon Brown faced after the Gillian Duffy incident or Andrew Mitchell during the "plebgate" scandal, but hey, they only insulted (allegedly, … Continue reading A reply to Nigel Farage