Saturday, 28th November 2009
UKIP’s new leader today reiterated the Party’s position when it comes to electoral deals. Malcolm Pearson said, “Of course we will do deals. If we could get a written guarantee of a referendum on our relationship with a post-Lisbon European Union, then it would the right thing to do.”
The UK Independence Party has often said that if such a question could be put to the British people it would be the party’s duty to work to that end. He went on, “Now I am leader, that position does not change.”
British soldier of B Company, 3 Para
The UKIP Military Veterans Support Group is holding a wine tasting and drinks fundraising event in honour of the great service our Military personnel has provided in the Afghanistan War.
Lord Pearson of Rannoch has been announced as the new leader of UKIP following the results of the Party members’ ballot.
With 48% of the vote, Lord Pearson was a clear winner from London UKIP MEP Gerard Batten, followed by the two West Midlands MEPs Nikki Sinclaire and Mike Nattrass and Party returning officer Alan Wood.
Will Copenhagen achieve more than the previous climate change meetings?
As the discredited University of East Anglia is exposed for falsifying data to support propaganda, East Anglian-based quango The Broads Authority launches yet another document aiming to ride the Global Warming bandwagon
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage was this morning reprimanded by European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek for his questions relating to the appointment of Baroness Ashton as the EU’s High Commissioner for Foreign Affairs.
University of East Anglia Accused of Polluting Climate Information
A hacker has gained access to servers at the University of East Anglia, a leading supplier of information to Global Warming propagandists.
IRA gunmen undergoing training in the Irish Republic
A new terror threat is developing for Europe. An attempt to explode a large car bomb in Northern Ireland marks a further stage in the escalation of violence.
As the past of Quisling Ashton emerges, it raises questions of whether she committed treason in the past and questions of her reliability in the future.
Britons get a referendum on a referendum on Europe
A UKIP petition demanding a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU has been launched in the biggest-ever call to arms on the right to have a say over Europe. 2 million leaflets are currently being printed in support of the petition, designed to keep the pressure on the ‘traditional’ parties after all broke a clear manifesto commitment to hold a referendum on the European Constitution (renamed as the Lisbon Treaty).
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage said: “This is a real chance for the people of Great Britain to show that they are sick of being lied to and that they want a say over our continuing membership of the European Union. We want to send a message loud and clear to the next Government of Great Britain that the people are not prepared to be ignored and demand that they be given their say.”
You can sign the petition here. If you know of anyone – friends, family or colleagues – who would be willing to sign this petition, please pass the information on to them.