Weekly news update – Waters beaten by Bolton, Tory talks in tatters

This edition of Leave.EU’s weekly newsletter comes to you from the UKIP party conference in Torquay where rank outsider Henry Bolton has been elected leader. On the morning of the conference, the former Army officer sat at 10/1 with the bookies before making a late surge to third favourite behind Anne-Marie Waters in first and Peter Whittle in second place. Whittle eventually finished fifth with just 10.6% of the vote. Bolton and Waters each winning 29.9% and 21.3% of the vote share respectively.

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Urgent: Tell them to STAND UP!

We had our “Keep Your Promises” rally on Saturday, delivering a bold message, in-person — just a stone’s throw from the offices of our U.S. Senators:

  • Keep your promises and deliver job-creating tax reform that helps working families!
  • Keep your promises and build the wall to protect our sovereignty!
  • Keep your promises and repeal ObamaCare . . . all of it!

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Crimestoppers/GLAA Slavery Campaign

STC168911 In the Slave-Market at Khartoum (engraving) (b/w photo); by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; English, out of copyright

‘Spot the signs’

 

 

 

 

 

 

Politicians like Comrade Corbyn and Mayor Khan’t may think that slavery is part of cultural enrichment and part of living in a big city, but its still a crime that demands detection and prosecution – Great Britain led the way in outlawing slavery and set aside a large percentage of GDP to buy the freedom of slaves

 

 Crimestoppers partners with the GLAA to tackle slavery in the UK

Transport and Warehousing listed as common industries for exploitation

 Independent charity Crimestoppers is today partnering with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) to help the UK public ‘Spot The Signs’ of slavery in a bid to tackle this growing issue.

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Brits fearful of smart home revolution

SMART HOME SCEPTICS: THREE QUARTERS OF BRITS ARE FEARFUL OF CONNECTED HOMES

  • Smart home tech is predicted to reduce bills and the cost of home insurance – but MoneySuperMarket reveals 76% of Brits are wary of potential risks 
  • Concerns include hacking and unapproved data collection
  • Data also reveals the nation’s dream smart gadgets, including auto-spray devices for cold callers and robot dogs programmed to do chores

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Let’s make President Trump’s tax reform plan a reality

Our “Keep Your Promises” rally in DC this past Saturday was a huge success. Our message was simple: “It’s time for Congress to fulfill its promises.” We made sure our message was heard loud and clear. Speakers included Stephen Moore, C.L. Bryant, and tea party leaders from around the country, among many others. We had a great turnout and we know Members of Congress will be discussing our rally theme this week.

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Ultimaker unveils software strategy to unlock greater 3D printing potential

  • Focused software strategy makes Ultimaker a future-ready solution that continues to deliver greater results over time for individual users and businesses.
  • Ultimaker Cura will be released on October 17th 2017 and offers seamless workflow integration with third party software providers.
  • Cura Connect will be released on November 7th 2017, enables automatic print job scheduling and management for multiple Ultimaker 3D printers.

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Is that it? said Florence

 

 

 

 

British statesman and prime minister Neville Chamberlain (1869 – 1940) at Heston Airport on his return from Munich after meeting with Hitler, making his ‘peace in our time’ address. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dejavu now waiting for the new Churchill to emerge and save Europe once more

 

So, how was it for you, the Florence Flop? For me it was – I realised afterwards – exactly like watching England play football. An inescapable patriotic urge to hope for a good performance, followed by a long, slow realisation that once again it isn’t going to happen, that these people are not as good as they ought to be, that the other team is not going to roll over.

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