Monthly Archives: December 2014

Not so, Barroso!

On December 30th I got a call from LBC, asking if I could appear on their breakfast show next day at 8:30 on the 31st to comment on ex-Commission President Barroso’s recent remarks about Britain in Europe.   Then in the … Continue reading

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Only UKIP can address the causes of Britain’s challenges

John Longworth, Director General of the BCC John Longworth, the Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has written to political leaders (including, I believe, Nigel Farage) asking them to avoid “tawdry politics” in the run-up to next May’s … Continue reading

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Green policies drive up emissions

It’s the holiday season.  So a web-site called “Science2.0” has come up with a helpful list of twelve ways to respond to those infuriating climate change deniers that you’re likely to meet in the bar while on holiday. Not the top … Continue reading

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Roger Helmer – BBC Newsnight

Watch my interview with Evan Davis on BBC Newsnight – “So the question for any Ukip supporter who has a reasonable issue here is: would you rather this money, which is British taxpayers’ money, was given to one of the German … Continue reading

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So what would Enoch Powell do?

And indeed why does it matter? I was not very surprised when the Telegraph came up on Dec 13th with a story that twenty years ago, Nigel Farage had invited (or “begged”, as they span it) Enoch Powell to endorse … Continue reading

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ETS: A Dog’s Breakfast

Amber Rudd MP I received today a letter from Amber Rudd MP, who appears to be “Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change”.  As energy prices are through the roof, and blackouts are threatened for the winter, … Continue reading

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Europe and You

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