Author Archives: rogeroffice

Energy policy speech

Speaking on energy policy and the vital importance of UKIP post-Brexit referendum in George Street, Westminster. The first part of the speech is above and continues below:  

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VOTE BREXIT. VOTE HELMER.

Last year, voters in South Leicestershire backed Brexit by 60/40 on a strong turnout of 76%.  Yet most of the candidates for the General Election are against Brexit.  Just twelve months ago, the Tory was campaigning for Remain. The Lib … Continue reading

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Those local election results – Sunday Politics Show

You can see my interview with Tim Iredale, (above), on The Sunday Politics Show (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire by clicking this link, (about 44 minutes in).  

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Brussels doesn’t understand “Independence”

The guiding principles agreed by the EU 27 with regard to the Brexit negotiations include the extraordinary proposition that the rights of EU citizens in the post-Brexit UK should be adjudicated by the ECJ, whose writ would then, at least … Continue reading

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“Identity bilingualism”

My response to a letter I received from Russell Blair  Mr Blair invited me to publicise his ideas, which I am happy to do – http://www.identitybilingualism.com Dear Russell, Thank you for your letter of February 28th, with attachments, which has … Continue reading

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Energy: What we should be doing post-Brexit

The EU has long been committed to “the fight against global warming”.  In this context it has created a series of measures, most of which increase energy costs for industry and for households.  The result has been to force millions … Continue reading

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Sunday Politics Show

See my appearance on The Sunday Politics Show East Midlands – click here – 45 minutes in.

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