How the Common Fisheries Policy is recolonising the Third World
By Ray Finch MEP, Member of the EFDD Group in the European Parliament
Co-ordinator on the Fisheries Committee.
Letter from Nigel Farage
“SINCE the dawn of civilisation, the concept of property,
of exclusive ownership, has brought it with slavery. If
possessions, land and animals could be private property
then so could people.”
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By Paul Nuttal, UKIP Leader
The cost of the European Union is one of the strongest arguments for British withdrawal. At the moment we are handing over £55 million every single day to this organisation.
Meanwhile, the EU has not had its accounts signed off by auditors for nearly twenty years. Questions of waste and extravagance will be at the centre of the referendum campaign.
This booklet seeks to highlight a number of examples where the EU wastes the hard earned cash of its citizens.
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By Louise Bours, MEP and EFDD member
All politicians are accused of spouting hot air. Within the European Parliament building in Brussels it’s like a furnace. While not every conversation that takes place there is entirely without merit, very often it invokes Nero fiddling while Rome burns.
Too often the parliamentary committees find themselves bogged down in needless debate about issues the EU has no control over, need not have control over, and, more importantly, should never have
This booklet looks at some of the recent work of two European
Parliament committees – the Committee on Culture and Education and the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality.
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Many present and former UKIP supporters have been shamed by the party leadership debacle. Nigel Farage’s premature resignation triggered a catalogue of mismanaged, inept and amateurish behaviour putting the party on a path to self destruction.
UK voters got a glimpse of UKIP’s anarchic tribal inner workings and rightly drew the conclusion that they were not fit for government. UKIP’s seemingly unstoppable march to bickering rabble status allied to the Labour Party’s suicidal move to the left means the Liberal Democrats now form the only credible party with the organisation and membership to mount some semblance of a challenge to the ascendant Conservatives under May.
The following UKIP Daily Story illustrates the at times incomprehensible management of the party and also explains to some extent why UKIP is incapable of building a party worthy of government.
Read full story at UKIP Daily: Could UKIP be decimated in May?
Published UKIP.ORG Jan 18, 2017
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall MEP told the European Parliament today that Britain is not a country that will be bullied easily by EU negotiators, following Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement of her Brexit objectives.
He also criticised the lack of response from Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour and its demise as the party of working people.
Watch Paul Nuttal’s EU Parliament speech below…
MEPs dangerously pushing legislation out of public view and hampering transparency
Published UKIP.ORG Dec 13, 2016
Responding to the passing of the Corbett Report in the European Parliament today in Strasbourg, UKIP leader Paul Nuttall said: “This is an explosively dangerous move by the big groups in the European Parliament because it reduces the public visibility of important legislative votes and transfers huge amounts of decision-making power to behind closed doors.
“Though on the surface, a technical report, it will mean that more and more legislation will be fast-tracked without proper public deliberation onto so-called Trilogue meetings of the Commission, Council and Parliament.
“There will be less votes in public view, and smaller political groups, most of which are Eurosceptic, will have less ability to make amendments to the laws that impact on peoples’ lives. Eurosceptic groups will thus be denied an even playing field and a fair book of rules. This shows Federalist contempt for the electorates of Europe.”
The report on the general revision of Parliament’s Rules of Procedure can be found here.
Published UKIP.ORG Dec 08, 2016
Bill Etheridge MEP, UKIP Defence Spokesman, has revealed his disappointment in the lack of thought put into the scrapping of HMS Illustrious.
“Lusty” as she was known to her crew is en route to a Turkish scrapyard, where she will be broken up for scrap like her elder sister HMS Invincible before her. The light aircraft carrier, which served in the aftermath of the Falklands War, was sold for a derisory £2 million despite efforts to preserve her as a hotel of floating museum. It also leaves the UK without an aircraft carrier for some time. Its replacement, HMS Queen Elizabeth II is not due to carry out sea trials until the New Year and HMS Prince of Wales is still in construction. Aircraft for the vessels are expected to begin trials in 2018.
Mr Etheridge said “It seems rather poor planning that we scrap this famous carrier when its replacements are not yet complete. It is yet another example of successive governments not caring about our naval power.
“I am also extremely saddened that an alternative use could not have been found for this famous ship and I question whether the authorities properly explored the other options.”
Read at UKIP.ORG: HERE