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UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe says European Parliament has ignored Luxembourg multi-billion tax scandal to protect Juncker
• The Motion of Censure against the Juncker Commission was today defeated in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. 101 MEPs voted in favour, 461 against, while 88 abstained.
UKIP voted in favour of the motion, the Labour Party voted AGAINST, while Conservative MEPs abstained.
By Ron Levy, Chairman UKIP Colchester Constituency Association
On Wednesday 26th November UKIP Colchester held its Hustings for branch members to select the UKIP Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Colchester Constituency.
Members welcomed four candidates, who each gave a presentation which was followed by a lively question and answer session.
Following a ballot John Pitts was selected and duly adopted to represent UKIP at the General Election in May 2015.
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UKIP Colchester Constituency Association
Posted www.ukip.org on November 26
UKIP Health spokesperson Louise Bours has criticised David Cameron’s response to Mark Reckless first question as a UKIP MP, during Wednesdays PMQs.
She said “Mr Reckless was asking a perfectly sensible question about Medway Hospital. Like all good constituency MPs he was raising an issue that will be of concern to many people in Rochester and Strood”.
She continued “David Cameron’s assertion that UKIP doesn’t believe in the NHS and wants to break it up is a cheap shot, and a downright lie. There is a concerted effort from the established parties to peddle non truths and misinformation about UKIP and the NHS”.
Read full article: Cameron caught lying at PMQs
UKIP Candidate For Avely Tim Aker
Dear Members and Supporters,
Tim Aker MEP is standing in his home ward of Aveley in a crucial Council by-election on December 4th. With just 8 days to go, we need all hands on deck!
The establishment parties are throwing everything at this, and so must we. If we get Tim into the Council chamber, the people of Aveley will have a real local champion – and it will put us in a better position in the area for the General Election next May.
HOW TO GET THERE: It’s a 29 minute train ride from London (Fenchurch Street) to Ockendon where our cars will take you to Aveley for a fun day of campaigning. We will be there on both Saturday and Sunday from 10am. If you’re coming by train, please aim to arrive at Ockendon by 9.30 and get in touch with Pete Smith in advance to coordinate transport: 07814 017 577.
Meeting point by car: Recreation Ground Car Park, Aveley High St, RM15 4AD @ 10am.
By Kevin Lovett
Dates of the Maldon & Chelmsford Hustings; here are the details again:
Maldon FRIDAY 28th November
South Woodham Ferrers Village Hall, 25 Hullbridge Road, SWF CM3 5PL
Candidates: Cllr Tino Callaghan,Beverley Acevedo, Ray Cornish
Chelmsford MONDAY 1st December
The Bell Centre, Bell St., Gt Baddow, Chelmsford CM2 7JS
Candidates: Beverley Acevedo, Cllr Tino Callaghan, Ray Cornish & Mark Gough
Please assemble from 7pm for a 7:30pm sharp start, and have some questions to grill the candidates…
Please Note: 38 Degrees is a campaign enabling organisation and their views do not necessarily reflect those of UKIP. That said please also note many UKIP members and supporters and other ordinary Brits of all political parties, faiths and beliefs are waiting for the Chilcott enquiry to be released with growing impatience.
Submitted By John Theedom
From: Megan Bentall – 38 Degrees email@example.com
Sent: 24 November 2014 15:34
To: JOHN THEEDOM
Subject: Honouring Tony Blair
Tony Blair – a global legacy of saving children?
That probably isn’t what he’s known for to most of us. But children’s charity Save the Children have given him an award saying just that. 
Miranda, a 38 Degrees member, has started a petition calling on Save the Children to take back the award. She doesn’t think the man who took the UK to war in Iraq should be given an award for services to children.
Published 18 Nov, ukipmeps.org
“UKIP promised at the beginning of this mandate to be ‘EU rebels with a cause’, to hold the Commission to account and this censure motion shows that we mean business.” – UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe
• A motion of censure of the European Commission has today been submitted to the President of the European Parliament, in a move spearheaded by members of the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group (EFDD) and other MEPs. The signatures of the required 76 members of the European Parliament were handed in to the office of President Schulz today. Forty-four signatures from the EFDD Group and 32 from non-attached members.
From THE PRESS OFFICE OF The Lord Stoddart of Swindon (Independent Labour)
18th November 2014
In response to a written question from the independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon (Hansard 17.11.14), the Government has confirmed that by the end of the current financial year, it will have spent more than £50 billion (net) on contributions to the EU budget, since David Cameron came to power.
Responding for the Government, the Commercial Secretary to the Treasury, Lord Deighton said: ‘The United Kingdom’s net contributions to the EU Budget over the period 2009-10 to 2013-14 were £41.1 billion. The current forecast for 2014-15 by the Office for Budget Responsibility is £9.1 billion.’
By Kevin Lovett
A reminder for all members
Ladies and Gents as you are aware we are now selecting the candidates to stand for UKIP in next years General Election .
The process takes place via a HUSTING/MEETING of UKIP members who live in and have the right to vote in that Constituency. The Husting is a chance to hear the views and thoughts of those who wish to be YOUR UKIP candidate and representative in next years General Election .
We have completed the first husting at WITHAM and the members in that constituency selected local resident Gary Cockrill ahead of two other very good candidates . It was a very good meeting with good presentations from the candidates and then there was a question and answer session for the candidates with questions coming not only from the chairman but also from the members present who had an opportunity to ask the candidates their views on subjects that are of interest to them.