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John Ward – The Saturday Essay : UKIP – It’s Easy When You Don’t Know How – 4 May 2013

John Ward(Lucas : Even if Farage is doing great in his anti-EU criticism building unity is not seeking the old division and separation and having some group as black sheep and us again. Get out of your polarities!)

If you fancy Jeremy Hunt as Prime Minister, vote UKip

The last two days have been, without doubt, the best ever for UKip. They took a quarter of a national vote about local issues – an excellent performance, and one that fits well with their general devolutionary story: ‘UKIP stands for bringing back power to the people; for decisions made locally, not nationally; for common-sense policies that make people’s lives easier, and government that does what the people need, and no more’. I buy into those aims 100%. The only thing that’s missing is the chance for them to show how, with Council control, they can put their aims into practice. This is an important step when you consider what UKip promises to do, given the chance: Continue reading