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05-Apr-2017
Press Release

In response to the European Parliament’s joint resolution from the main federalist groups UKIP proposed 14 separate amendments to protect British interests, from controlling immigration to protecting Gibraltar’s sovereignty. All of these amendments were voted down today with help from Labour MEPs.

Paul Nuttall MEP and UKIP leader commented: “For once it would have been nice for British MEPs to put aside petty party political differences to ensure Britain’s best interests would be served. Needless to say Labour MEPs just couldn’t play nice and voted against protecting Gibraltar from an ever more antagonistic Spain, controlling EU immigration post-Brexit and even to actively disadvantage Britain by not allowing us to pursue free trade deals.”

“I always expected an anti-British attitude from the Euro-federalists but to see it from British Labour MEPs is disappointing. We know their leader won’t even sing the national anthem but why don’t we all start playing for Team GB in Brussels and Strasbourg?”
05-Apr-2017
Gibraltar is not on the negotiating table, let us make that fact clear to Mr Tusk, and we can then hopefully get on with the real task of negotiating Brexit - UKIP MEP James Carver.

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James Carver, UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth spokesman, today condemned the incursion of the Spanish warship the ‘Infanta Cristina’.

“I find it incredible that shortly after the Spanish Foreign Minister has called for calm, the Spanish government order their warship to illegally enter British sovereign territory in an attempt to frighten and bully the people of Gibraltar” stated Mr Carver, continuing that “I am not surprised, however this is the 100th incursion since 2014, and follows a pattern of Spanish contempt for the Law of the Sea and more widely, international agreements that do not suit their narrow, self -serving agenda.

Carver agreed with Gibraltar Chief Minister Picardo that Spanish pressure on the European Council to make Gibraltar a pawn in the Brexit negotiations was a ‘disgraceful attempt to manipulate the European Council for its own narrow political interests and a clear manifestation of the predictably predatory attitude of Spain towards Gibraltar’.

“In 2002 the people of Gibraltar voted by 99% to 1% to keep Spain out of Gibraltar affairs. They could not make it clearer that they do not want Spain involved in their internal affairs. Whilst I understand that Spain has only recently embraced democracy they must pay heed to the almost unanimous decision of the people of Gibraltar. And the European Union should not play games with the future of Gibraltar and its people. They need to negotiate with the UK in good faith, not play sordid little games at the behest of a country that has a long history of promoting its own narrow interests wherever and whenever it can.

03-Apr-2017
Press release

Responding to calls from Theresa May today for closer ties with Saudi Arabia, UKIP's Women's and Equalities spokeswoman, Margot Parker MEP said:

"Whilst visiting Saudi Arabia, we call on the Prime Minister to raise the issue of horrific human rights abuse which takes place in that state every day.

"Theresa May must convey to the Saudi authorities that women are not second class citizens.

"To ignore brutal abuses on women and the flagrant discrimination against religious minorities in Saudi Arabia is to condone what is going on in this brutal regime.

"She would not put up with it in the U.K., so why in the Middle East?

"This double standard on her part is unacceptable. People expect better from the Prime Minister of the UK."

30-Mar-2017
"If this is what Juncker calls diplomacy, he needs to take a long hard look at himself." - UKIP MEP Nigel Farage, EFDD Group Leader.

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Responding to comments today, by Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, that the EU will campaign to break up the USA if Trump continues to support Brexit and other countries leaving, UKIP MEP Nigel Farage said:

"Juncker has made a complete fool of himself. He clearly does not understand the difference between the EU and the United States of America.

"One was formed by consent while the other is being imposed.

"The US is an organically formed nation with a single language and similar culture while the cultural and linguistic differences in the EU are immense.

15-Mar-2017
I look forward to seeing Labour MPs representing ‘Leave’ constituencies explaining to their electorates why they find it appropriate for us to continue paying billions of pounds to the EU post-Brexit - Jonathan Arnott MEP

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Today, Labour MEPs voted against a UKIP amendment that called for the Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), which is due to be renewed in 2020, not to include any UK contributions or entail any legal obligations on the UK regarding its liabilities. The amendment was defeated 558 votes to 83.

UKIP MEP and member of the Budgetary Control Committee Jonathan Arnott commented:

“The Labour Party are ignoring and disrespecting the Brexit referendum result.  It’s a wholesale betrayal of British taxpayers and a surrender to the Federalist fanatics.

They are evidently planning for us to continue footing the EU bill for years and years to come.
15-Mar-2017
I also agree with Frau Merkel for the first time when she spoke about a two speed Europe coming down the line. It’s true. There is going to be a two speed Europe; there’s going to be Britain with Brexit in the fast lane and all you guys going in reverse - UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP

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Speaking today in the Strasbourg European Parliament plenary debate on the conclusions of the European Council meeting, UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP urged caution in the midst of the Treaty of Rome celebrations and stressed that despite the motives behind the origins of the European Union being noble, it has evolved into a ‘political monster’ which wants to destroy the nation state.

Paul Nuttall MEP stated: “What began as a noble economic plan has evolved into a political monster, egged on by successive eurocrats who are hungry for ever more power and determined to destroy the nation state and what continues to amaze me is that you never learn. You talk about an existential crisis but you say what is needed is even more EU, you are fiddling whilst the Treaty of Rome burns.”

The UKIP leader also addressed the issue of Turkey by saying, “Turkey under Erdogan is moving towards a theocracy akin to the Middle East, it has nothing in common with the democracies of Europe and therefore Turkey should never ever should be allowed to join the European Union.”
14-Feb-2017
The European Union has no future at all in its current form.

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Today in the European Parliament in Strasbourg on the ‘Future of the EU’ debate Nigel Farage MEP pointed out to European leaders that their voters are taking far harder positions on issues than they are. Voters want less Europe and less immigration from Muslim countries, and this will lead to the global 2016 revolution continuing into 2017.

Nigel Farage MEP stated: “But at the heart of it is a fundamental point, Mr Verhofstadt this morning said that people want more Europe; they don’t, the people want less Europe. And we see this again and again when people have referendums and they reject aspects of EU membership.”

“Just twenty percent want us to keep on allowing people in from Muslim countries, which means your voters have a harder line position on this than Donald Trump, or myself or frankly any party sitting in this Parliament and that is where we’re going.

01-Feb-2017
“Let us invite President Trump to come here, to this European Parliament. I’m sure as democrats you’d all agree that what we need to do is to have an open dialogue with the newly elected, most powerful man in the world” - UKIP MEP and EFDD Group President Nigel Farage

Press Release

Speaking today in a debate in the European Parliament chamber in Brussels on the recent travel restrictions imposed by President Trump, Nigel Farage MEP called on the European Parliament to invite Trump to come and address the chamber whilst blasting the hypocrisy of EU leaders for their criticisms of Trump though ignoring similar actions elsewhere.

Nigel Farage MEP said, “Trump is motivated by protecting the United States of America from Islamic terrorism, whereas what has happened in this room and governments around Europe is you have welcomed this people into your own homes.”

“But I want to ask you Mr Verhofstadt, and all the others, with your faux outrage today, where were you when Obama, in 2011, banned any Iraqi from going into the country for six months? Why do I hear no criticism in this chamber or from the Commission of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain and others who have refused to take a single, not one, refugee or displaced person from Syria?”

Mr Farage also called on the European Parliament to invite Trump to speak to them in Brussels.
18-Jan-2017
“It is clear that Britain is going global as a result of that momentous vote on June 23rd. I believe that we have a great future ahead of us.” - UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP

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British Labour Party is a shambles that has let down working class people for far too long said UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall.

Today, in the Strasbourg plenary debate on the European Council Conclusions UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP responded to Prime Minister May’s Brexit objectives and made it clear that Britain is not a country that will be bullied easily by EU negotiators.

Speaking in the debate Paul Nuttall MEP stated:

“No-one in Britain bar UKIP, my party, is holding the government to account on these issues, maybe because the British Labour Party is a shambles that has let down working class people for far too long.”

“So I say to the EU negotiators, now is not the time for empty threats.”

“Britain is not bluffing, Britain will not be bullied. Britain is not some sort of small nation on the peripheries of Europe. We are the United Kingdom. The fifth largest economy on the planet. We have links all over the globe: to the Anglosphere, the Commonwealth, the emerging markets of the Far East.”
17-Jan-2017
As Home Secretary, Theresa May always talked tough but failed to deliver. I challenge her to change the habit of a political lifetime and actually deliver this time - UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall

Responding to Theresa May's Brexit speech today, UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall said from the European Parliament, Strasbourg :

“Some of it did sound like a UKIP conference speech and she’s now applying some of the things that we’ve been talking about for many, many years.

“I am concerned that what we’re getting is some sort of slow-motion Brexit where she is speaking about interim measures, or a transitional period, which will only begin after April 2019. She has given no end date to these transitional measures. I challenge the Prime Minister; let’s have this all done and clean before the next General Election in 2020.

On a positive note I would probably give a 7/10 today. Good marks for saying we are leaving the EU's Single Market and stopping mass immigration.

“However, the vital issues of leaving the European Court of Human Rights and taking back control of our fishing waters have been left out completely.
04-Jan-2017
The last thing we need is another career diplomat wearing a Brussels jersey - UKIP Brexit spokesman, Gerard Batten MEP

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Foreign Office political director Tim Barrow has been appointed as Ivan Rogers’ replacement as EU ambassador. Who is he? A career diplomat of 30 years who was the ambassador to Russia and head of the FCO’s Russia section, as well previously serving in two senior positions in Brussels.

Response from UKIP Brexit spokesman, MEP Gerard Batten:

“This appointment is a disappointment because the last thing we need is another career diplomat wearing a Brussels jersey.

The Foreign Office (FCO) needs a complete and revolutionary shakeup for it must begin to reflect the stated desire of the British people to leave the EU.

We need to remove career diplomats who have been so spectacularly unsuccessful in protecting British interests for the last 44 years.
03-Jan-2017
Press Release

Gerard Batten MEP, UKIP's Brexit spokesman has welcomed the resignation of the the UK's Ambassador to the EU, and has made a suggestion for his replacement.

“UKIP welcomes the resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers as  the UK’s Ambassador to the EU.

“Sir Ivan had done the decent thing and stood down from an untenable position.  If Mrs May were serious about leaving the EU she would have removed him long before.

“Sir Ivan is a Europhile who could not be expected to represent Britain’s national interest in the withdrawal process, which is long overdue in starting and which now needs to be pursued in earnest.

“Mrs May should not fill this post with a new Ambassador until we have Repealed the European Communities Act (1972) and returned supremacy of law-making to the UK Parliament.

“She should instead appoint committed Brexiteers to posts of talking to the European Union about how Britain intends to leave under our terms and under our law.
14-Dec-2016
Press Release

Today, the European Parliament in Strasbourg, including Labour MEPs, passed a report concerning market access to port services and financial transparency. This would provide a platform for the EU to interfere with many UK ports as the majority of our ports, unlike continental Europe, are privately run.

Jill Seymour MEP and UKIP transport spokesperson commented:

“Our ports provide a competitive and market driven choice and this regulation will cause direct harm to the industry.

“Labour voters across the country will be disgusted to hear their MEPs have voted through this report. Their job-destroying ability knows no bounds and it seems our successful port industry, worth 300,000 jobs, are now their prime target. Unusually we were lobbied by both port owners and union workers and both groups were united in their opposition against this destructive legislation.

“Britain has a long and proud history trading with the world, a relationship which will now flourish post-Brexit, and our ports are the doors to our prosperity.”
14-Dec-2016
Speaking in the European Parliament, Strasbourg today in the presence of Jean Claude Juncker,

UKIP MEP Nigel Farage wished participants of a debate about forthcoming European Council a Merry Christmas, saying that Brexit brought three great gifts for all.

The three gifts he pinpointed were the Brexit vote, the Trump triumph and the Italian rebellion.

He said that believers in nation state democracy are looking forward to an exciting New Year when the democratic revolution will continue.

Responding to Brussels demands for an EU army, Farage said this, not a Trump victory would be a threat to NATO.

In response to a question from MEP Sophie in 't Veld, he called for politicised British judges to stand down from any Brexit court cases.

13-Dec-2016
Smaller political groups, most of which are Eurosceptic, will have less ability to make amendments to the laws that impact on peoples’ lives...This shows Federalist contempt for the electorates of Europe." - UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP

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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.
01-Dec-2016
The British taxpayer stomped up a net £11.1 billion to the EU in 2016. The quicker we leave the EU the more money we will save - UKIP MEP Jonathan Arnott

Press Release

Today in the European Parliament plenary in Brussels MEPs voted through an overall budget increase for the European Union of 1.7 percent. The budget will be set at just over €157 billion, an increase from last year of €2.5 billion.

UKIP MEP Jonathan Arnott and member of the Budgetary Control committee commented:

“All EU officials have just been given a 3.3 percent salary increase and now they have an austerity-defying EU budget increase of over 2 billion pounds. The EU’s Christmas stocking is already bursting, I suppose after 2016 they could use some good news.”

“UKIP has had amendment after amendment calling for budget reductions thrown out by Labour and Tory MEPs. When will they realise the British people voted for this exact thing to stop? OBR figures show that the British taxpayer stomped up a net £11.1 billion to the EU in 2016. The quicker we leave the EU the more money we will save.”
29-Nov-2016
Popular UKIP North West MEP Paul Nuttall has been appointed as new leader of UKIP (28.11.2016) with the biggest mandate in the history of the Party on a pledge of unity as we head towards a Brexit Britain.

Winning a comprehensive victory, Paul announced: "The country needs a strong UKIP more than ever before. If UKIP is to be an electoral force, there will be an impetus on Theresa May and her government to give us a real Brexit.

"I want to replace the Labour Party and make UKIP the patriotic voice of working people."

Paul becomes the ninth leader of the Party since its formation in 1993.

On accepting his new position, he confirmed the Party's chairman as Paul Oakden, who has been in the role since August and announced his Deputy Leader as Peter Whittle, the Party's leader in the London Assembly. Patrick O'Flynn MEP will act as Principal Political Advisor to the new leader.
22-Nov-2016
By voting to ‘unleash the full potential’ of an EU army it has become a frightening reality and one that will have a direct cost to the UK taxpayer.” - UKIP’s Defence Spokesman Mike Hookem MEP

Press Release

Today (22.11.2016) the European Parliament in Strasbourg passed a detailed report by Urmas Paet calling for a far greater level of EU military integration. Within the proposals are calls for EU taxation to ‘foster defence cooperation’, calls for members to make ‘binding defence commitments’ to an EU army and also for the EU to ‘unleash the full potential’ of the Lisbon treaty in terms of defence integration.

Mike Hookem MEP UKIP’s Defence Spokesman commented:

“Clegg’s labelling of an EU army as a ‘dangerous fantasy’ is now as discredited as his party. By voting to ‘unleash the full potential’ of an EU army it has become a frightening reality and one that will have a direct cost to the UK taxpayer.”

“The calls for the immediate acceleration of this level of integration are a clear threat to our sovereignty and ability to control our own armed forces. There is every chance this could be forced through before we leave the EU and that subversion of the British people’s will is disgraceful.”
26-Oct-2016
Brexit will not cause UK trade 'disruption' says WTO boss

Responding to comments by the head of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Roberto Azevedo, who dismissed fears that Britain could suffer trade disruptions during or after its negotiations with the EU, UKIP MEP for the East of England Patrick O’Flynn said: “Project Fear is in real trouble because the basic facts are on Britain’s side when it comes to international trade.

“It is very encouraging to see Roberto Azevedo, the director general of the World Trade Organisation, make clear that it will be straightforward for Britain to resume its independent seat on that body and that there will be no seizing-up of international trade.

“Britain is in a very strong Brexit negotiating position as the eurozone’s biggest global export market and also given our huge trade deficit with the EU as a whole.
26-Oct-2016
Press Release

Today (26/10/2016) in the European Parliament Nigel Farage MEP, speaking in the conclusions of the European Council debate, confronted the British and European establishment that is stalling on Brexit. He stated that the British referendum is something they cannot ignore and that it is in everyone’s mutual interest to get on with it and secure a sensible, tariff-free trade deal.

Nigel Farage MEP commented: “Frankly the whole thing is a disgrace and it’s even worse that it is supported by quislings in the British parliament, people like Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband, who are desperate to keep Britain inside this awful Single Market. Well I’m sorry but it simply isn’t going to happen.

“If you think by delaying Brexit, if you think by stopping Brexit, you are going to help your own businesses, your own industries, you’re wrong. It is in the mutual interest of all of us to get on with this and conclude a sensible, straight-forward, tariff-free deal.”


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VIDEO SECTION


13 APR 2017: Stuart Agnew: EU rules making it impossible for organic farmers to operate (AGRI committee, 12.04.2017)


13 APR 2017: Stuart Agnew: 30bln euros a year trying to improve the world's weather by reducing greenhouse gases from the EU (AGRI committee, 12.04.2017)


12 APR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Limestone and calcium deposits in Europe possibly unfit for agriculture? (AGRI committee)


12 APR 2017: Jonathan Arnott questions Hungarian nominee for Court of Auditors (Budgetary Control committee)


12 APR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Global Warming: Assured by Prof. Hook, Dr Line and Mr Sinker (AGRI committee, 11.04.2017)


12 APR 2017:
Stuart Agnew: Field-scale trials tell us something, lab tests and Green lobby tell us little (AGRI committee, 11.04.2017)


11 APR 2017:
Stuart Agnew: Correctly defining 'consumer' according to EU law (TRAN committee)


06 APR 2017: Tim Aker: EU top-down agenda forces changes that no one voted for


05 APR 2017:
Roger Helmer: EU once again abandoning free markets in favour of central planning


05 APR 2017: Tim Aker: Those you call 'populists' are patriots


05 APR 2017: Nathan Gill: Brexit: Unreasonable demands will get you nowhere (Explanations of Vote)


05 April 2017: James Carver: What 'British aggression' over Gibraltar?! (Point of Order)


05 APR 2017: Nigel Farage: A sensible deal in the spirit of good neighbourliness


05 APR 2017: Paul Nuttall: A solution to prevent Gibraltar being used as a pawn in Brexit talks


05 APR 2017: Nigel Farage: We're being given a ransom note


04 APR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: EU accounting ruse is now a whole knotted mess


04 APR 2017: David Coburn: EU report on migrant movements aimed at shutting down reasoned debate


04 APR 2017: David Coburn: An open-door Europe with lots of Jihadis (Bluecard to EPP MEP McAllister)


04 APR 2017: James Carver: EU report condemns ban on migrant jihadists returning from Syria


04 APR 2017: Julia Reid: Avoiding EU bureaucracy in the medical devices sector


04 APR 2017: David Coburn: Sturgeon's desire to emulate Greece beggars belief


04 APR 2017: Bill Etheridge: How far is too far a regulation? (Bluecard question to EPP MEP Schwab)


04 APR 2017: Margot Parker: Another opportunity to engulf us in more EU legislation


03 APR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Relying on the EU's hack-up process of food traceability


03 APR 2017: Julia Reid: Rainforests sacrificed on the altar of 'antropogenic global warming'


03 APR 2017: Margot Parker: Criminals using EU system for human trafficking


03 APR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Unelected EU bodies a major failing


23 MAR 2017: James Carver: Foreign Affairs committee meeting with U.S. head of Mission to the EU (Foreign Affairs committee, 21.03.2017)


23 MAR 2017: David Coburn: What of Nicola Sturgeon's latest fantasy, Mr Commissioner? (Fisheries ommittee)


23 MAR 2017: David Coburn: Full Brexit the only way to escape EU's Common Fisheries Policy (Fisheries committee, 22.03.2017)


23 MAR 2017: Mike Hookem: Stolen Seas: Brexit is an opportunity to right a grevious wrong (Fisheries committee, 22.03.2017)


22 MAR 2017: David Coburn: Will the ECB chief Mario Draghi respond to questions on conflict of interest? (ECON commoittee, 21.03.2017)


22 MAR 2017: Stuart Agnew: When the EU Commission guarantees food safety (AGRI committee, 21.03.2017)


22 MAR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Agricultural subsidies can work against the market (AGRI committee, 21.02.2017)


22 MAR 2017:
Stuart Agnew: EU wants farmers to monitor and report greenhouse gas emissions (AGRI committee, 21.03.2016)


21 MAR 2017: Stuart Agnew: A 'sustainable' debate that goes on and on and on... (AGRI Committee, 20.03.2017)


21 MAR 2017:
Stuart Agnew: Importing food from outside the EU that we are banned to grow inside the EU (AGRI committee, 20.03.2017)


21 MAR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Solving the challenge of Black Grass - AGRI committee (AGRI committee, 20.03.2017)


21 MAR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Reverting to methods that produce less food will kill more people (AGRI committee, 20.03.2017)


16 MAR 2017: Julia Reid: Cooperation between NGOs and migrant smugglers benefits Islamic extremism


16 MAR 2017: David Coburn: Search & rescue NGOs colluding with migrant smugglers in the Mediterranean


16 MAR 2017: David Coburn: The sloppiest piece of proposed legislation


16 MAR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Philippines: the case of senator Leila M. De Lima


16 MAR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Zimbabwe: the case of Pastor Evan Mawarire


16 MAR 2017: Mike Hookem: EU fisheries report ensures that the UK will remain under the hegemony of the CFP


15 MAR 2017:
Patrick O'Flynn: Idea of a common European defence identity is pure folly


15 MAR 2017: David Coburn: Great fear that the EU will become an Orwellian nightmare (Bluecard Question to Socialist MEP Atondo)


15 MAR 2017: David Coburn: This place can not call itself the Mother of European Democracy (Bluecard Question to Liberal MEP Marinho)


15 MAR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Which is it going to be: Orwellian group-think or Democracy?


15 MAR 2017: Gerard Batten: The more Islam you have in Western populations, the more terrorism you will get


15 MAR 2017: James Carver calls attention to tragic drought across the Horn of Africa


15 MAR 2017: Paul Nuttall: You are fiddling whilst the Treaty of Rome burns


14 MAR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Two ways for Brexit


14 MAR 2017: David Coburn: Unknowing socialists failing the citizens of Europe


14 MAR 2014: David Coburn: The EU's corporatist agenda to maintain Europe's tax cartel


14 MAR 2017: Julia Reid: Further harmonisation of agri food chain rules means more EU control


14 MAR 2017: Raymond Finch: It is not for the European Parliament to tell the American government what to do


14 MAR 2017: Stuart Agnew: Farmers 'income insurance' is a nice easy word  (AGRI, 13.03.2017)


14 MAR 2017:
Stuart Agnew: Food safety hypocrisy (AGRI committee, 13.03.2017)


14 MAR 2017: William Dartmouth: How does the European Parliament's Brexit negotiator fulfill his role? (Point of Order)


14 MAR 2017: Julia Reid: EU 'circular economy' legislation binds only the EU


13 MAR 2017:
Margot Parker: The UK does not need the EU for women's rights


13 MAR 2017: Julia Reid: Restricting exposure to mercury


07 MAR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: EU promotion of Internet connectivity in local communities (Budgets committee, 06.03.2017)


02 MAR 2017: Patrick O'Flynn: You're wasting your time and our money


01 MAR 2017: Roger Helmer: Green energy is eating its own tail


01 MAR 2017: Jonathan Arnott: Gender balance among EU judges not a valid target


01 MAR 2017: Raymond Finch: EU treating expats as bargaining chips


01 MAR 2017: Gerard Batten: Thousands of unaccompanied migrant children victims of open-borders racket


01 MAR 2017: Gerard Batten: More EU power to solve the problems EU created


27 FEB 2017: Stuart Agnew: The collectivisation of the EU milk market


27 FEB 2017: Stuart Agnew: Greenhouse gas contradictions (AGRI committee)


17 FEB 2017: Paul Nuttall: Hijacked Labour has nothing in common with the working class communities it's supposed to represent (UKIP Conference, Bolton - with intro by UKIP Chairman Paul Oakden)


17 FEB 2017: Nigel Farage: UKIP is a radical party, or it is nothing! (UKIP Conference, Bolton)

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