12 NOV 2010
By Michael Heaver | Independence Home
The practical merger of the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats could lead one to argue that by support at General Elections, UKIP is now the third Party in British politics. Yet it simply doesn’t get the respect it deserves when it comes to comment and analysis.
Yes, the Party is most well known for its stance on the EU and immigration. But long ago did the Party cease to be singularly-focused on matters relating directly to the EU.
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