UKIP – What We Stand For

WHAT DOES UKIP STAND FOR ? UKIP firmly believes that the best people to govern Britain are the British people themselves, through their democratically elected parliament at Westminster. It is …

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UKIP – A Brief History

UKIP – A BRIEF HISTORY UKIP (the United Kingdom Independence Party) was founded in 1993 by a group in the Anti-Federalist League, opposed to the Conservative government’s signing of the …

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Out of the EU… into The World…

The world’s major economic growth is now happening outside the EU. The Commonwealth has 53 countries with 2.2 billion people (one quarter of the world’s population). Many of its nations …

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Growing Army of Under 30’s Supporting UKIP in Dorset…

The 31st January 2015 saw a cold and windy day in Bath, but didn’t dampen the spirits of Young Independence members and guests from across the South West. Speakers at …

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UKIP Mid Dorset & N Poole Host Public Meeting – Canford Heath    6th February 2016

UKIP deputy chair Suzanne Evans and North Dorset’s Steve Unwin speaking to a packed meeting on how and why the UK would thrive as a sovereign nation and be better off OUT of the EU. …

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Getting Your Voice Heard Locally…

UKIP members supporting residents in Swanage on 13th January 2013, in a peaceful protest against the proposal for the Navitus coastal wind park. Local residents organised the protest to give …

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Time For Change – Time To Make A Difference

 

The UK Independence Party ( UKIP ) was formed in 1993. It has continually developed sound and practical policies on national and local issues.

Media coverage has been changeable – not for the lack of UKIP activity but the preference of media. Good news is often hidden or ignored whilst anything deemed politically incorrect or awkward, is highlighted.

UKIP sent MEPs to the European Parliament so that we could learn the truth about what was going on and try to have some influence within the European Union. We learned that the European Parliament cannot initiate, but only vote on directives. Our MEPs have brought home knowledge and experience of what is really going on and had some influence on other Member State citizens.

UKIP MEPs, Councillors, members and supporters actively promote the Party through local and national campaigns, elections, public meetings and social media.

Our Councillors work hard for their communities and many have helped in very practical ways to keep services going e.g. cleaning public toilets in Ramsey.

In May 2014, UKIP won the European Elections with a total of 4,376,635 votes nationally. This proves that a system of Proportional Representation allocates seats in a much fairer way than the First Past the Post system.

Local issues affecting residents in the Mid Dorset & North Poole constituency include :

  • Large scale housing development;
  • Cuts in policing, NHS provision, and bus routes;
  • Closure of public toilets;
  • Rising costs of parking;
  • Garden refuse collection.

Some of these issues stem from EU directives, others are a consequence of wasteful use of public money and resources and a lack of clear priorities for the country and local communities.

Towns, villages, and communities within the Mid Dorset & North Poole constituency include:

  • Wimborne
  • Colehill
  • Corfe Mullen
  • Merley
  • Bearwood
  • Broadstone
  • Canford Heath
  • Lytchett Matravers
  • Lytchett Minster
  • Upton
  • Holton Heath
  • Sandford
  • Wareham
  • Bere Regis
  • Bloxworth
  • Morden

UKIP is a patriotic party that values freedom, democracy and independence of the individual and country. Help us improve our communities by electing our candidates – to use their skills, experience and ideas from various trades, professions, small business and self employment.
  

Only UKIP will return self-government to the British people

  

Keen to make a difference? Apply for membership here

  

David Kurten – UKIP London Assembly Member – Speech at UKIP Conference September 2018

www.davidkurten.net