UKIP to hold public meeting in Wirral

Wirral Globe: UKIP's deputy leader Paul Nuttall UKIP's deputy leader Paul Nuttall

A PUBLIC meeting is to be held by UKIP on the Wirral this Saturday, March 15.

The party's deputy leader, Paul Nuttall, will be the guest speaker at the event, which is free to attend.

Mr Nuttall, who is a regular guest on national television and radio programmes including BBC’s "Question Time" is UKIP’s MEP for the North West.

The meeting will be at the Queen's Royal Hotel, The Promenade, New Brighton, with doors opening at 11.30 am for a noon start.

Also speaking will be Steven Woolfe and Peter Harper, who are both prospective UKIP MEPs.

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7:45pm Tue 11 Mar 14

PaulCa says...

Vote for us, and help us get kicked off the gravy train, and out of our European seats.
Vote for us, and help us get kicked off the gravy train, and out of our European seats. PaulCa
  • Score: 1

9:27pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Gwynne Birkenhead says...

I would have voted UKIP as Immigration and the EU needs to be sorted out but sadly Paul and Nigel you support fox hunting and that will stop me voting for your party.
I would have voted UKIP as Immigration and the EU needs to be sorted out but sadly Paul and Nigel you support fox hunting and that will stop me voting for your party. Gwynne Birkenhead
  • Score: -6

10:07pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Dantealighieri says...

PaulCa-Yes that's right. Exactly. UKIP wants the UK to return to a Self Governing Independent Sovereign State. UKIP wants the rules, the regulations, and the laws that govern the lives of the people of the UK to be enacted by a UK Government, sent to the UK Parliament at Westminster by the electors of the UK, and not made or overruled by faceless EU bureaucrats from 27 other EU countries. Of course that would mean, if it ever happened, that UKIP MEP's would be 'kicked ' off the EU gravy train, then as someone who never stops whining about the spongers and parasites in politics, you should applaud that, and help the whole thing along by voting for UKIP. But you wouldn't do that would you? You don't take part in the democratic process, you just like to gripe about the outcome.
PaulCa-Yes that's right. Exactly. UKIP wants the UK to return to a Self Governing Independent Sovereign State. UKIP wants the rules, the regulations, and the laws that govern the lives of the people of the UK to be enacted by a UK Government, sent to the UK Parliament at Westminster by the electors of the UK, and not made or overruled by faceless EU bureaucrats from 27 other EU countries. Of course that would mean, if it ever happened, that UKIP MEP's would be 'kicked ' off the EU gravy train, then as someone who never stops whining about the spongers and parasites in politics, you should applaud that, and help the whole thing along by voting for UKIP. But you wouldn't do that would you? You don't take part in the democratic process, you just like to gripe about the outcome. Dantealighieri
  • Score: 5

11:26pm Tue 11 Mar 14

PaulCa says...

Dantealighieri wrote:
PaulCa-Yes that's right. Exactly. UKIP wants the UK to return to a Self Governing Independent Sovereign State. UKIP wants the rules, the regulations, and the laws that govern the lives of the people of the UK to be enacted by a UK Government, sent to the UK Parliament at Westminster by the electors of the UK, and not made or overruled by faceless EU bureaucrats from 27 other EU countries. Of course that would mean, if it ever happened, that UKIP MEP's would be 'kicked ' off the EU gravy train, then as someone who never stops whining about the spongers and parasites in politics, you should applaud that, and help the whole thing along by voting for UKIP. But you wouldn't do that would you? You don't take part in the democratic process, you just like to gripe about the outcome.
I was taking part in the so-called "democratic" process when the EU (formerly EEC, formerly common market) you refer to was being invested in (UK heavily involved, along with the others) built up (UK heavily involved, along with the others), refined (UK heavily involved, along with the others), until it arrived at the point where it is today, having been shaped by contributions from all its members INCLUDING the United Kingdom.

So please stop bleating this hollow, bogus line that pretends we had nothing to do with it, and it's all a massive conspiracy by foreigners to do us down and take money off us for little return. Look at the UK money that's gone into Europe, then been invested in poverty stricken areas. I know it's a crazy way of achieving progress - to fund Europe so that we can help our own people, but it kind of "worked". We certainly didn't have the desire or inclination to do it directly through Heath, Thatcher and Blair and Camaeron.... and NEVER could have on past performance.

I realise how corrupt and self-serving the whole EU thing is BUT it also has advantages through SIZE and benefits of scale on the global level. All that would be squandered if we were to take your advice, leave it and return to becoming tiny, insular, narrow-minded England (viewing the Irish, Welsh and Scottish with suspicion and detesting anyone with a slightly darker skin).

All that's history mate. Your whole party ethos is built on going backwards, the irrational fear and scapegoating of foreigners, and I for one don't want to return to the nasty 1970s when UK immigrants who were putting their all into building our society and our NHS were ridiculed and singled out for poisonous racist treatment by miserable right wing loons.

We only have to look at the origins of UKIP to know that they were formed from a group of loony right wingers who thought that the zealot Thatcher wasn't 'tough' enough on minorities like the poor or variuos do-gooders or the disabled or subversives.

The spirit of Kilroy lives on. Do you have a black chauffeur to help with your public image?
[quote][p][bold]Dantealighieri [/bold] wrote: PaulCa-Yes that's right. Exactly. UKIP wants the UK to return to a Self Governing Independent Sovereign State. UKIP wants the rules, the regulations, and the laws that govern the lives of the people of the UK to be enacted by a UK Government, sent to the UK Parliament at Westminster by the electors of the UK, and not made or overruled by faceless EU bureaucrats from 27 other EU countries. Of course that would mean, if it ever happened, that UKIP MEP's would be 'kicked ' off the EU gravy train, then as someone who never stops whining about the spongers and parasites in politics, you should applaud that, and help the whole thing along by voting for UKIP. But you wouldn't do that would you? You don't take part in the democratic process, you just like to gripe about the outcome.[/p][/quote]I was taking part in the so-called "democratic" process when the EU (formerly EEC, formerly common market) you refer to was being invested in (UK heavily involved, along with the others) built up (UK heavily involved, along with the others), refined (UK heavily involved, along with the others), until it arrived at the point where it is today, having been shaped by contributions from all its members INCLUDING the United Kingdom. So please stop bleating this hollow, bogus line that pretends we had nothing to do with it, and it's all a massive conspiracy by foreigners to do us down and take money off us for little return. Look at the UK money that's gone into Europe, then been invested in poverty stricken areas. I know it's a crazy way of achieving progress - to fund Europe so that we can help our own people, but it kind of "worked". We certainly didn't have the desire or inclination to do it directly through Heath, Thatcher and Blair and Camaeron.... and NEVER could have on past performance. I realise how corrupt and self-serving the whole EU thing is BUT it also has advantages through SIZE and benefits of scale on the global level. All that would be squandered if we were to take your advice, leave it and return to becoming tiny, insular, narrow-minded England (viewing the Irish, Welsh and Scottish with suspicion and detesting anyone with a slightly darker skin). All that's history mate. Your whole party ethos is built on going backwards, the irrational fear and scapegoating of foreigners, and I for one don't want to return to the nasty 1970s when UK immigrants who were putting their all into building our society and our NHS were ridiculed and singled out for poisonous racist treatment by miserable right wing loons. We only have to look at the origins of UKIP to know that they were formed from a group of loony right wingers who thought that the zealot Thatcher wasn't 'tough' enough on minorities like the poor or variuos do-gooders or the disabled or subversives. The spirit of Kilroy lives on. Do you have a black chauffeur to help with your public image? PaulCa
  • Score: -7

3:56pm Fri 14 Mar 14

LocaLGovwatcher says...

UKIP is a force for change in this country both nationally and local. But alas voter apathy reigns and people expect change to occur without voting. This situation equates to expecting to win the lottery without buying a ticket. WBC is a classic example of local councillors just laughing at the Wirral electorate and subsequently all the way to the bank with their ill gotten allowances. If you want change in politics, get off your butts and do something about it. UKIP provides the common sense way to achieve change and a better way to govern the UK and Wirral.
UKIP is a force for change in this country both nationally and local. But alas voter apathy reigns and people expect change to occur without voting. This situation equates to expecting to win the lottery without buying a ticket. WBC is a classic example of local councillors just laughing at the Wirral electorate and subsequently all the way to the bank with their ill gotten allowances. If you want change in politics, get off your butts and do something about it. UKIP provides the common sense way to achieve change and a better way to govern the UK and Wirral. LocaLGovwatcher
  • Score: 4

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