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Why I voted UKIP

The simple statement that one will vote UKIP is often associated with unfair and unjustifiable connotations. Nationalism, fascism, racism along with other ideologies associated with the far right. Yet these are not the reasons why the majority of UKIP supporters voted for UKIP, such as myself. For decades the political environment has been grey and…

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The one way rise of UKIP

For those of us who are truly onboard with the EU project, the results of the European Parliament elections may have been a little difficult to swallow, yet our view must be maintained even in the aftermath. It is impossible to deny that Nigel Farage is currently resonating with voters for a number of reasons, however…

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UKIP win most seats in European Elections

The UK Independence Party (UKIP) has emerged with more seats than any other UK party in the European elections, both in Eastern England and across the country. Labour have come second, the Conservatives have come third and the Liberal Democrats have come fifth behind the Green Party. Eastern England, the electoral region containing Norwich, voted…

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