Viable policy

First published in Letters

REGARDING the letter Files Show Truth.

Clearly Margaret Thatcher had the same contempt for the common man as displayed by our current incumbents.

30 years on south Wales coal would be a viable proposition. There is increasing demand worldwide and the price is over four times that in the 1980s.

So with hundreds of year’s worth of energy under our feet why isn’t it being used?

Only UKIP has a viable energy policy that will keep the price down, revoking Miliband’s revolting taxes for a start, keep the lights on and provide prosperity and jobs in South Wales.

Mike Chaffin Chairman UKIP Newport

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4:00pm Tue 21 Jan 14

whatintheworld says...

ukip has done literally nothing - less than labour even - in the way of spelling out it's policies.

keeping the lights on and providing jobs/prosperity sounds great! but HOW will it be done?
ukip has done literally nothing - less than labour even - in the way of spelling out it's policies. keeping the lights on and providing jobs/prosperity sounds great! but HOW will it be done? whatintheworld
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11:05pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Thinking heads says...

THAY FORT TO SAVE IT?
Thay didnot wont it?
who you going to get to dig it?
How meny will pay for it with there lives and health?
How you going to move it?
How much do have to invest in it?
I Have got more but I think that is enough for now ?

MY HOMELAND IS GREEN NOW WE WILL KEEP IT LIKE THAT THANKS.
YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND.

COME WITH ANOTHER I NEED A GOOD LAUGH.
THAY FORT TO SAVE IT? Thay didnot wont it? who you going to get to dig it? How meny will pay for it with there lives and health? How you going to move it? How much do have to invest in it? I Have got more but I think that is enough for now ? MY HOMELAND IS GREEN NOW WE WILL KEEP IT LIKE THAT THANKS. YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND. COME WITH ANOTHER I NEED A GOOD LAUGH. Thinking heads
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