How to win

I HAVE found the secret of winning elections. First I tell people all our policies are under review and that I will issue a full policy manifesto after the election.

Secondly we will campaign on one very emotional issue and blow it up, so that no other party can have a civil debate. Lastly blame every party and tell the people we are not like them.

That is the key to UKIP’s European success, but their tapestry of core values will unravel once the people start asking the correct questions. Just like Nick from the BNP on the BBC question time.

Andrew Nutt Heolddu Road Bargoed

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12:05pm Mon 2 Jun 14

welshmen says...

Mr Nutt, there is no need for a Party Manifesto for European Elections, MEP'S are elected just to Vote on the European Union Commissions Laws and Policies, UKIP will unveil their Election winning Manifesto after Conference in September along with all those that are going to lose including the traitorous Marxist Labour Party, UKIP will have loads of New MP's, with Britain and it's people top of their agenda, unlike the last lot of only init for themselves career politicians who see them selves as the most deserving....Bring it on....
Mr Nutt, there is no need for a Party Manifesto for European Elections, MEP'S are elected just to Vote on the European Union Commissions Laws and Policies, UKIP will unveil their Election winning Manifesto after Conference in September along with all those that are going to lose including the traitorous Marxist Labour Party, UKIP will have loads of New MP's, with Britain and it's people top of their agenda, unlike the last lot of only init for themselves career politicians who see them selves as the most deserving....Bring it on.... welshmen
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1:26pm Mon 2 Jun 14

varteg1 says...

So far UKIP's policy statements have been Chop Suey, or fridge dinner policy, you know, tip out the veg drawer, mash it up and call it dinner.

Then comes the payback time, just as we have been suffering from after the last general election, to which was promises made, that I can at best recall not one of the mandate policies have been put out to operate.
Many have actually been reversed, most lost in Westminster claptrap, and bamboozling rhetoric.

UKIP can hardly do worse....or better.
So far UKIP's policy statements have been Chop Suey, or fridge dinner policy, you know, tip out the veg drawer, mash it up and call it dinner. Then comes the payback time, just as we have been suffering from after the last general election, to which was promises made, that I can at best recall not one of the mandate policies have been put out to operate. Many have actually been reversed, most lost in Westminster claptrap, and bamboozling rhetoric. UKIP can hardly do worse....or better. varteg1
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1:31pm Mon 2 Jun 14

-trigg- says...

Are you aware of the Labour manifesto published during the recent European elections, or the Tory Manifesto? You mean they didn't publish one? Surely the Lib Dems will have done though? No?

The main selling point of UKIP is that they have pledged to hold a referendum on future EU membership. That is one policy committment more than any of the other parties, whose sole offering seemed to be to criticise UKIP at every turn without announcing any policies of their own.
Are you aware of the Labour manifesto published during the recent European elections, or the Tory Manifesto? You mean they didn't publish one? Surely the Lib Dems will have done though? No? The main selling point of UKIP is that they have pledged to hold a referendum on future EU membership. That is one policy committment more than any of the other parties, whose sole offering seemed to be to criticise UKIP at every turn without announcing any policies of their own. -trigg-
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7:11pm Mon 2 Jun 14

Mervyn James says...

The letter writer seems misguided, we don't have a current elected government despite stating jam tomorrow. Cameron is still promising what he cannot deliver, Clegg is promising to support what Cameron cannot deliver too, the UKIP promising to collect from the Euros (If you cannot beat 'em, fleece 'em). . they all do it, sadly the populace has twigged all this and decided to hell with them all, and abandoned the electoral process, (Which can only see the same bunch of total losers getting in again). The first bunch of candidates to stand for the 'None of the Above, with no policies' party will walk it. I'm surprised no-one has tried it yet.
The letter writer seems misguided, we don't have a current elected government despite stating jam tomorrow. Cameron is still promising what he cannot deliver, Clegg is promising to support what Cameron cannot deliver too, the UKIP promising to collect from the Euros (If you cannot beat 'em, fleece 'em). . they all do it, sadly the populace has twigged all this and decided to hell with them all, and abandoned the electoral process, (Which can only see the same bunch of total losers getting in again). The first bunch of candidates to stand for the 'None of the Above, with no policies' party will walk it. I'm surprised no-one has tried it yet. Mervyn James
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8:20pm Mon 2 Jun 14

Frankfurt says...

-trigg- wrote:
Are you aware of the Labour manifesto published during the recent European elections, or the Tory Manifesto? You mean they didn't publish one? Surely the Lib Dems will have done though? No?

The main selling point of UKIP is that they have pledged to hold a referendum on future EU membership. That is one policy committment more than any of the other parties, whose sole offering seemed to be to criticise UKIP at every turn without announcing any policies of their own.
I thought that the Conservatives had also promised a referendum. Labour have not unless there is a proposed material change in the conditions of membership. And I guess that being so strongly EU that the LibDems would never offer one. But isn't it a fact that UKIP are not alone in offering such a vote?
[quote][p][bold]-trigg-[/bold] wrote: Are you aware of the Labour manifesto published during the recent European elections, or the Tory Manifesto? You mean they didn't publish one? Surely the Lib Dems will have done though? No? The main selling point of UKIP is that they have pledged to hold a referendum on future EU membership. That is one policy committment more than any of the other parties, whose sole offering seemed to be to criticise UKIP at every turn without announcing any policies of their own.[/p][/quote]I thought that the Conservatives had also promised a referendum. Labour have not unless there is a proposed material change in the conditions of membership. And I guess that being so strongly EU that the LibDems would never offer one. But isn't it a fact that UKIP are not alone in offering such a vote? Frankfurt
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8:24pm Mon 2 Jun 14

Frankfurt says...

varteg1 wrote:
So far UKIP's policy statements have been Chop Suey, or fridge dinner policy, you know, tip out the veg drawer, mash it up and call it dinner.

Then comes the payback time, just as we have been suffering from after the last general election, to which was promises made, that I can at best recall not one of the mandate policies have been put out to operate.
Many have actually been reversed, most lost in Westminster claptrap, and bamboozling rhetoric.

UKIP can hardly do worse....or better.
You make a good point. In fact, following the last general election the Government has referred repeatedly to the Coalition Agreement and not to manifesto policies. I don't recall being asked to vote on the Coalition Agreement.
[quote][p][bold]varteg1[/bold] wrote: So far UKIP's policy statements have been Chop Suey, or fridge dinner policy, you know, tip out the veg drawer, mash it up and call it dinner. Then comes the payback time, just as we have been suffering from after the last general election, to which was promises made, that I can at best recall not one of the mandate policies have been put out to operate. Many have actually been reversed, most lost in Westminster claptrap, and bamboozling rhetoric. UKIP can hardly do worse....or better.[/p][/quote]You make a good point. In fact, following the last general election the Government has referred repeatedly to the Coalition Agreement and not to manifesto policies. I don't recall being asked to vote on the Coalition Agreement. Frankfurt
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8:57pm Mon 2 Jun 14

pwlldu says...

If UKIP get MP next year, they will soon jump into bed with the Tories. To stop the Lab/ LIB goverment.
If UKIP get MP next year, they will soon jump into bed with the Tories. To stop the Lab/ LIB goverment. pwlldu
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8:16am Tue 3 Jun 14

Mervyn James says...

pwlldu wrote:
If UKIP get MP next year, they will soon jump into bed with the Tories. To stop the Lab/ LIB goverment.
Yes a lot of people miss this point, the UKIP is supportive of conservative policies and more likely to vote with them. Farage said if Cameron goes he would see no issue supporting the conservatives. The UKIP are now in Europe, we need to see them creating havoc, if they don't they stand to lose all credibility as this is their only supported policy, with anti-migration.

The Germans told to Cameron to shut up, no-one is listening to the UK any more, so I ask, why are we there ? Tory and Labour MEP's are colluding to carry on as usual too, and labour and liberals are against leaving Europe (As are the tories mostly), so are block voting against the UKIP. W;re a bloody joke in Europe and ridiculous elsewhere. The Europeans are freezing us out to look after themselves and dumping their illegals here too. I despair the UK can form any sort of realistic government, when the capital city is overrun with illegals too and voting against.
[quote][p][bold]pwlldu[/bold] wrote: If UKIP get MP next year, they will soon jump into bed with the Tories. To stop the Lab/ LIB goverment.[/p][/quote]Yes a lot of people miss this point, the UKIP is supportive of conservative policies and more likely to vote with them. Farage said if Cameron goes he would see no issue supporting the conservatives. The UKIP are now in Europe, we need to see them creating havoc, if they don't they stand to lose all credibility as this is their only supported policy, with anti-migration. The Germans told to Cameron to shut up, no-one is listening to the UK any more, so I ask, why are we there ? Tory and Labour MEP's are colluding to carry on as usual too, and labour and liberals are against leaving Europe (As are the tories mostly), so are block voting against the UKIP. W;re a bloody joke in Europe and ridiculous elsewhere. The Europeans are freezing us out to look after themselves and dumping their illegals here too. I despair the UK can form any sort of realistic government, when the capital city is overrun with illegals too and voting against. Mervyn James
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10:13am Tue 3 Jun 14

pwlldu says...

A party that don't issue a manifesto, has something to hide. UKIP has no intention standing up for UK, as the UKIP's MEP's will be standing in next years general election. I suppose they will use the tax payers allowance to help fund their campaigns. Sadly they will be spending more time in the UK, than in Europe.
A party that don't issue a manifesto, has something to hide. UKIP has no intention standing up for UK, as the UKIP's MEP's will be standing in next years general election. I suppose they will use the tax payers allowance to help fund their campaigns. Sadly they will be spending more time in the UK, than in Europe. pwlldu
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11:39am Tue 3 Jun 14

BobEvams2014 says...

Reports indcate UKIP seem set to win the Newark By Election on THursday despite what the inacurate and bais polls say .

The master stroke of the campaign came when Neil Hamilton - a disgraced former Tory (cash for questions) , campaigned in the constituancy , where a disgraced Tory resigned ( cash for questions ) thus triggering the By Election

Some may think this is Ironic but its just the bias media
Reports indcate UKIP seem set to win the Newark By Election on THursday despite what the inacurate and bais polls say . The master stroke of the campaign came when Neil Hamilton - a disgraced former Tory (cash for questions) , campaigned in the constituancy , where a disgraced Tory resigned ( cash for questions ) thus triggering the By Election Some may think this is Ironic but its just the bias media BobEvams2014
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11:01pm Tue 3 Jun 14

pwlldu says...

UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said he "felt uncomfortable" about setting up a trust fund in the Isle of Man but insisted he did not avoid or evade tax.

The MEP told the BBC that he opened the fund in 2003 to reduce his family's inheritance tax bills but quickly realised that he had made an "error".

Such funds were no longer appropriate for politicians, he suggested.

The Conservatives said that Mr Farage had "questions to answer".

Tax avoidance is not illegal but a crackdown is under way on the practice.

Mr Farage told the BBC he had set up the Farage Family Education Trust 1654 in the Isle of Man in 2003, with the intention of limiting the amount of inheritance tax that his children would have to pay upon his death.
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said he "felt uncomfortable" about setting up a trust fund in the Isle of Man but insisted he did not avoid or evade tax. The MEP told the BBC that he opened the fund in 2003 to reduce his family's inheritance tax bills but quickly realised that he had made an "error". Such funds were no longer appropriate for politicians, he suggested. The Conservatives said that Mr Farage had "questions to answer". Tax avoidance is not illegal but a crackdown is under way on the practice. Mr Farage told the BBC he had set up the Farage Family Education Trust 1654 in the Isle of Man in 2003, with the intention of limiting the amount of inheritance tax that his children would have to pay upon his death. pwlldu
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11:36am Wed 11 Jun 14

Good Job No Kids says...

pwlldu wrote:
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said he "felt uncomfortable" about setting up a trust fund in the Isle of Man but insisted he did not avoid or evade tax.

The MEP told the BBC that he opened the fund in 2003 to reduce his family's inheritance tax bills but quickly realised that he had made an "error".

Such funds were no longer appropriate for politicians, he suggested.

The Conservatives said that Mr Farage had "questions to answer".

Tax avoidance is not illegal but a crackdown is under way on the practice.

Mr Farage told the BBC he had set up the Farage Family Education Trust 1654 in the Isle of Man in 2003, with the intention of limiting the amount of inheritance tax that his children would have to pay upon his death.
And rightly so, inheritance is a scam where the government steal a big chunk of already taxed earnings to keep themselves in subsidised food and drink.
[quote][p][bold]pwlldu[/bold] wrote: UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said he "felt uncomfortable" about setting up a trust fund in the Isle of Man but insisted he did not avoid or evade tax. The MEP told the BBC that he opened the fund in 2003 to reduce his family's inheritance tax bills but quickly realised that he had made an "error". Such funds were no longer appropriate for politicians, he suggested. The Conservatives said that Mr Farage had "questions to answer". Tax avoidance is not illegal but a crackdown is under way on the practice. Mr Farage told the BBC he had set up the Farage Family Education Trust 1654 in the Isle of Man in 2003, with the intention of limiting the amount of inheritance tax that his children would have to pay upon his death.[/p][/quote]And rightly so, inheritance is a scam where the government steal a big chunk of already taxed earnings to keep themselves in subsidised food and drink. Good Job No Kids
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