Month: June 2014

David Cameron’s utter humiliation

The former Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Jean-Claude Juncker, has been appointed president of  the EU Commission. David Cameron made a big noise about opposing Juncker’s appointment in an attempt to convince people of his eurosceptic credentials. He even said at one point

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Bow Group predicts UKIP win in Telford in 2015

The Conservative think tank, the Bow Group, has named Telford in a list of 12 constituencies it thinks UKIP could win in 2015. Telford is one of five Labour seats that could turn purple next year along with six Conservative seats

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UKIP membership approaches 40k

UKIP’s membership has hit another record with membership standing at 39,147 this weekend. The party is hopeful of breaking through the 40,000 barrier before conference in Doncaster in September. Young Independence has also seen an increase in its membership which

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Tories hold Newark but UKIP slash majority

The Conservatives have won the Newark by-election but with a much reduced majority thanks to UKIP’s Roger Helmer. Tory candidate Robert Jenrick went into the election defending Patrick Mercer’s 16,152 vote majority and 44th safest seat and won by a

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