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UKIP Bournemouth West invites you to our monthly branc...

  UKIP Bournemouth West warmly invites you to our monthly (4th Thursday) branch Social Thursday 28th January, 2015, 7:30- 9:30pm, The Crown – Northbourne Broadhurst Avenue Northbourne Bournemouth BH10 6JW crownnorthbourne.co.uk Come and join us for an informal evening of food, drink and chat. Do one or all three! Plus it’s Quiz Night too for […]

Council Leader still refusing to accept democracy

At the first 2016 public meeting of the North Bournemouth Area Forum, there was a surprise guest speaker – Cllr John Beesley – Leader of The Council (Bournemouth Borough). Cllr Beesley gave a speech which was a essentially a sales-pitch for the proposed ‘Super Council’, that would see the creation one unitary authority merging Bournemouth with […]

UKIP Cllr Laurence Fear on BBC News

UKIP Councillor Laurence Fear talking about the plans for the so-called ‘Super Council’ Click here to sign the petition: https://www.change.org/p/bournemouth-council Bournemouth Council are making plans to merge Bournemouth, Christchurch, East Dorset and Poole to make one large authority for the conurbation. So far the plans have been held behind closed doors and without any public […]

Traffic congestion in Bournemouth

Anyone who has lived in Bournemouth for any length of time cannot fail to have noticed the dramatic increase in traffic and congestion. Of course travelling around the town was always difficult at rush hour, but it seems never-ending some days. I’m pleased to see that the Wessex Way is going to be getting upgraded, […]

UKIP national news

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UKIP scores two stunning Council by-election wins

UKIP demonstrated the party’s increasing strength at grassroots level last night with two stunning by-election wins in Haverhill, winning a majority of the vote in both elections. The party took both a St Edmundsbury Borough Council seat with 54% of the vote and a Haverhill Town Council seat with 64% of the votes cast. The […]

How Tory played key role in opening our borders to Bulgarians

I know it is seasonal to talk about the 12 days of Christmas but I want to talk about the 21 day countdown to the opening of the doors to 29 million poor people from Romania and Bulgaria. It does I think mark a pivotal moment in British politics. Now, very often in Britain, MEPs […]

2013: the year UKIP came of age and rocked the political establishment

2013 was the year that UKIP emerged as a substantial force and changed the British political landscape forever. The party’s membership ranks swelled, increasing numbers of sitting councillors defected from not just the Tories, but Labour and Lib Dems and the media was forced to sit up and take notice of its common sense views […]