Believe in Britain

For the first time in 100 years, there is real change on the horizon. All you have to do is vote for it.

If you believe that we are big enough to make our own laws, in our own Parliament; if you believe we should have the sovereign right to control our own borders; if you believe that we should be fiscally responsible, and stop adding to our national debts and expecting our children and grandchildren to pay the bill; then we are the party for you.
If you believe that in this year, the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, we should seize the opportunity for real change in our politics, rebalancing power from large corporations and big government institutions and putting it back into the hands of the people of this country, then there really is only one choice.

2014 National Conference

Below are a selection of the policies already announced at the UKIP Conference in September 2014. Please click the titles of any to read further information or to listen to the speeches in full.

Download the General election 2015 manifesto

Our 2015 Election Manifesto is now ready. Please click here to download the PDF version. It has been fully costed, by the independent Centre for Economics and Business Research Ltd.

If you Believe in Britain, vote UKIP on May 7th.

Protecting jobs and increasing prosperity

We would review all legislation and regulations from the EU (3,600 new laws since 2010) and remove those which hamper British prosperity and competitiveness.

We would negotiate a bespoke trade agreement with the EU to enable our businesses to continue trading to mutual advantage.

UKIP would not seek to remain in the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) or European Economic Area (EEA) while those treaties maintain a principle of free movement of labour, which prevents the UK managing its own borders.

We would reoccupy the UK’s vacant seat at the World Trade Organisation, ensuring that we continue to enjoy ‘most favoured nation’ status in trade with the EU, as is required under WTO rules.

Reducing debts we leave to our grandchildren

UKIP will leave the EU and save at least £8bn pa in net contributions.

UKIP will cut the foreign aid budget by £9bn pa, prioritising disaster relief and schemes which provide water and inoculation against preventable diseases.

UKIP will scrap the HS2 project which is uneconomical and unjustified.

UKIP will abolish the Department of Energy and Climate Change and scrap green subsidies.

UKIP will abolish the Department for Culture Media and Sport.

UKIP will reduce Barnett Formula spending and give devolved parliaments and assemblies further tax powers to compensate.