On 23rd June 2016 you were given a very simple choice. You could vote to remain or you could vote to leave.
Today, you will have the opportunity to vote again for the Party that was successful in giving you the referendum and has fought for the last 27 years to get the UK out of the EU.
Until 2015 UKIP had been criticised for being a ‘one issue party’ but in 2015 we presented the nation with an incredible manifesto which put the everyday working person first. UKIP was here before the referendum and it will be here afterwards. We are consistent on leaving the EU, policy development and democracy, and is why we are safest place to cast your vote in any election.
Our members, activists, councillors, assembly members, our NEC and leadership team are desperate for the UK to leave the EU unconditionally under WTO terms. Our Leader, Gerard Batten has himself been fighting with the Party since the very beginning. You deserve a Party which is united on this, and our hard working activists deserve to bring home the winning number of MEPs this weekend.
If you joined UKIP to get out of the EU, then the choice is once again simple – Vote UKIP, Vote Robert HILL 1
Lisburn’s weekly market day was in full swing this sunny Tuesday morning when UKIP came to town. Campaigning for Robert Hill, UKIP’s Northern Ireland candidate in Thursday’s European Election, our canvassers were soon all involved in detailed debate with local people about BREXIT and other issues relevant to this election.
All of us were aware of the a strong undercurrent of anger
in this Leave-Voting city about the unpardonable delays and attempts to
undermine the implementation of the 2016 Referendum. “Just get on with
getting us out now” was typical of the views expressed. Many told us how
they felt betrayed by our lame-duck Prime Minister, Theresa May, and by MPs and
Peers in general. People also told us they felt abandoned in the Brexit
Debate by our Devolved Assembly members.
We were loud and clear with our message that UKIP are the
true party of Brexit and a first preference vote for Robert Hill on Thursday
will send a clear message to both our devolved and national governments that
the people had their vote in 2016 and will bode little more delay in the
implementation of their decision.
Lisburn has always had a reputation for robust political debate and this was certainly in evidence this Tuesday morning.
This is yet another
low point for the Alliance Party when its representatives use scare tactics
like Health to launch bigoted attacks on political opponents. Ms Bradshaw
also appears to imply that openly campaigning for a political end is worse than
moving towards such an end with subterfuge.
collaboration on health issues goes far beyond the ring-fenced self interest of
the European Union. Why shackle our nation to a protectionist corporatist
empire when we can collaborate with the world. Ms Bradshaw makes no
attempt to explain why shrinking our horizons for international health
collaboration would be beneficial to anybody.
Alliance is one of
those parties which wants debate on great issues such as the constitutional
freedom of our nation to be hi-jacked into the squalid Orange/Green squabbles
that have plagued Northern Ireland for so long.
I agree with Ms
Bradshaw that it is essential to get out and vote but to do so for UKIP’s
candidate, Robert Hill, before transferring to other progressive pro-Brexit
candidates. UKIP represents true attention to the voice of the British
people regardless of petty sectarian or ethnic divisions.
UKIP Northern Ireland Canvass in Kilkeel County Down. Kilkeel, like so many fishing towns throughout the United Kingdom, has been badly affected by EU fishing policies. Portavogie and Ardglass are other local examples.
When tiny nations such as the Faroe Islands are able to sustain a good standard of healthcare and excellent internet with only a 3% subsidy from Denmark, think what our fishermen could do for our nation given the substantial waters around our shores. Without the common fisheries policy and the exclusion of foreign trawlers from our fishing grounds, our fishing industry could quickly recover and become a substantial contributor to the economy.
Reclaim our stolen seas, Vote UKIP. Robert Hill 1
To no one’s
surprise, the UK was badly
treated when the quotas were divided
out in 1983. With 80 per cent of the stocks,
it got an
allocation of just 37
per cent by volume
– representing perhaps
as little as
12 per cent by value.
Moreover, EU law does
not even allow
us to reserve these quotas for our
The practice known as ‘quota-hopping’ is the purchase of UK
boats and shipping
licences by foreign
companies and ship owners
to exploit UK quotas.
It increased substantially
after the 1986 accession
of Spain and
Portugal. When the Tory government tried to make it impossible for quota-hoppers to
continue to operate in UK waters, it
was overruled in
1991 by the European Court of Justice
(ECJ), stating that the UK
could not lawfully demand
residence and nationality
conditions before granting
vessels British registration:
this is known as the Factortame judgement. (Ray Finch – Stolen Seas)
Over the last few days, many of my age group will have been dragged back into past memories by the brutal murder of the young reporter – (Lyra McKee) the latest victim of a hidden hatred that simmers in some hearts, well disguised by smiles and clever words.
Sadly today, I already hear calls on the media for negotiations and talks with the masked cowards who brought so much hurt and suffering to so many.
I Personally believe that they need to be ostracized by all in society and hunted down by the forces of law and order. Sadly, judging by their parades over Easter they still have support, and the authorities in the Irish Republic at least are happy with them parading in masks through their streets.
To try and change our future, we all – no matter what creed, colour, religion or political belief need to sit down with our children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, talk about terrorism and show them pictures of the funeral and let them see first hand the pain and suffering to family, friends, neighbours and indeed wider society.
Only by understanding the tragic consequences of our future actions can we be prevented from taking those actions.
By Robert Hill – UKIP Spokesman for Northern Ireland
I notice with interest two stories in today’s press, and the obvious BBC hypocrisy and bias can be spotted a mile away.
In the first instance, a couple of soldiers fire shots at a picture of the terrorist supporter and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. They splash this clip over every news broadcast and bulletin in their continued attempt to demonise anything and everyone associated with the British army and our armed forces.
In the second clip widely available on their platforms today, a so called comedian – Frankie Boyle continually jokes about the IRA killing politicians. This, the BBC deems as as suitable for airing on T.V. and then of course has since tried their best to brush under their (extreme left-wing) carpet.
This is just another in a long line of attemp by the Biased Broadcasting Corporation to demonise the British Army and another example of their continuation of facilitating the rewriting of our history.
If ever there was another reason needed, here’s one more clear reason to join UKIP to help in our fight to scrap the licence fee and stop this tax forced upon us – and used to pay for the BBC brainwashing of our people and indeed the world.
By Robert Hill – UKIP Spokesman for Northern Ireland and Council Candidate in Newtownabbey (Macedon DEA)
UKIP’s NEC BACK POLICY: UKIP’s National Executive Committee unanimously voted to change the Party’s devolution policy (campaign to bring an end to the current devolved Assemblies / Parliament’s.) The policy change was put forward by leading figures in UKIP Wales, UKIP Scotland and UKIP Northern Ireland.
Gareth Bennett AM, Leader of UKIP in the Welsh Assembly, said: “Devolution is a white elephant which has added nothing to the lives of people in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. The devolved administrations are a waste of taxpayers’ money and the future of the Welsh Assembly should be put to a public vote in 2024”.
Donald Mackay, Leader of UKIP Scotland, said: “We need to go back to being a United Kingdom. For too long Scottish, Welsh and Irish Nationalists have sought to undermine the constitutional integrity of the UK. If we finally leave the EU and re-join the international stage as an independent and sovereign power, it is vital that we strengthen the constitutional bonds that unite the four countries of our United Kingdom”.
UKIP Spokesman for Northern Ireland, Robert Hill, said: “Let’s stop the ‘money for nothing’ gravy-train once and for all by scrapping Stormont and its work-shy MLAs. We have a Sovereign Parliament and eleven huge councils. Stormont is a useless, unnecessary and expensive extra tier of government. Instead of clinging onto an outdated system which is failing local people, UKIP is offering a practical way ahead”.
UKIP will now campaign against legislative devolution in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – offering a positive alternative to this failed and divisive project.
-Here in Northern Ireland, UKIP’s Localism Policy will see the party calling for an end to the Stormont Gravy-Train and instead – relevant local powers over local services should be transferred to the eleven existing ‘super-councils.’ (An example is planning which was partly transferred to the councils in 2014.)
-There will be an event launching this policy as part of the 2019 Local Government Campaign in Belfast during April. More information will be provided soon.
SCRAP STORMONT: IT’S TIME FOR LOCALISM AND AN END TO THE ‘MONEY FOR NOTHING’ GRAVY-TRAIN!
For 45 years – UK sovereignty was held hostage by the European Union. In 2019, the sovereignty of the United Kingdom is being undermined by legislative devolution in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. To date, legislative devolution has been a trojan-horse, weaponised by those who want to break up the United Kingdom to do so from within.
Equally, Stormont has failed to deliver good government. When it was operational – it delivered scandal, gridlock, indecision, point-scoring and carve-up politics.
The institutions also allowed for the current situation to develop whereby political parties have been able to hijack and abuse the system to line their pockets and further their own political agenda(s).
Commenting on all of this and announcing a new UKIP Policy which was agreed by the National Executive Committee this past weekend, UKIP Spokesman for Northern Ireland – Robert Hill said:
“We are four countries, but we are one nation. UKIP is a true UK Unionist Party: Standing up for the people of this nation in all parts of it. We believe in smaller government and putting local decisions into the hands of local people. We believe in returning sovereignty to the people of this nation.
“Shamefully, there hasn’t been a functioning Northern Ireland Assembly for two years – yet MLAs still collect salaries and expenses. These politicians cannot agree enough to form a lasting Government, but they can agree to continue the saga whereby they take money from taxpayers while Civil-Servants have been in charge of governance with no democratic oversight.
Commenting further – Robert who will be standing as a candidate in May (Newtownabbey) added:
“Let’s stop the ‘money for nothing’ gravy-train once and for all by scrapping Stormont and let’s instead transfer administrative powers over local services to local people, via councils. By Transferring powers to Northern Ireland’s eleven councils – this would provide decision-making and democratic accountability at a truly local level.
“It’s not a coincidence that some of Northern Ireland’s best economic figures in recent memory have come during the two years in which we’ve had no functioning Assembly or Executive. Stormont is a useless, unnecessary and expensive extra tier of government. Instead of clinging onto an antiquated system which is failing us,
UKIP is offering a practical way ahead which saves taxpayers money and puts them, not the politicians first. In May, this will be our main policy in the council elections.”
Further information on this policy will be announced at a launch event in Belfast in April.