Discussion of other UK political parties
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By Bones McCoy
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D.C. Harrison wrote:
Daley Mayle wrote:Can't think of a decent alliteration like Dacre's Drip. How about Farage's Dribble?
Farage's Barrage of Bollocks?
Surely shome mishtake - Bollock??
By Paul
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Having had a look at my posts on the D M, anything remotely critical of UKIP is immediately red arrowed. They really are deluding themselves.
 
By spoonman
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I see Paul Nutall was over here last weekend at the TUV party conference, seemingly looking at the possibility of a UKIP-TUV pact at the next EU elections.
 
By Abernathy
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TUV?
 
By oboogie
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Traditionalist Unionist Voice - they use that voice to say things like the Irish language is a "leprechaun language".
I expect they'll get on very well with UKIP.
By Andy McDandy
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Kilroy said things like that, but he's long gone now. Hell, Kilroy made Fargle look pleasant.
 
By Katzeye
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Andy McDandy wrote:Hell, Kilroy made Fargle look pleasant.

Kilroy could make most people look pleasant.
 
By spoonman
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Abernathy wrote:TUV?
Imagine Ian Paisley circa Anglo-Irish Agreement 1985, on steroids.
One of the few times I've agreed with David Cameron was his description of UKIP back in 2006. UKIP have had a working relationship with TUV in the past, and continuing to work with them isn't going to dispel much of what DC spoke of the 'kippers.
By new puritan
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mattomac wrote:Thing is a popular UKIP splits the Tory vote good times, they still won't get elected.
What I find interesting is that even at this stage, with UKIP neck-and-neck with the Liberals in the polls, they still don't seem to have any plan to win any seats. I don't see any evidence that they've got the kind of ground game in place that they'll need if they're actually going to make that breakthrough. The Greens were in Brighton Pavilion for years before 2010, and even then they only just managed to squeak it - and will probably lose it next time around. What seats are UKIP actually targeting?
By new puritan
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:mrgreen:

Super. You've been waiting to use that for a while haven't you?
 
By Tubby Isaacs
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I looked up free movement of people. There's a very good chart.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of ... ber_states" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Switzerland, Iceland and Norway seem to be subject to the same free moving Europeans as we do- albeit with a longer transitional period.

Do UKIP know?

http://www.ukip.org/content/ukip-polici ... kip-policy" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Regain control of UK borders. This can only be done by leaving the European Union. Entry for work will be on a time-limited work permit only. Entry for non-work related purposes (e.g. holiday or study) will be on a temporary visa. Overstaying will be a criminal offence
Have I got this right?

Nice lie about Andrew Neather, I see.
Former New Labour staff maintain that this policy has been a deliberate attempt to water down the British identity and buy votes.
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