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Monthly Archives: October 2014
As I wrote previously, I thought that Steve Crowther, UKIP’s machiavellian chairman, had made a fortune in the world of Ad agencies and marketing. He co-founded a company called April Six in 2000 and then sold it to The Mission … Continue reading
UKIP chairman and North Devonian Steve Crowther was heavily involved in campaigning against a windfarm out in the Bristol Channel, and worked with the local CPRE group, as I described in a previous blog. At that time I had singularly … Continue reading
Trading Floor at The New York Stock Exchange 1963 We have now had four and a half years of austerity, of seeing our public services, and more widely, the public realm in Britain being cut … Continue reading
More UKIP bonkersness. Roger Helmer has now decided he supports renewable energy, but only if it is bioethanol distilled from wheat. This appears to be because he doesn’t want a bioethanol distillery built in Stocton (sic) on … Continue reading
More on that Lib Dem – UKIP connection. The most recent YouGov poll shows the libdems on 8%, with UKIP on 18% and the Greens on 7%. It’s worth noting that of those who voted LD in 2010, only 32% … Continue reading
It’s fair to say that UKIP’s environmental policies, especially those involving any deep thought or reflection, are hard to find anything other than a little bit silly. And this sense isn’t helped by the antics … Continue reading
Owen Paterson wants the UK to run on electricity from Nuclear Submarines Owen Paterson is a bit of a submarine himself these days. He goes under, for weeks at a time, then pops up, fires off … Continue reading
Last week David Cameron told the Tory Conference that under the Coalition the country was “paying down its debt.” This, after all, we are told is the reason why we have had to endure: The worst cuts in public services … Continue reading