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UKIP South West Devon
South West Devon constituency association of the UK Independence Party. Includes details of local meetings and campaign activities.

West Devon Constituency Association Hon. Tony Blair, M.P. Prime Minister all, The E.E.C. takes away Britain's freedom to follow the sort of economic policies we need - 1982 "We'll negotiate withdrawal from the EEC which has drained our natural resources and destroyed jobs".- Tony Blair's
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UK Independence Party in Tameside. Policies, articles, news and coming events.

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Real Independence | Direct Democracy | Flat Tax | Living Space | Policies and Articles | UKIP TV | Resources | Chat UKIP Stop the secret finger-printing UKIP publish new education policy UKIP Announce radical new Tax Policy decided not to hold another meeting until after the local elections on

UKIP Pensions
A weblog discussing pensions policy by David Lamb, the UK Independence Party candidate for Reading East.

UKIP Newbury & Reading Branch Pensions Leaflet. WHAT THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR PENSION! EXTRACTS FROM A REPORT BY DAVID LAMB. UK INDEPENDENCE PARTY Prospective parliamentary candidate for Reading East. All State pensions are what are known as ‘pay as you go’, that means there is
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Bloggers 4 UKIP
A blog by UKIP bloggers about UKIP bloggers. Many links to local branches and other UKIP blogs.

I wish I could have been a fly on the wall when Gordon Brown got this ... The Lord Stoddart of Swindon Lord Stoddart of Swindon Says VOTE UKIP Lord Stoddart of Swindon, the Independent Labour Peer and former Labour MP for Swindon, who usually spurns European Parliamentary elections, has decided
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Wal-Mart to stop selling AR-15, other semi-automatic rifles

An AR-15 rifle is displayed at the 7th annual Border Security Expo in PhoenixWal-Mart Stores Inc , the United States' top seller of guns and ammunition, said on Wednesday it would stop selling the AR-15 and other semi-automatic rifles because of sluggish demand and focus instead on "hunting and sportsman firearms." Wal-Mart said the decision was unrelated to high-profile incidents involving the rifles, including the killing of 26 students and adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in 2012. "This is done solely on what customer demand was," said company spokesman Kory Lundberg. "We are instead focusing on hunting and sportsman firearms." Lundberg said Wal-Mart would stop selling a class of rifle called the modern sporting rifle (MSR), which includes the semi-automatic AR-15.

Obama to seek unity with pope on issues in White House visit

In this photo taken March 27, 2014, President Barack Obama meets with Pope Francis at the Vatican. Pope Francis’ highly anticipated visit to the White House next month will put on display his common cause with President Barack Obama on many issues. When he swept into office in 2008, Obama captured near rock-star status among millions who saw him as the embodiment of a new sense of social purpose. Now, that baton has largely passed to the outspoken Francis. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)WASHINGTON (AP) — Sweeping into office in 2009, President Barack Obama captured near rock-star status around the world among millions who saw him as the embodiment of a new sense of social purpose. Now, that baton has largely been passed to Pope Francis, whose visit to the White House next month will put his common cause with Obama on vivid display.

Wall St rallies but markets still gripped by China fears

A pedestrian is reflected on a share prices board in Tokyo on August 26, 2015US shares rallied strongly Wednesday after a top Federal Reserve official hinted the bank would not raise interest rates, but there was little sign that the global financial turbulence rooted in China's market meltdown was over. "If problems in China's financial markets and real economy deepen, and the authorities fail to contain the situation, a full-blown financial and economic crash in China could ensue," said Christophe Donay, chief strategist at Pictet Wealth Management. "This is currently the biggest risk for the global economy and financial markets." The day saw mixed movements in major bourses -- Shanghai fell another 1.27 percent and European shares, represented by the Eurostoxx 50 blue chip index, lost 1.47 percent while Tokyo added 3.2 percent.

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