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Gloucester Brexit Rally 23rd June 2018

June 3, 2018 // 0 Comments

Brexiteers will congregate outside the Conservative Club in Constitution Walk in Gloucester at 10.30 in the morning for an 11am start and make their way via Eastgate Street, Gloucester Cross and Northgate Street to King’s Square where speeches will be held and stalls will distribute [...]

Brexit 2nd Anniversary Rally – June 23rd

May 18, 2018 // 1 Comment

Press Release from UKIP Gloucestershire – Brexit 2nd Anniversary Rally, June 23rd. City and County Brexiteers are to stage one of the largest BREXIT Rallies anywhere in the South West in Gloucester on Saturday 23 rd June, the second anniversary of the EU Referendum. The Rally is hosted by [...]

Batten Visits Local Elver Exporter

March 28, 2018 // 0 Comments

UKIP Leader Gerard Batten MEP visits UK Glass Eels, an elver supplier in Gloucester, to see how the European Union’s economic policies damage SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) in the United Kingdom and why Brexit will give opportunities for local entrepreneurs to expand their business [...]

Amazing!! – UK doing well after Brexit

July 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

In a recent newspaper article, Lib Dem leader Tim Farron spent an entire article telling us all what a disaster we face after the vote to leave the EU a month ago. The facts are not quite as Mr Farron put them. A report into how well the UK is doing since Brexit has shown that in fact the Bank of [...]

Debunking Project Fear “Myths”

March 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

Our thanks to Roger Helmer MEP for putting these points over so succinctly Myth: Being in the EU safeguards jobs. Fact: Over one million UK jobs have been lost since we joined the EU including whole industries wiped out such as ship and train building, chemicals, textiles, mining, steel production [...]

Project Fear from the Little Europeans

March 8, 2016 // 0 Comments

“Brexit means uncertainty” reads the Remain scare tactic handbook. Isn’t that an odd argument? The only way we can have any certainty about our future is to be in control of our own destiny. The real uncertainty comes from entrusting our future to EU elites. Remainers like to [...]

Forty One Years in the Making

March 2, 2016 // 0 Comments

Not many people who were six years of age would have memories of the fateful day in 1973 when Britain became a member of the European Community, or Common Market as it was known then.  Those six year olds would not have listened to the arguments for and against joining or the implications of the [...]
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