These are Ten Good Reasons to Vote UKIP:
- UKIP will leave the EU and save at least £8bn pa in net contributions. Stop press: now increased by a further £1.7bn
- We will control our borders and control immigration, with ‘points based’ work permits.
- UKIP will abolish the Department of Energy and Climate Change, and repeal the Climate Change Act 2008 which costs the economy £18bn a year.
- No new subsidies for wind farms and solar arrays. UKIP will abolish green taxes and charges in order to reduce fuel bills.
- UKIP will cut the foreign aid budget by £9bn pa, prioritising disaster relief and schemes which provide water and inoculation against preventable diseases.
- Schools will be allowed to apply to become grammar schools.
- UKIP will remove tuition fees for students taking approved degrees in
science, medicine, technology, engineering, maths on the condition that
they live, work and pay tax in the UK for five years.
- UKIP will increase personal tax allowance to the level of full-time minimum wage
- UKIP will scrap the HS2 project which is uneconomical and unjustified
- David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband
Ten More Good Reasons to Vote UKIP
- UKIP will guarantee those who have served in the Armed Forces for 12 or more years a job in the police force, prison service or enlarged border force
- UKIP will protect the Green Belt and introduce incentives for development on brownfield instead of greenfield sites
- Inheritance tax will be abolished.
- We will ensure that visitors to the UK, and migrants until they have paid NI for five years, have private health insurance as a condition of entry, saving the NHS £2bn pa.
- We will stop further use of PFI in the NHS and encourage local authorities to buy out their PFI contracts early where this is affordable.
- We will end the unfairness of devolved nation’s MPs voting on English-only issues.
- UKIP will withdraw from the European Court of Human Rights, reverse the UK opt-in to EU law and European Arrest Warrant and replace with extradition agreements.
- We will repeal the Human Rights Act and replace with a new British Bill of Rights. The interests of law-abiding citizens & victims will always take precedence over criminals.
- UKIP opposes the bedroom tax. It operates unfairly, taking insufficient account of the availability of alternative accommodation or the needs of families and the disabled.
- We would review all legislation and regulations from the EU (3,600 new laws since 2010) and remove those which hamper British prosperity and competitiveness.