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Trumpton constituency “winnable”, say UKIP

The marginal constituency of Trumpton East & Chigley is “absolutely on our list of winnable seats”, says UKIP, after persuading local residents that it is actually a real party, not something made up to entertain children.

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Posted: Dec 8th, 2014
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Private schools must be more patronising to keep tax relief

A*Labour’s education spokesman, Tristram Hunt has announced plans to make private schools’ tax breaks conditional on being a lot more patronising towards state schools.  ‘Some independent schools are already being extremely patronising and we welcome that, but if the sector as a whole is dodging tax to the tune of £165 million a year they must elucidate why they think they’re totally superior in every possible way.’

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Posted: Dec 8th, 2014
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25 years after Berlin Wall falls, East and West Sussex to unify

As the world stops to remember the momentous events in Berlin a quarter of a century ago, the last great communist dictatorship in Europe looks set to crumble, paving the way for the reunification of Sussex and a final end to the Cold War.

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Posted: Nov 10th, 2014
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Mike Read ‘struggling’ with difficult second racist song

Sources close to DJ and UKIP half-time entertainer Mike Read have reported that the writer of ‘UKIP Calypso’ is struggling with the follow-up to the smash hit.

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Posted: Nov 9th, 2014
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Farage suggests ‘Casual Racism Fridays’ for UK businesses

Nigel Farage has outlined a new manifesto pledge requesting the support of British businesses to promote their new ‘Casual Racism Fridays’ campaign, which he hopes to see adopted by the vast majority of UK businesses before the next election.

‘For too long the hard-working English nationalist has had to keep his views and opinions to himself during the business week to avoid being, at best, labelled as insensitive and at worst caught up in corporate disciplinary procedures’, the UKIP leader said today.

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Posted: Nov 2nd, 2014
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