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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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European immigrant report ‘tarnished with facts’ say UKIP

The revelation by University College London that European immigrants have contributed £20 billion more in taxes than they have taken in benefits has been criticised by Nigel Farage as ‘blighted by facts,’ adding, ‘just because it proves the opposite to what we’ve been saying ignores the simple fact that British people don’t like Europeans.’

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Posted: Nov 6th, 2014
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Council removes Lib Dem politician from Tory foster couple

hoping to regain some self-esteem one dayHis foster parents belong to a political party with ‘a warped view of the world’.

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Posted: Nov 6th, 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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Nominations for 2015 spring uprising due in

phone lines are now openThe United Nations applications deadline for the next country or countries to host a popular uprising expires today, with a wide field of candidates vying for the coveted spring 2015 slot.

‘The annual spring uprising has become an international event,’ said Lars Hofmeister, head of UN peacekeeping operations. ‘The list of applicants this year was likely to be longer than ever,’ he said, ‘with around 30 to 40 nations all bidding for the right to hold a destabilising and potentially violent revolution to cause problems for or even overthrow an existing government.

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Posted: Oct 16th, 2014
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