Saturday, 9 August 2014

A typical Ukip voter has little experience of immigration
"Feelings of being 'forgotten' hurt more than the realities of immigration"
"they're putting us first for a change, because it does feel we're second rate in our own country"
          There is UKIP's message for all politicians and politicalparties: The electorate feel that more attention is paid to the needs, wants and views of minorities than is paid to those of the majority of the population.    As we would say back home: "so what am I, chopped liver?

Actually, we don't love Boris - we are amused by him. It is nice to have a stand-up comic in politics to spice up the daily news

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