May on the brink

Source: It looks like time might well be running out for our gutless Remainer prime minister, with reports that yet more Tory MPs are preparing to submit their letters of no confidence to 1922 Committee chairman Graham Brady, bringing the total closer to the 48 threshold that would initiate a potential leadership contest. ITV’s […]

The Process Required to Remove a Party Leader

A message from Gerald Gravett, UKIP S E E Regional Controller I have been asked several times about the process required to remove a party leader and what, if any, action the NEC or the Party is taking in this respect and I will therefore describe the procedure as I understand it.  There is no constitutional way […]

Update from Interim Chairman Paul Oakden

Government Farce Threatens Brexit Politics seems to have taken a turn for the absurd this week, as the Conservative party, elected by millions to ensure the Brexit result we all campaigned for, staggers from self-inflicted crisis to self-inflicted crisis. On Tuesday we had the unedifying sight of Boris Johnson having to apologise for ill-advised and slapdash […]

Remembering Nigel Sitwell

It is with great sadness that we note the passing last month of one of our longer-term members of UKIP Chichester, Nigel Sitwell.  He was one of our staunchest supporters and for many years a member of the Chichester Committee. His life was dedicated to his work in conservation and in particular his work for the Galapagos islands, […]

2017 and the dawn of the New Right

The following article discusses the right of anti-establishment parties in Europe and some parallels with Brexit and Trump. UKIP itself is a centerist party and does not necessarily share all policy visions with the respective parties discussed below. 2016 saw two seismic events in Western politics. In June Britons decided to leave the EU and later on […]

Meet Pernille Vermund, new Danish party leader who wants OUT of EU and strong ties with UK

Source: DENMARK should ban headscarves in schools, have stricter controls on migrants and leave the European Union, according to the leader of the country’s newest far-right party. Pernille Vermund plans to overhaul Danish politics and provide a new challenge to the government in local elections later this year. The 41-year-old leader of Nye Borgerlige […]

Website update

Happy New Year! Thank you for your support during the historic year of 2016. After a short outage,  we are currently in the process of updating the site. It should be fully up and running again by the end of January 2017.