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Posts Tagged ‘ UKIP ’

Eastleigh: Crime up 31% charges down 21% as Police close front office

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May 20, 2018
Eastleigh: Crime up 31% charges down 21% as Police close front office

Hampshire Constabulary have announced that Eastleigh Police Station will be closed to the public from tomorrow, Monday (May 21) and that Portswood Police Station will the nearest station open for personal enquiries – a 1 hour 14 minute walk away. The closure comes as research undertaken by BBC TV news programme Panorama revealed last...
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Ukip councillor: ‘NHS Trust put lives at risk’

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March 26, 2018
Ukip councillor: ‘NHS Trust put lives at risk’

  Today’s news that the Calmore-based Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust have been fined £2 million for failing two patients who died in its care has come as no surprise says former Ukip County Councillor Andy Moore. Last year Southern Health pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety laws due to a series of...
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Green party MEP backs Farage call for 2nd referendum

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January 11, 2018
Green party MEP backs Farage call for 2nd referendum

    The Green Party’s Keith Taylor has backed his fellow South East MEP Nigel Farage after the former Ukip leader suggested he could support a second ‘ratification’ referendum on EU membership. Speaking on C5 ‘Wright Stuff’ show this morning  ‘Brexit Bad Boy’ Farage said a fresh vote could; “Kill (the Remain campaign) off...
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Ukip PPC: ‘Eastleigh deserves better’

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June 7, 2017

Eastleigh Ukip candidate Malcolm Jones has told Eastleigh News that “Eastleigh deserves better”; that the Town’s Infrastructure problems are so bad that only a ‘local man’ can solve them and that he doesn’t believe polls which show support for Ukip has slumped to around 4%. The candidate whose campaign placards feature the strap line...
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Fair Oak faces 30 weeks of traffic disruption

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March 2, 2017
Fair Oak faces 30 weeks of traffic disruption

Unlucky residents in Fair Oak face eight months of motoring misery commencing March 13. Southern Water will be building a 1km sewer to connect the new housing development at Crowd Hill to the sewage network The sewer will start in Sandy Lane – which has already been marked out for the diggers – at...
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Brexit puts 8,000 new jobs at risk says CEBR

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June 2, 2016
Brexit puts 8,000 new jobs at risk says CEBR

A new report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) shows that over 100,000 UK manufacturing jobs across the country will be created by the EU’s single market and would be at risk if we left. This includes 8,100 jobs to be created in the South East by 2030. The report comes as...
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Faulty sewage tank causes footpath flooding

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June 1, 2016
Faulty sewage tank causes footpath flooding

A riverside footpath popular with ramblers was flooded over the Bank Holiday Weekend after a crack in a storage tank resulted in  the escape of  thousands of gallons of treated waste water from the Chickenhall Lane Water Treatment Plant. On Sunday a local man out walking his dog along the Itchen Navigation spotted water...
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Tories ‘on way up’ as Mims wins in Eastleigh

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May 18, 2015
New MP Mims Davies and Newly elected Councillor Jerry Hall celebrate

Godfrey Olson, the Leader of Eastleigh Borough Council’s Conservative Group has declared that the party is ‘on the way up’ after Mims Davies became the constituency’s first female MP in the General Election and the Conservatives took two borough council seats. The result in the General Election was as follows: Eastleigh General Election 2015:...
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Former local Ukip candidate ‘comes home’ to the Tories

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May 6, 2015
Former local Ukip candidate ‘comes home’ to the Tories

A former Conservative council candidate who defected to Ukip last year and then stood for the Eurosceptic’s in the Borough elections has flip-flopped again and rejoined the party he previously described as “out of touch” and “too far to the left.” Michael Read had been a life long member of the Conservative party and has...
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Ukip candidate under pressure following Twitter gaffe

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April 11, 2015

Eastleigh’s Ukip election candidate has found herself in the media spotlight after a Twitter gaffe provoked a storm of protest on the social media network. Patricia Culligan has apologised for the offending tweet – since deleted – that erroneously suggested Liverpool Lib Dem candidate Paul Childs had ‘deliberately ‘ infected himself with HIV –...
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Youngsters tear down Ukip signs

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April 10, 2015
Ukip PPC Patricia Culligan holds up vandalised sign

A Ukip stakeboard belonging to County Councillor Andy Moore has been vandalised by passing youngsters as other local Ukip activists report similar attacks on their placards. Last Thursday afternoon two groups of juveniles passing the Tennyson Road property successively uprooted one of th ecoucnillor s two election signs out of his garden hedge and...
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Minister learns about town’s traffic woes

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April 10, 2015

. The Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin visited Eastleigh this week to learn more about some the town’s traffic problems first hand – although the visit attracted the attention of placard carrying Ukip activists. McLouglin spoke to the Conservative candidate for Eastleigh Mims Davies, local Conservative councillors and members of the public about transport and...
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Paul backs Patricia for Eastleigh

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April 10, 2015
Paul backs Patricia for Eastleigh

Ukip’s second in command Paul Nuttall has visited Eastleigh for a meeting with local activists and voters at the town’s Railway Institute. The Ukip Deputy Leader told a packed hall that it would be much better for the UK if we could have a free trade agreement with the EU instead of a political...
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Ukip launch election campaign in town centre

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March 2, 2015

It was smiles all round as Eastleigh Ukip launched their General Election campaign by opening a shop in the town centre. The Ukip candidate Patricia Culligan was on hand to cut the ribbon outside the premises in the Leigh Rd precinct that formerly served as the Co-Op travel agent before falling long term vacant....
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Ukip Candidate: The Future is Purple

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September 13, 2014

We were once told ‘the future is orange’ but Ukip’s new candidate for Eastleigh, Patricia Culligan, predicts it will be purple in 2015. Last week the businesswoman and mum of three was selected by Eastleigh Ukip members to go one better than Diane James in the 2013 by-election when Ukip came a close second....
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