Why do we let Europe meddle in UK affairs?
I AM driven to writing this even though, when it suited my beliefs, I have in the past supported both Conservative and Liberal parties.
But the social, economic and political changes which created the Tories, Whigs, socialists and Liberals have now met another influence, the EU and its legislative idealism.
Once again, the winds of political change have heralded a new and dynamic party, able to counter the direction that existing, overloaded political parties are burdened with.
Notwithstanding the retribution that the EU may wreak upon the UK if UKIP is able, through a referendum, to detach us from the more political and judicial interference that over-paid bureaucrats and their staff in Europe might inflict on us, we should stick to our guns.
We should have an economic interactive zone but there should be no meddling in our judicial, welfare or immigration policies. UKIP is unfettered by the unprogressive intellectual party dogma and structural selection processes that blight the three major parties.