October 25th, 2016

UKIP Alastair MacBrayne

UKIP Alastair MacBrayne UKIP Alastair MacBrayne
Updated: 3:05 pm, May 07, 2015

I AM a local man and I joined UKIP with, a belief that our country needs a democratic force that will care for and listen to ordinary people, who feel by let down by an elitist political establishment. I am passionate about Great Britain as a benevolent country that has always tried in the past to represent oppressed peoples and protect the rights and freedoms of ordinary decent folk. I come to you as a representative for ordinary citizens, whose rights are being compromised in the name of political correctness. The politicians no longer listen to us lone voters, but espouse a doctrine of an elected dictatorship for the chosen few, that no longer represents the interest of the country at heart. These are my proposals for the electorate.

Resolving an immigration crisis that affects us all with out of control open borders, that have flooded the country with excessive immigration, now means that our infrastructure can no longer cope. I believe in a fair solution that provides reasonable border controls, based on an Australian points system that will allow entry only to those that have a job to come to. We are not racist but realistic and we have to protect the livelihoods of our indigenous population and keep them safe and secure. Britain has a great heart, we are proud of being a part of our Commonwealth of nations that represents all colours and creeds, without prejudice or racism. As an important issue that now needs to be readdressed, is to restore our freedom from the clutches of the autocratic and bureaucratic controls of the EU, that no longer represent the interests of our British people, who want to break the UK into minor regions .We have to exit this failed political dictatorship, that is inflicting us with extra costs daily. We cannot manage our borders without leaving the EU as we need to repeal the legislation and edicts that cost our economy dearly and inhibits our prosperity and competitiveness on the world stage, as an independent trading nation. We also need to protect our British jobs from unfair discrimination in favour of EU workers. This must stop and we must get our country back! Cameron cannot be trusted to deliver a renegotiation of our treaty to withdraw from the EU; he lied to us before in 2010, he has not the means to see this through.

We will abolish HS2, which will allow us to provide investment in better railways, improved infrastructure in providing more stations, longer trains to provide more seats, bring down the cost of rail fares by making the franchise companies more accountable to the travelling public, with more cross country services. As the taxpayers we have a right to oppose HS2 as a monstrous white elephant, thought up by the anti democratic forces of our political class, where we no longer have a say to destroy farms, homes and the environment to no advantage.

We will maintain and improve the capability of our armed forces so that they have the means to protect us and provide a deterrence from our enemies. We will ensure that there are no more police cuts and aim to provide support and welfare to all those in our security services.

We will rescue and maintain our NHS, free at the point of delivery with free hospital parking. Provide proper funding and resources to deliver a world class service. We will improve the morale of all the NHS workers to give them a new deal, pay them properly and bring back the State Enrolled Nurse to prevent incompetent, negligent or bullying managers. It will be a NHS that will not allow the Trade and Investment Partnership on privatisation, as well as removing any ISDS clause which allows corporations to sue Governments. Also extending funding for GP’s to restore care and services within the community.

To provide cheaper energy, abolish Green Taxes; also protect the Green Belt and protect planning permission decisions by local referenda.

Invest in students, removing tuition fees for degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine. We shall also invest in hard working people a benefit of not paying taxes under £13,500 per year. We shall also abolish the Bedroom Tax and provide better welfare for the vulnerable.

UKIP can fund all these promises from savings of over £33billion by leaving the EU, but most of all save our democracy to rule from Westminster and not Brussels.

Alastair MacBrayne