Change Britain – Survey

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We’d like to encourage you to fill out this survey, which will allow you to tell Change Britain why you voted Leave in June 23rd.

The unelected rabble in the House of Lords, with consummate arrogance are suggesting that we didn’t realise what we were voting for.  This survey will put to rest that insulting and patronising argument.

changebritain.org/content/change-britain-survey

Change Britain is the offspring of the designated Leave Campaign, Vote Leave (who we backed in 2016).

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Finally, we’re out!

Sir,

Today, Article 50 will be triggered.
Finally, the UK will begin the process of leaving the EU, cutting EU regulation that has accreted over 44 years.
We can finally give our fishing industry their livelihoods back, instead of the raw deal we’re being forced to accept now, with the common fisheries policy, which has lead to 60% of the fishing fleet being scrapped, and the loss of £1.5 billion of revenue. At the moment, 80% of fish caught in UK waters is caught by EU ships. I urge our representatives across the region to fight for the British fishing industry, it is vital, and should not be used as a bargaining chip in the upcoming renegotiation.
Yours,
Jack Smith
Vote Leave Constituency Coordinator (North Norfolk)

Letter to Nigel Farage from North Norfolk Branch of UKIP

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Jack Smith
www.ukipnn.uk
22nd July 2016

Dear Nigel,

I’m writing on behalf of all members of UKIP North Norfolk, to thank you for your work as our UKIP. You’ve helped us, in North Norfolk, and many like us get the determination, and the attitude to stand up and do what we feel is right.

It was because of you, and your leadership of UKIP that drove us to get out there, into local and national politics, to force real change, to challenge existing norms and the establishment.

In particular, in North Norfolk, we achieved a large 17.8% majority to Leave the European Union. We are glad we’ve got our country back; we will regain independence, and be able to establish ourselves again as a major power in the world.

But, we’re also conscious that the work is not yet over, our next job is to hold the Government to account, and make sure that the people’s will shall be carried out. We in North Norfolk are ready for any outcome, and look forward to facing problems head on.

Thank you, again, for all the work you’ve put into this party, and well done from all of us on the successes you have achieved, after 20 years, they’re very well deserved.

Yours Sincerely,

Jack Smith
North Norfolk Branch Chairman

Some photos of our campaign in North Norfolk..

We’ve had such as busy few months, and as the campaigning has ended, we will get the results tomorrow, I’d just like to share some photos of the campaign with you!

Vote Leave today!

thunderclapGood morning all,

A final reminder that (incase you hadn’t noticed!) the referendum is today!

FAQ

  • Where is my polling station? – List of polling stations in North Norfolk.
  • If you filled out a postal vote, but forgot to post it, you can still drop it by your polling station.

Thank you, best of luck, and thank you!

Jack Smith
UKIP North Norfolk Chairman
Vote Leave Constituency Coordinator

This is what the EU has planned for us..

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Source: Daily Mail, written by Daniel Hannan MEP:

  1. Banning Hair-Dryers
    “Postpone it until Autumn” Finnish commissioner Jyrki Katanien’s response when the media started ridiculing the idea of banning high-energy dishwashers, hair-dryers, and other household appliances.
  2. Bigger Budget
    Mid-term review of the EU’s seven-year budget was due, but postponed to convenient time after our referendum. Why? Because the EU has admitted it has unpaid bills amounting to €24.7bn, or £19.6bn. That’s an additional £2.4bn for the United Kingdom.
  3. Open Borders
    The EU free movement rules will still apply when countries such as Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey join. David Cameron failed to secure anything blocking this in his renegotiation.
  4. More Bail-Outs
    We had an agreement saying that we don’t need to pay into bailouts for failing Eurozone members. But, in 2015, we were forced to loan Greece £600mn. Why? The EU scrapped that agreement, when it became a nuisance. This is a perfect example of the EU and its disdain for democracy, and general decency.
  5. Deeper integration
    The EUs answer to crisis is: more EU. The 5 President’s Report published in 2015 calls for the harmonisation of budgets, economic policy and taxation, as well as elements of social security. While in response to the Euro Crisis, these rules will apply to all 28 members of the EU.
  6. Human Rights
    European Court of Justice (ECJ) extended powers to human rights, this goes over the UK courts. We cannot now deport convicted criminal and non EU national Abu Hamza’s daughter-in-law, due to her son being an EU national.
  7. Art import licences
    London is the centre of the global trade in fine arts, bringing in billions in revenue. Its competitors are New York, Geneva and Hong Kong. Britain has already been disadvantaged by the EU’s application of VAT to fine arts sales, and now, London has more to contend with in the pipeline. The plans for an EU Import Licensing regime, which Anthony Browne, chairman of the British Art Market Federation, says: ‘Our big concern is that an import licence system would impose a new and very damaging burden on the British art market which is heavily dependent on cross-border trading.’
  8. Wrecking our ports
    The EU Parliament has voted to force ports to have one provider for all internal services (mooring, dredging, unloading etc). This makes sense for state owned operations, by British ports are often private, small, and in competition with one another. Everyone agrees that the measure will deter investment. Every British port operator and every trade union opposes it and every British MEP, from the Greens to Ukip, voted against it. Deferred for now, it will come back after the referendum.
  9. Quotas for online TV
    The EU Commission wants online providers to reserve 20% of their content for European programmes, which should be ‘given good visibility’. If the EU made good TV, we’d be watching it. It’s not our fault american programs such as Game of Thrones, Walking Dead and Friends are so popular, (and so many are acted by British actors).
  10. A European Army
    The Liberal group leader, Guy Verhofstadt, has supported the creation of an EU army. That’s the same group our Lib Dem colleagues are part of. The Remainers say this isn’t on the cards, but they don’t rule Europe, the Commission does.

Source: Daily Mail, written by Daniel Hannan MEP