Activists back in action in North Walsham

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Confusion over second referendum calls

Dear Sir,

So Remainers want a second referendum.  To enable me to make a meaningful decision could they please explain exactly what I would be voting for if I decided to remain in the EU.

Would I be voting for new countries like Albania and Turkey to be included or for a European police force and army?  Would I be voting for further dictatorial central control or giving countries the ability to take unilateral decisions like Germany inviting 1 million immigrants to settle in the EU?

All I do know is that back in 1975 the British people voted to join a trading group and what we have ended up with is the undemocratic super state of Europe.  If we fail to leave the EU now I dread to think what the future will hold as it will be completely out of our control.

Yours faithfully,

David Ramsbotham

Eastern Daily Press – Published 17 August 2018

Letter To EDP

Sir,

Old Cromer Road, Holt.

For weeks now we have suffered the inconvenience of the Old Cromer Road being dug up just weeks after it was resurfaced.

To add insult to injury last Saturday the workmen arrived and worked 3 hours from 7.30 to 10.30am no doubt a prescribed time to qualify for enhanced weekend working. It was very hot on Saturday.

Today, weekday standard time, no one has arrived.

Too hot to work? Forget the residents who just want the work completed.

I blame management who should be overseeing the contract.

Yours faithfully,

Michael Baker,

Treasurer UK I P North Norfolk Constituency.

Letter to EDP – PFI

Sir,

Why use PFI’s in the first place, EDP 6th July.
Cast your mind back to a Labour chancellor, Gordon Brown, who was in a muddle with our country’s finances.
The EU had a rule that no country should run a deficit greater than 3% of GDP.
The only way to continue spending was to devise the PFI, private finance initiative.
So the blame for these extremely expensive mistakes lay firmly at the door of the EU, and a spendthrift chancellor.

Yours faithfully,

Michael Baker,
Treasurer UK I P North Norfolk Constituency.

Get tougher on thieves

Sir,

Secretary avoids prison … EDP July 4th.

Trust is one of the bedrocks of a decent, civilised, society. Thieving undermines this trust and should be dealt with accordingly.
Whether it be a large sum or petty shoplifting it all undermines trust.
Those in positions of authority who steal from charities are near the bottom of the pile.
What use is a sentence of 8 months in prison SUSPENDED for 2 years.
Wake up ‘law and order’ and smell the coffee.

Michael Baker,
Treasurer UKIP North Norfolk Constituency.

Eastern Daily Press – Published 10th July 2018

What don’t you get about vote?

Dear Sir,

I note that the deluge of anti-brexit letters continues. What exactly is it about democracy that Remainers do not understand? It was a clear victory for Leavers on both the current “first past the post” system and on the proportional representation basis favoured by many especially LibDem supporters. Are they just bad losers or is it their aim to destroy our respect for the democratic process for ever?

Yours faithfully,
David Ramsbotham

Eastern Daily Press – Published 5 July 2018