UKIP has developed a range of policies
DAVID Page's LETTER (Your Say, January 15) regarding UKIP's policies made for interesting reading, being factual and thought provoking.
UKIP started out 20 years ago as a one-issue party, namely the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union.
That particular baton has not been dropped, but, much more importantly, we have subsequently developed a full range of policies, covered in our national and local manifestos.
Immigration, defence, policing, health, planning, education, transport, housing, taxation and democracy among others.
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We are now the third party in politics, ousting the Liberal Democrats into fourth place, and could not have achieved this without these policies being in place.
Mr Jones' ungentlemanly letter (January 15) describing Mrs Blunkett's letter as a rant requires an answer when his own facts are inaccurate.
Whether he supports UKIP or not is irrelevant. If you are putting your own point of view across, and everyone is entitled to do so, at least make the points factually correct.
To say the EU has been the foundation for peace for 60 years is not correct. This role can be put down to NATO as being the power behind the peacekeeping.
Even today if you watch TV there are street riots in the Southern European countries, fighting for their freedom.
Europe is in danger of ever increasing civil unrest due to EU policies with far right extremist parties taking an increasing share of the votes; something nobody wants.
Commission on currency exchanges still occurs as we are not part of the Eurozone anyway.