May 4th - Cambridgeshire’s chance to vote for hard working local people who care about our community
Graham Whitehead Published April16th 2017
On May 4th, the people of Cambridgeshire go to the polls to elect their County Councillors for the next four years and are joined by the residents of Peterborough in electing their first Mayor of the Combined Authority.
Why should you vote for UKIP candidates now that the Referendum is won? Because while nationally UKIP fought and won the argument to leave the EU, our local Councillors also rolled up their sleeves and did the hard work on the ground.
We challenged waste and profligate spending. We refused to let the Conservatives get away with spending your money on vanity schemes and suspect solar farms. We fought to protect your vital services and to stand up to Labour when they wanted to flood our area with more immigration.
Your elected UKIP Councillors have also gone out of their way to help you the residents with the problems you face every day like litter, fly-tipping, crime, car parking and social housing. Local people dealing with local issues.
The people of Yaxley and Farcet have a great candidate in Paul Richardson, a local man who cares passionately about the education in the local area.
Hard working Councillor Roger Henson is standing for re-election in Sawtry & Stilton and the neighbouring villages. Roger’s family history goes back over 350 years in Stilton!
Our candidate for Mayor of the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority is Paul Bullen, an ex-RAF Officer who has worked long and hard over the years for the people of Cambridgeshire.
So if you want hard working Councillors and fair and effective local government, there is every reason to vote UKIP on May 4th.
Westminster Islamic Terror Attack
Posted on March 22nd, 2017
UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall said, "A terrible attack on our democracy has taken place today. My thoughts tonight go out to the victims of this terrorist atrocity and their families.
"Once again the emergency services have demonstrated the extraordinary work they do on our behalf. That a police officer is among the dead underlines the debt of gratitude we all owe those who work to keep us safe.
"In the coming hours and days more information will doubtless emerge about the attacker or attackers and their motivation. In the meantime everyone should resolve that terrorism will never beat us.