UKIP take action and do it ourselves when needed. This has been demonstrated a number of times in recent months, where direct action has delivered an improvement for the community or specific individuals or where we are fighting to do so.
Here are 2 more examples:
In Westwood, where a disabled resident was living in very poor circumstances, Mark Perry, our UKIP representative in Ravensthorpe ward, had been attempting to get some assistance for him with no success, so he asked for advice from one of the UKIP councillors.
The Ploughman pub has been at the heart of the Werrington community since it was built as part of the retail and community development in Staniland Way.
Tesco, who own the pub and the shops, are selling the entire site (apart from their store and petrol station of course) to property developers who want to demolish the pub and shops and build 120 social housing units. UKIP are determined to fight this closure.