Author Archives: phillipbroughton

21 Mar 17 – Hartlepool Labour’s lies on UKIP NHS policy shows just how desperate they are

Once again Hartlepool labour is putting out the lie about NHS privatisation and UKIP. They do it all the time they lie and misrepresent our NHS policy because they know firstly we are the true threat to them politically and … Continue reading

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1 Mar 17 – My comments on the Douglas Carswell/Arron Banks spat

These attacks on Douglas Carswell need to stop. Arron Banks has given #UKIP some money but that doesn’t entitle him to run the party.

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28 Feb 17 – My new office in Hartlepool

If you would like to write to my new Ukip office in Hartlepool the address is Suite 6, 10 Lower Church Street, Hartlepool, TS24 7DJ. Also follow me on; Twitter – @Phil_Broughton Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/phillipbroughtonukip Website – http://www.philllipbroughton.wordpress.com Youtube Channel … Continue reading

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25 Feb 17 – My comments on the Stoke and Copeland by-election results

Stoke & Copeland results were terrible. These results should be a wake-up call for UKIP. We must talk about more than Immigration and EU.

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22 Feb 17 – Car parking charges at Seaton will damage Hartlepool’s businesses and tourism

Labour controlled Hartlepool council doesn’t understand businesses, tourism or public opinion. The ridiculous and stupid decision to bring in car parking charges at Seaton will put more costs on business that are already struggling at a difficult economic time. Charges … Continue reading

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18 Feb 17 – The undemocratic scumbag Tony Blair should accept that Brexit is going to happen

It was outrageous to see yesterday possibly the worst Prime Minister this country has ever had Tony Blair basically demanding that the British people’s decision in the EU referendum last year be overturned. Tony Blair and the rest of the … Continue reading

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6 Feb 17 – Federer’s Australian Open victory will cement his legacy as the greatest of all time

Who would have thought that after 6 months out injured in his first tournament since Wimbledon in July last year that Roger Federer would come back and win his 18th Grand Slam title? I must admit heading into the Australian … Continue reading

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