Labour’s immigration betrayal

Paul Nuttall accuses Labour of betrayal on immigration

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall said:”Labour has betrayed millions of British families on immigration. It was Labour that threw open our jobs market to millions of Eastern Europeans with no transitional controls at all.

“What Jeremy Corbyn is committing himself to today is not even worthy of the term ‘sticking plaster’. For him to think stopping a few online job ads is going to have any real impact on the movement of people from the low wage economies of Eastern Europe is a joke.  Continue reading Labour’s immigration betrayal

Christmas message 2016

A Christmas message from UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP

A tumultuous year in politics is almost at an end. This year the British people decided to change the course their country was set on. They chose a new path, writes UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall MEP.

By a narrow but decisive majority, they opted to take back control of key decision-making. They decided that European political integration and indeed the whole era of globalisation had gone too far, hollowing-out their democracy and leaving most of them worse off both financially and in terms of the cohesion of their communities.  Continue reading Christmas message 2016

Labour blocking Brexit

Dear Editor,

By trying to meddle with the Referendum result, Labour ignores the plight of the low waged.

Jeremy Corbyn’s party is looking for any way it can to block the will of the British people.

How can he claim to be on the side of working people when it is attempting to block the one thing that will stop the over-supply in the labour market?

He says it is just an amendment, but the truth is, he is hoping it will stop Brexit in its tracks.

Corbyn’s mask has finally slipped, and the public can now see he is just as pro-big business and anti working-people as the Tories and the Lib Dems.

Yours sincerely

Paul Nuttall MEP

UKIP Leader

Radio station congratulated

Dear Editor,

Let me offer my congratulations to Oldham Community Radio 99.7 FM for receiving well deserved national recognition for their radio station.

They not only picked up three prizes in the Community Radio Awards but these included the gold award in the journalism category.

Well done to this not for profit organisation which serves not only the people of Oldham but many thousands in neighbouring boroughs.  Continue reading Radio station congratulated

Paul Nuttall elected UKIP Leader



Winning a comprehensive victory, Paul announced: “The country needs a strong UKIP more than ever before. If UKIP is to be an electoral force, there will be an impetus on Theresa May and her government to give us a real Brexit.
ukip-leadership-contest“I want to replace the Labour Party and make UKIP the patriotic voice of working people.”
Paul becomes the ninth leader of the Party since its formation in 1993.
On accepting his new position, he confirmed the Party’s chairman as Paul Oakden, who has been in the role since August and announced his Deputy Leader as Peter Whittle, the Party’s leader in the London Assembly. Patrick O’Flynn MEP will act as Principal Political Advisor to the new leader.

Continue reading Paul Nuttall elected UKIP Leader

Football Poppy Row



UKIP leadership contender Paul Nuttall is backing the Football Association’s stance against disciplinary proceedings brought by FIFA.

The proceedings follow the decision by the England and Scotland teams to wear poppies in their World Cup qualifier on Armistice Day. football

A row broke out before the game with the International Football Association Board (IFAB) stating that players cannot wear “political, religious or personal slogans, statements or images”.

The teams ignored the stricture and English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn said they would wear black armbands carrying the poppy ‘as a point of principle’.

“I think that goes to the heart of it; it is a point of principle and well done to the players for standing up for it,” said Mr Nuttall, North West MEP and former footballer.

“The English and Scottish Football Associations have said they will contest any sanctions imposed and they have my wholehearted backing.  Continue reading Football Poppy Row

Leadership campaign event

UKIP leadership favourite Paul Nuttall MEP has spelled out his “unity” plans for the future of the party at a packed rally in Bolton.

pnsfMr Nuttall, North West MEP, received a rapturous welcome at the event at Whites Hotel at Bolton’s Macron Stadium last night (Mon).

His campaign to take over the mantle from Nigel Farage is being backed by various other party MEPs including Mike Hookem and Bill Etheridge, who were both present along with London Assembly member Peter Whittle, who days ago dropped out of the contest in favour of Paul.

Mr Nuttall spoke of his determination to unite the party if he is elected later this month and emphasised the role that UKIP still has in British politics following the EU referendum in June.

He also spoke of the importance of the party in the North and pointed out, “Politics is about empathy. In the days of Clement Attlee our Labour MPs came from the mines or factories or docks. This lot are a bunch of middle class intellectuals who wouldn’t know a council house if it fell out to the sky and hit them on the head.”

Mr Nuttall pointed out the success that UKIP has had at grass roots level with getting 500 councillors appointed including in Bolton and Hartlepool.

Among those present was Cllr Sean Hornby, leader of the UKIP group on Bolton Council.


UKIP Member of the European Parliament for the the North West of England