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Honour fallen PC

Dear Editor,

The terrorist outrage in Westminster has thrown into stark relief the fantastic job the police and other emergency services do day in, day out, on our behalf.

We should never take that for granted and I personally think that, as a mark of the nation’s respect and gratitude, a memorial plaque should be erected in PC Keith Palmer’s honour.

He went out to do his job protecting democracy and never came home. We owe him a debt we can never repay but it is appropriate that there is a permanent reminder to all of his bravery and sacrifice.

Yours faithfully

Paul Nuttall MEP

Statement 23/03/2017

Fine words are not enough, we must take action
Paul Nuttall, the UKIP leader has called for action following the Jihadist attack on Westminster. He pointed out that the BBC security editor Frank Gardner has revealed that the security services must now track more than 3,000 Islamic extremists and that there are simply too many to track all the time. This is up from 1,000 a few years ago. So this problem is getting worse and is now out of control. Continue reading Statement 23/03/2017

Westminster attack

Statement from UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall
Posted on March 22, 2017 4:11 PM
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 doubtlesly emerge about the attacker or attackers and their motivation. In the meantime everyone should resolve that terrorism will never beat us.”

The evil of Islamic State

Why do we throw money at the funders of terrorism? – UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall

• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 08 March 2016

Paul Nuttall MEP, Deputy Leader, UK Independence Party (North West), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group –@paulnuttallukip

nuttall-08-03-2016-275• Debate: Situation in Syria
Statement by the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy


Labour MEP Howitt rejects anything that contradicts his ‘Syrian refugees’ narrative

• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 08 March 2016

• Bluecard Question: Paul Nuttall MEP, Deputy Leader, UK Independence Party (North West), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group – @paulnuttallukip
– Response: Richard Howitt MEP (Labour, UK), Socialist group (S&D)
• Debate: Situation in Syria
Statement by the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy




We must realise who our enemy is


Naïve politics will provide no answer to the ongoing civil war in Syria and the forces of so-called Islamic State, says Ukip deputy leader Paul Nuttall.
He told a meeting of the European Parliament in Strasbourg that instead of empty rhetoric, it was time for the West to reach out to countries like Russia, China and India to tackle Islamic extremists.
Mr Nuttall, MEP for the North West region and a member of the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group in the European Parliament, also warned against treating Russian President Vladimir Putin as a pariah.
He said: “We must first realise who our enemy is and who our enemy is not. We must not see foreign policy through the eyes of the student common room.
“We must realise that geopolitics is not a case of simply black and white but are very often grey areas, and we must be grown up enough to say sometimes my enemy’s enemy is my friend, just as we did in World War Two with Joseph Stalin.
“We need to bring together a grand coalition of nations which includes not just the Western powers, but also Russia, China, India and Muslim nations as well.
“We must come together to cut out the cancer of radical Islamism which brought carnage onto the streets of Paris and I believe will no doubt attempt to repeat the same evil on the streets of another European city sometime soon.
“We need to admit also that Bashar al-Assad is not the threat to global peace in comparison to the Islamism of Islamic State. But we must also look at ourselves and ask have our policies aided the terrorists and sadly the answer is yes.”
Mr Nuttall told the parliament that he had visited the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek last week, seeing at first hand the “ghettos” that have been allowed to develop.
He said: “I was saddened by what I saw but unfortunately I was not surprised. It is a snapshot of everything that has gone wrong with failed policies of political correctness and aggressive multiculturalism.
“It is a ghetto where many home-grown jihadists live, ebbed on by Saudi sponsored Wahhabism.”
Full text and video of Paul Nuttall’s speech to European Parliament: