So what do I believe in? Well I believe that the United Kingdom should only be governed by her own citizens, that the government should at all times put the interests of the UK and its people first and that the only laws that should apply in the UK are those wholly made by the Parliament of the UK.
Therefore we should cease to be a member of the European Union and not join any international organisation which involves in any way the surrender of any part of the UK’s sovereignty. The integrity of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland should be maintained.
In doing this, it is important to stress that I do not endorse, support or encourage any discrimination against (or in favour of) any person on the grounds of their race, religion, ethnic origin, education, beliefs, sexual orientation, class, social status, sectarianism or any other basis. I believe that at all times everyone should stick to the principles of the rule of law, liberty, democracy, respect for human rights and the essential, traditional freedoms of the people of the UK. I will expand on this specific issue in future Posts.
I believe government should promote and encourage those who aspire to improve their personal situation and those who seek to be self-reliant, whilst providing protection for those genuinely in need. That they should favour the ability of individuals to make decisions in respect of themselves and seek to diminish the role of the State. I would like to see a lower burden of taxation on individuals and businesses and proper control over the United Kingdom’s borders thereby strengthening and guaranteeing the essential, traditional freedoms and liberties of all people in the United Kingdom.