Inflammatory talk by UKIP members will not make problems go away

11:28 28 February 2013

SO UKIP is intending to contest all the seats in the forthcoming Cambridgeshire County Council elections is it?

Well, I suggest that people thinking of voting for UKIP read up on the party’s views well.

After reading the page on immigration it seems to me to be blatantly racist.

With the possibility of a march against immigration already coming upon Wisbech this is all we need!

Yes, we all know that there is a problem with increased immigration but the government have already agreed to look at the issue.

Inflammatory talk will not make the problems go away but will probably make things worse for us in the Fens.

UKIP is primarily a party which is trying to get us out of the EU, but does not have much of an agenda for other issues.

Also David Cameron has already promised us an in/out referendum so we do not need the racist UKIP lot.

Just to read some of their attacks on our councillors this week shows them up for what and who they really are.

BRENDA BARBER

Via e-mail

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  • Dave also promised an election when he was in opposition. Us normal working class folk are done with all the fake promises; be it yourselves or the other bunch of losers, UKip are taking the mantle and appealing to all the folk who see our once great and prosperous country going down the tubes. Vote Ukip...simples.

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    nrg

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