Sunday, 13 April 2014
How Vote UKIP on May 22 and Change Labour
Although there is a left wing anti-EU party called No2EU, funded and backed by UK trade unions, it is nowhere in the news, like UKIP is practically every day.
Three parties in the UK offering anti-EU vote on May 22, 2014 European Elections, are on my home page of my yet unformed party, The Swans new party
UKIP won, in the polls, when Nigel Farage had a televised debate with the Lib Dems Nick Clegg on the European Elections, to be held in the UK on May 22, 2014.
Hardly a week goes by without Nigel Farage, UKIP Leader, being in the news.
Labour has changed out of all recognition to the party before the 1980s and back to when it was invented at the turn of the 20th Century, just before the First World War.
The reason Labour has changed is that Labour is chasing the UKIP vote, especially in the north of England where the Tories are in terminal decline, as happened to the Tory party in Scotland (only 1 Tory MP now left up there).
UKIP is the party gaining the blue collar pensioner vote, that voted Labour in their youth, with 70 per cent of UKIP's membership being pensioners.
As 60 per cent of young people (under 30s) do not vote and over 4 million young people are not on the electoral roll, then it is the over 50s who are the majority left voting in the UK.
So the voters between 40 and infinity could change Labour.
Incredibly, by Labour voters coming out in great numbers and voting UKIP in the European Elections on May 22, 2014.
Labour will then change its policy on EU membership and give the voters a referendum on Europe in its general election manifesto for 2015.
Another way to change both Labour and UKIP is for
women aged 60 since 2013,
men at 65 since 2013 losing the higher age related tax allowance, and
all the men and women being left with nil income forever in old age,
to sign my online petition,
before the gagging law ends all petitions soon.