What motivates the leaders of the United Kingdom Independence Party?
Sunday, August 10, 2003
UKIP NEC. How they presented themselves!
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UKIP NEC how they see themselves
Proposer: Tim Parker Seconder: Graham Reuter Assentors: Dennis Brimley, Harun Khan, Anthony North, Brian Lee, Andrew Smith, Susan Smith, Richard Roper, Andrew Taylor.
I was a founder member of UKIP in September 1993 and it was I who proposed the name UK Independence Party. I served as an NEC member from 1993 to 1997, and I was the first Party Secretary from 1994 to 1997. I have stood as a candidate in one Local election, one Parliamentary by-election, two General elections, and one European Parliamentary election. I organised UKIP’s first European Parliamentary election campaign in 1994 when we fielded 24 candidates and achieved 3.4% of the vote. I have extensive experience of writing publicity and election material, and I have appeared on national television.
I resigned from the NEC after the 1997 general election for personal reasons. I resigned from the party later that year because I disagreed in principle with the policy of taking up European parliamentary seats. I have now very reluctantly come to the view that it is permissible for UKIP to take those seats purely in order to use them against the EU. I rejoined the party in 2001 and I was a candidate in the 2001 general election.
For the past year I have edited and published an Internet web site entitled www.europeansinglecurrency.com that is designed to inform the British public of the dangers posed by membership of the euro. I will bring to the NEC proven political judgement and organisational skills. I will never compromise my view that Britain must leave the EU and I will always defend the principles upon which UKIP was originally founded.
Proposer: Lesley Brown Seconder: Anthony Moore Assentors: Richard Buttrey, James Bradshaw,
Gerald Kelley, Francis Worrall, Henry Crocker, Tom Hodgson, John Tomlin, Julie Beaman
Elected as an Independent to represent Carnforth Ward on Lancaster City Council in May 1999 becoming Chairman of the Audit and Support Services Committee and the Private Housing Committee. Opposed the introduction of the cabinet system and is fighting regionalisation. Is employed as North West regional organiser for a national neurological charity developing local Branches, recruiting and training volunteers and working with the local and regional media to raise public awareness. He is married to Julie who is also an active member of UKIP.
Although too young to vote in the ‘75 referendum he campaigned vigorously for a ‘No’ vote and has since been active in the CIB and the Anti-Federalist League before joining UKIP in 2000. Has been active in politics for nearly 30 of his 43 years and has immense relevant experience from his professional life.
At 21 Gregg was an election agent for the Tory Party and at 22 a candidate in the Manchester City Council elections. He spent 1990/01 working in Europe and Latin America before spending five years working in London. In 1993 he stood again for election, this time in the London Borough of Greenwich, before returning to the North in 1996. In 2000 he was UKIP’s candidate in the Preston parliamentary by-election and in the 2001 election was candidate in the Morecambe and Lunesdale constituency. He is currently Chairman of the North Lancashire and Cumbria Branch of the party and is an active member of the Party’s North West Counties Committee.
Graham BOOTH, MEP
Proposer: Jeffrey Titford Seconder: Trevor Colman Assentors: Alan Langmaid, John Horrocks, Pamela Booth, John Ryan, George Stride, Norman Thatcher, Gary Booth, Sue Palfrey.
I would like to acknowledge that any successes I might have achieved for UKIP are due to the tremendous support that I have received from our Westcountry members and supporters. I am coming to the end of my second three-year stint on the NEC (having missed only one meeting in those six years!) and am now seeking re-election.
I stood in Torbay in the 1997 and 2001 General Elections. In an experimental “Mock Election”, held under the “Single Transferrable Vote” system, in Moretonhampstead in1998, I won the third of the four seats available to the 18 candidates for UKIP. (Labour failed to win a seat.) Then, for the 1999 European Elections I was voted into second place and was delighted when UKIP won a seat. I have just taken over that seat, due to the resignation of Michael Holmes through poor health and, as UKIP’s third MEP, I shall do my utmost to use that position to promote the party and to expose the many failings of the EU to as wide a British audience as possible. I have put my name forward to stand in the next European Elections in 2004.
Other positions held in UKIP since I joined in 1996 are: Chairman of Torbay branch; Devon Chairman; Chairman of South West Counties Committee and Deputy Leader to Jeffrey Titford. If you think that my continued membership of the NEC might be of some benefit to UKIP, I would be very pleased to receive your vote.
Nigel Paul FARAGE, MEP
Proposer: Mark Croucher Seconder: Michael Wiltshire Assentors: Robert Howell, R.F. Cobbett, Patricia Dansie, Colin Smith, W.J. Jenner, M.W. Lewis, P.K.Overy, E. Llewellyn.
The next eighteenth months will make or break the UK Independence Party. The next European Elections offer us an opportunity to produce a truly stunning result. Not only is the argument that we don’t need to be in the EU gaining ground, which in no small part is due to us, but the European Constitution will be on the table in June 2004.
Though I have served continuously on the NEC since the inception of UKIP it is only fair to say that I have been a critic of it. The party membership needs strong leadership from an NEC that is in the forefront of policy development. The NEC also needs to become far more professional and ambitious. I have every reason to believe that this is beginning to happen as the talent available to us improves. It is therefore essential that you vote for candidates who get things done in this election, not those who prefer to pontificate. Judge people by their previous results.
I am standing in this election and asking for your vote on the basis of my results for the U.K. Independence Party. In the last two general elections I have been the Party’s highest scoring candidate. I am currently Chairman of the South East area, which now has a third of our national membership. Above all, I believe that I can use an NEC position in the run-up to the European Elections to help organise and motivate our grass roots activity - the bedrock of our Party.
Ian Francis GILLMAN (2003)
Proposer: Eric Houghton Seconder: Peter Baden Assentors: Susan Stevens, Hal Quinlan, J. Quinlan, Derek Nornman, Julian Fairweather, Jenifer Embrey, K.P. Norman, Jane Clark.
There is a deep flaw within the minds of European politicians. They like to control and dominate their
population. Attracted to fanatical ideas they suppress their peoples. We British, on the other hand have
sought to free our population, allowing freedoms of expression to evolve that are anathema on the
Only retention of our parliament, a constitutional monarchy, armed services and civil police swearing
allegiance to that monarchy, not to an unelected politician or bureaucrat, can ensure Britains’ hard won
freedoms remain intact. Remember we gave to the world Magna Carta, which is the basis of the current German constitution and the United Nations charter to name but two examples. Why are our politicians giving it all away within treaties? Quite simply because since the Suez crisis of 1956 they have lost their confidence to govern these islands independently. The erosion of confidence has sapped the British spirit for too long now.
We UKIP people have the confidence to run our own affairs using our own institutions, eventually the beaten and failed politicians will fall aside for people who know and understand the aspirations of Britain and her people. Aged 50 I stood for Corby at the previous two General Elections, the NEC, and was amongst the first dozen parliamentary candidates for the party. Educated at Regent Street
Polytechnic, employed by a police force for ten years, I taught evening classes for five years and have run a business for twenty years. May I now canvass your vote?
Ian Francis GILLMAN (2002)
Proposer: Derek Norman Seconder: Leonard Baynes Assentors: Kay Norman, Margaret King, Julian Fairweather, Ronald Fry, Graham Ward, Lewis Stretch, Helen Stevens, Robert Stevens.
There is a deep flaw within the mind of the European politician. They like to control and dominate their population.
Attracted to fanatical ideas they suppress their peoples. We British, on the other hand have sought to free our population, allowing freedoms of expression to evolve that are anathema on the continent. Only retention of our own parliament, a constitutional monarchy, armed services and civil police swearing an allegiance to
that monarchy, not to an unelected politician or bureaucrat, can ensure the hard won freedoms of the British remain intact.
Remember we gave to the world Magna Carta, which is the basis of the current German constitution and the United Nation charter to name but two examples. Why are our politicians giving it all away within treaties signed every six months? Quite simply becomes since the Suez crisis of 1956 they have lost their confidence to govern these islands independently. The erosion of confidence has sapped the British spirit for too long now.
We UKIP people have the confidence to run our own affairs using our own institutions, eventually the beaten and failed politicians will fall aside for people who know and understand the aspirations of Britain.
Aged 49, I stood for Corby at the previous two General Elections, the NEC, and was amongst the first dozen parliamentary candidates for the party. Educated at Regent Street Polytechnic, employed by a police force for ten years, I taught evening classes for five years and have run a business for twenty years. May I now canvass your vote?
Elected in 2001 therefore no election background available. Following is his statement on stepping aside from Leadership Contest in 2002:-
“We now need a radical or activist approach to the attacks by the eurostate on our democracy and freedoms.
Much of the eurosceptic movement is making a colossal mistake in concentrating on a euro referendum which may not come for years, while almost totally ignoring the daily incursions on our freedoms by an EU determined to rub out the democratic rights of nations. The great thing about UKIP and its growing membership is that we see the eurostate for what it is and are prepared to say so. We have nothing to lose because, to paraphrase Paul Hogan of Crocodile Dundee fame, we are already as popular among the political class as a rattlesnake in a lucky dip.
I had decided to stand for the party leadership on a platform of radicalising our response to the EU. We need to ensure our message is neither obscured nor buried, and we must make ourselves noticed. We must attack head-on the lies of the europhile organisations and media and counter their smears effectively I am confident Roger Knapmans leadership will marry the two elements we need - the exciting move forward which I want, and the stability which Jeffrey has achieved.
I stood down from my candidacy - to the surprise of the NEC! - because I felt that party unity would be best served by doing so. However, I would not have stepped down for a second if I had thought that Roger was not the right person for the job. He is the right person and I warmly recommend him to the party”
Proposer: Damian Hockney Seconder: Graham Webster-Gardiner Assentors: Jonathan Arnott, Leslie Arnott, Pauline Arnott, Charlotte Schofield, Helen Martinek, John Nunn, Frank Gillson, Nicholas Martinek
I joined UKIP in 1997 from the Referendum Party and subsequently became a candidate in both the 1999 European Election and the General Election. I have been a member of the Yorkshire & Humber Regional Committee since its inception, first as Vice Chairman and this is now my third year as Chairman.
For many members, not just the grass roots, the NEC appears remote. We have made some progress but the NEC must become more transparent and more responsive to the operational requirements of the activists, for example by making easy to understand position and policy statements quickly available.
We need a strong, clearly reasoned and well defined manifesto. This will take moral courage if we are to establish policies which are effective and powerfully attractive rather than politically correct. Successive governments have failed to protect the national interest. In assuming that role, UKIP must embrace robust policies which clearly reflect the wishes of the disenfranchised silent majority. Only then can we campaign with all our heart and soul.
If elected to the NEC, I will work to create a more effective party where every member has a vital role to play and the resources with which to do it.
David Charles LOTT
Proposer: Nigel Farage Seconder: Kathryn Lott Assentors: Graham Perks, Bernard Buckle, Jill Reilly, Rose Lynden-Bell, Paul Birch, Ashley Mote, John Harvey, R. Knapman.
It is crucially important for NEC members to keep in touch with the general public. Over the years, I toured the country in my lorry, took part and directed countless by-elections, became involved in local elections, organised major public meetings and campaigns or simply spoke to people in the course of canvassing, whilst personally delivering tens of thousands of leaflets. It all helped me keep my feet firmly on the ground.
Like many of us I have had failures but I learned from these and occasionally had outstanding successes. I am proud to have been Nigel Farage’s campaign manager for the European Election in 1999. The South East ran a determined, comprehensive campaign, the biggest ever undertaken to date by the UKIP. I now find myself in the privileged position of Party Chairman but I am just as proud of being the Chairman of the Isle of Wight Constituency Association. Nationally and locally I am determined to drive the party forward to success at every level. I relish the fight and will drive myself, the NEC and you to the limit in order for us to become Britain’s salvation.
I am a former fighter pilot, airline captain and senior manager. I am extremely fortunate to have a wife whose commitment to the cause enables me to devote all my energy to our colossal task. Together in 2004, we can and must, deliver a major jolt to the UK’s political system in order to stem the tide.
Proposer: Graham Booth Seconder: Peter Wyatt Assentors: Pamela Booth, Stephen Dooley, J.W. Rowledge, Patricia Rowledge, John Beard, Trevor Colman, Alan Langmaid, M. Dent.
Age 35, a founder member of the Party, acting leader 1997/8, deputy leader until 2000. I have served on the NEC since 1994 and stood in the 1994 and 1999 Euro-elections, two council elections and the 1992, 1997 and 2001 General Elections. In June 2001, backed up by a first class team saw a deposit saving for me in Totnes, Devon with over 3,000 votes, the Party’s second best national result.
As Chairman of the Manifesto Committee I was responsible for our General Election Manifesto and am now working on Party strategy for the next major electoral challenges – the local elections in May and the European and House of Lords elections in 2004.
I am a regular speaker around the country and countless Party members make use of my experience gained in nearly 10 years of anti-EU electoral activity. I want to remain on the NEC of this Party and to be key to its further development towards securing our objective –to get Britain out of the EU. Others have come and gone but I always remain with you, such is my commitment to the values and principals of this organisation. I need your vote to continue the work and experience that I bring to the Party.
I am Chartered Accountant and member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. I am an active Round Tabler and won the National Best Speaker trophy in the 2001 debate competition. My main leisure activity is offshore sailing and yacht racing.
Proposer: Joyce Nattrass Seconder: Richard Adams Assentors Mike Nattrass, Jim Carver, Mark Nattrass, Derek Bennett, Natalya Nattrass, Anneliese Nattrass, Wayne Vincent, J.W. Titford.
Member, Solihull & District branch, UK Independence Party. Stood as UKIP candidate for Solihull in June 2001. Lives in Solihull, West Midlands, married to Marian and has two children. He was born in 1959 in Birmingham. He launched his own business career in 1989 and now sits on the board of several companies with interests in investment, leisure and property, and has a wide and varied business experience. His interests include business strategies, corporate biographies, politics and European history. His part time career includes 16 years as a Special Constable, West Midlands Police. He is also a Business Mentor for The Princes Trust.
He was moved to join the UK Independence Party as he felt that none of the mainstream parties had anything to offer in defence of the United Kingdom. He says: “UKIP is now the only party that is putting Great Britain and the interests of British Citizens first and EU second. I am also concerned that the current and previous Governments never seem to give the citizens of the UK any ‘feel good factor’ only telling them they have to take ‘pain’. A Government’s role is to look after its citizens.”
His particular interest, based on his experiences over 16 years as a Special Constable, is in Law and Order issues and is concerned about the increase of ‘yobboism’ and violent behaviour on every High Street in the UK, and the lack of current/previous Governments to have the ‘belly for the fight’ and to implement Zero Tolerance which is possible.
Proposer: Roger Knapman Seconder: Derek Bennett Assentors: William Nattrass, Carla Holmes,
Matthew Illsley, Kay Hammond, Richard Adams, Bimla Balu, Mark Nattrass, Joyce Nattrass.
Currently Deputy Leader. Formerly Party Chairman during the leadership of Jeffey Titford. Producer and main financier of the last two Party Political Broadcasts. NEC member since 1998.
In 1980 established Nattrass Giles, chartered surveyors dealing with commercial and industrial property throughout the UK. Purchased the only remaining fireplace manufacturer in Birmingham and launched a bathroom business.
Statement : “EU membership promotes Britain’s decline, providing a target for unrestricted imports from cheap labour markets, eroding industrial strength and skills, creating unemployment and reducing living standards. The loss of legal systems, legislative control and basic freedoms are symptoms of the superstate virus which, if ignored, will take over the currency, economy and nation. Generations did not fight off takeovers by foreign powers, with blood, sweat and tears, to allow egotistical politicians to scrap our nationhood in order to line their pockets and enhance personal power. The main policy objective must be remain ‘departure from the EU’. The cost savings
achieved to be directed into policies improving services such as Health and Pensions and providing an infrastructure encouraging employment. Immigration must be restricted to avoid further stress on housing, hospitals, roads, employment and basic services. We must face the fact that the Country is overcrowded and there is no space for imported population growth. This debate has nothing to
do with race or creed. Political correctness conflicting with our tradition of freedom of speech should be ignored. Please support, with me, Britain’s independence”.
Proposer: Nikki Sinclaire Seconder: Fabian Olins Assentors: June Stone, John Howe, Barbara Nelson, Brian Hall, Joy Eiloart, Heather Conyngham, Mark Croucher, George Stride.
I was a founder member of the Party and have been on its NEC since its inception. I was Party Secretary for three years. The Party’s headquarters were originally in my offices in Regent Street. I am 59 and I am a businessman, concentrating on commercial property in the London area. I am a keen member of the Federation of Small Business.
I have stood for UKIP in numerous elections, the European Elections of 1994 and 1999, and Parliamentary General Elections and by-elections.
In 1999 I set up a non-party research think tank, FUTURUS. This published my work, The Death of Europe, which for the first time pointed out the consequences for Britain of being in the EU where most of the populations and workforce and markets are inevitably going to decline over the next 30-50 years because of population loss – unlike the UK. I am glad to say that this analysis is now slowly convincing some of the more alert commentators and media analysts. In 2000 I wrote a further volume, Why Mr. Blair will not win a Euro Referendum. This was described by Eurofacts as “persuasive, original and authoritative analysis of the obstacles which the Government face in a referendum on the Euro”. In view of the imminence of a decision by the Government whether or not to go for a Euro Referendum I am continuing my work in this area for the next few months and am working had with other groups to ensure that the Government decides the referendum is just too difficult to win.
Anthony (Tony) Bernard STONE
Proposer: Claudia Brockes Seconder: Marcus Brockes Assentors: Ron Walters, Roy Radford, Alan Vaughan Davies, Daniel Nickson, Ian Andrews, Geoffrey Bennett, Elizabeth Fisher, Robert Fisher.
Almost from the day Tony joined UKIP in May 1996, he has worked voluntarily for the party or supported the cause in various ways: as volunteer helper in head office and regional offices, as candidate at two general elections, the 1999 European Parliament elections and in local district council elections. For the year 2001 – general election year – he was the UKIP/EDD press & communications officer. He has also helped in campaigns in several parts of the country. He became chairman of East Surrey Branch on its formation two years ago; it has subsequently trebled its membership. With others, he organised the production of many of the items sold through the UKIP Merchandising scheme. In February 2001, he took on the unpaid, non profit-making management of the scheme that has since brought UKIP net profits in excess of £5000.
Tony has been instrumental in the drafting and production of much of UKIP’s information material, including leaflets on the euro, the state of farming and two versions of Questions & Answers. He frequently has letters published in The Times, Daily Telegraph, Farmers Weekly, other trade journals and local newspapers.
The main purpose for his seeking election to the NEC is to be able to contribute further to the shaping, co-ordination and presentation of UKIP printed publicity material and an updating and extension of the merchandise range. As a fit, active, early-retired person, Tony has the time and energy to devote to party work.
George Tarver STRIDE (2003)
Proposer: John de Roeck Seconder: Lady Vallat Assentors: Geoffrey Collier, Joan Pearkes, Derek
Hunnikin, Elizabeth Bygrave, Jane Best, Barbara Sinclair, John Harris, Pierre Everett.
George Stride (BA, PGCE, MCIPD, FCII) is a Chartered Insurer with an honours degree in history and a teacher’s certificate. He taught in England and Nigeria before entering the financial services industry. In Nigeria, he became vice-principal of a large multi-lateral college and acting history inspector. He returned to England as lecturer in education in a London College. In financial services, George filled senior Training and Management Development posts with well-known companies. He still provides consultancy services to the Chartered Insurance Institute on financial training and education. He is a good communicator on the public platform and through the written word, with successful books on West African history, sales techniques and financial services to his credit.
George founded the Bognor Regis and Littlehampton branch in1996 and built it into one of our largest
branches by the1997 General Election. He encouraged the founders of branches in West Worthing, East Worthing & Shoreham and Arun & South Downs. In the last General Election, he produced the seventh best UKIP result in the country. In the 1999 Euro-elections his branch polled 15.79% of the local vote (the best result in the S.E. Region), defeated the Liberal - Democrats and nearly beat Labour. He is now a parish councillor. George is an active member of the NEC, the European Elections Committee and the SE Regional Committee. He chairs interview panels for approval of UKIP candidates for MP and MEP elections.
George Tarver STRIDE (2002)
Proposer: Craig Mackinlay Seconder: Maurice Blackburn Assentors: John de Roeck, Derek Clark, Anthony
Scholefield, Malcolm Wood, Pierre Everett, John Harris, Geoffrey Collier, Mike Nattrass.
George Stride (BA, PGCE, MCIPD, FCII) attained senior management level in both education and the financial world before entering politics to restore Britain’s independence. He is a good communicator on the public platform and through the written word. He has served almost two years as a diligent, co-opted member of the NEC and brings to the NEC the wisdom and experience of one of our most successful branch managers and election organisers. George has kept a low profile within the party and is not well known personally to many of you. However, he is a tireless and successful worker behind the scenes and now seeks your votes on the basis of his record. George built Bognor Regis and Littlehampton from scratch into one of our largest branches. He also contributed to the creation and growth of three other successful branches. In two general elections, he has been one of UKIP’s best performing candidates; and his branch delivered 15.79% of the local vote in the EU elections. He has come second in both district and county council elections.
Regionally, George serves on the South East Committee and helps to man the regional office. He created the South East region’s candidate selection system, chaired over 80 selection panels, and ran a successful training day for candidates. George is pledged to work for party unity, improved NEC decision-making processes and abandonment of our ‘single issue’ image. He sees ‘UKIP Local’ and ‘Britain in Europe’ as important new initiatives.
Other Members Roger Knapman Party Leader, Michael Harvey General Secretary, John de Roeck Party Treasurer and Derek Clark Party Secretary
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