Monday, 22 September 2014

UKIP selects Bradford Chairman to fight Bradford South seat



UKIP Bradford & District Chairman Jason Smith has been selected to fight the Bradford South seat at next year’s general election.  Jason Smith has lived in Bradford all his life, born in Low Moor and currently living in Queensbury, he has previously lived in Wibsey and Wyke.

The districts branch of UKIP achieved strong second place results in all of the six election wards of Bradford South at this year’s local elections making them the only real challenger to Labour in the Bradford South Constituency. 

Jason Smith says: “I am honoured to represent UKIP in my home constituency.  We saw this year that people are crying out for change and are becoming increasingly disillusioned with New Labour.  UKIP have clearly replaced the Conservatives as the opposition in Bradford South and we expect to cause an earth quake in 2015 and return out first MP in Bradford!”

Sunday, 21 September 2014

80 activists came down to Heywood to support John Bickley campaign to get elected as an UKIP MP







80 activists came down to Heywood to support John Bickley campaign to get elected as an UKIP MP.

Saturday, 9 August 2014

UKIP Bradford calls on George Galloway to withdraw his comments on banning Israeli people from Bradford



As an anti-war party we have sympathy for the plight of the Palestinian people but we totally reject George Galloway’s call of banning Israeli people from Bradford.  UKIP Bradford’s stance is that we welcome all communities, students and tourists to our fabulous city.  We find George Galloway’s language offensive and call on him to withdraw his comments.


UKIP Bradford Chairman Jason Smith says: “Whatever Mr Galloway’s opinion of the Israeli government it is not for him to decide who is welcome in our city. While Mr Galloway and indeed Mr Ward may have a hatred of the Israeli government it is wrong for them to tar every Israeli person with the same brush. MP’s David Ward and George Galloway’s seem to be in a fierce competition to see who can be the most offensive which is bringing our city in to disrepute.”

UKIP Bradford Statement on Bradford Council’s flying of the Palestinian flag



UKIP Bradford has sympathy for the plight of the people of Palestine but we feel it is wrong that Bradford Council should be taking sides in this conflict and flying the flag of Palestine.

UKIP Bradford Chairman Jason Smith says: “We are all horrified with what we see happening in Gaza but we feel it is not Bradford Council’s place to take sides on this matter.  This seems like a move by the Labour run council to garner support in the Asian community in the light of increasingly hard-line comments from MP’s Ward and Galloway.”

Sunday, 20 July 2014