Hello again folks! There is plenty of coverage of the outstanding polling performance of: UKIP today in the press, on the TV and on the internet ... henceforth I need say no more than this: 23% UKIP - me stay awake ... KJS ... 03-May-2013
Hello again folks! Well done to David Mackintosh for finishing second in the: Wolverhampton Blakenhall ward by-election yesterday for: UKIP pushing the languid Tories into third place and relegating the Limp Lettuce Demoflats to the role of also-rans.
Hello again folks! Barry Hodgson, the chairman of: UKIP @ Wolverhampton, sent me the above image today. It is not intended to make fun of the distress of the honest and noble citizens of Cyprus, but to highlight the real power behind the political [not financial but federal] project known as the European Union [EU]. I need add no more.
Hello again folks! I am still considering whether to stand for the fourth consecutive year in the Oxley ward of Wolverhampton City Council for my beloved UKIP.in the forthcoming local elections. Indeed, I've already started to talk about not only the Europe centred policies of UKIP but I've also gotten a little more involved with those equally important local issues such as: SAVE WOLVERHAMPTON MULTI-CARE.
One of the issues in Oxley that deserves wider attention is the state of the road surface in Renton Road on the Rakegate estate. I'm told that funding was allocated in the last couple of financial years to re-surface the two main roads on the estate: Probert Road and Renton Road. But only Probert Road [which was bad enough] was upgraded with Renton Road left abandoned in a state more becoming of a Third World country. The remainder of those monies is [apparently] no longer available.
The excuse that has been given, I'm led to believe, is that Probert Road was on the main bus route. But the problem is that Renton Road is too. After standing in the last three  local council elections, I have stood against both Labour and Conservative candidates and the odd Limp Lettuce Demoflat. If ever there was evidence needed that the Lib-Lab-Con is ineffective in Oxley, this one example is example enough!
UKIP @ Wolverhampton says: VOTE UKIP for a real alternative in local government! UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 04-March-2013
Hello again folks! You may have noticed a lack of comment on'ere regarding the machinations of the Tories as they try to head off the UKIP political juggernaut. This is deliberate. There are plenty of other positive messages being spoke of with regard to the progress of UKIP. There are plenty of members of the Lib-Lab-Con who are seriously doubting their own party policies and they are far too busy with that whilst the muzzled national press are begrudgingly giving UKIP more air time and credit for the enormous strides that they are making. David Cameron and the aptly named Con party will not win the next General Election in 2015 so his empty promise of an In-Out Referendum is meaningless.
That 'speech' was purely to prevent his own party leaking more members, votes and support to the likes of UKIP. It was more about party politics than national sovereignty. In the last five by-elections, UKIP have finished second thrice and third twice. The astonishing 28% vote at Eastleigh should be taken with a pinch of salt but the fact that UKIP are polling consistently ahead of the Limp Lettuce Demoflats should not.
UKIP @ Wolverhampton sincerely look forward to not only the first UKIP Member of Parliament being elected in the not to distant future, but the arrival of UKIP in your local council chamber too. UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 01-March-2013
Hello again folks! My good friend Donna Pottle has alerted me to the threat to an effective and successful local charity here in sunny Wolverhampton entitled: Wolverhampton Multi-Care. Her daughter Kerry works there. This small charity was founded in 1985 by a group of parents who each had a son or daughter with learning and/or other physical disabilities. They provide flexible and professional range of care and support to families and carers to enable them to have time for themselves and other family members. In 2010-2011 they had an outstanding OFSTED report.
But sadly, this year, Wolverhampton City Council have decided to pull the rug from under them and cut their funding to the extent that it looks that this very much loved place is going to have to close its doors in the not too distant future.
The campaign has a growing Facebook page: Save Wolverhampton Multi-Care so please consider giving them some support or even get in touch with them on:  453700. The group are also staging a silent protest at: Wolverhampton Civic Centre on Tuesday 12th February from 11:45AM for a few hours.