The new 2015 UKIP Northern Ireland Manifesto was launched earlier today.
No other Party standing for these elections in Northern Ireland is as UKIP are today – launching a full National Party Manifesto for Northern Ireland only.
Unlike the parties that will trot out their manifestos over the next few weeks, UKIP will not allow Northern Ireland to be treated as some kind of regional side kick at Westminster. Others turn up, put in a weekly television appearance and some of them are amongst the poorest attending MPs in all of the United Kingdom. That is not what UKIP believes in. UKIP believes in Britain, we believe in all of the people in the United Kingdom and UKIP as a party intends to represent all four parts of the United Kingdom fully in the next Parliament.
To that end, UKIP will appoint a shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
In our manifesto, we include the crucial vital and important issues of Health – Prosperity – Education – Employment – Welfare – Housing – Tax – Farming & Fishing, Law & Order – Culture and Transport & Energy.
We also fully recognise the role of our Armed Services – the Veterans and their families. Meaning – A designated veterans department and a service card to be fast tracked for Mental Health Care.
We have positive policies for the people of Northern Ireland.
On May 7th, we are offering the people in this part of the United Kingdom a chance at playing our part in a truly national movement for change in our politics.
The full 2015 UKIP Northern Ireland Manifesto can be downloaded at the link below.