UKIP’s Noel Jordan wants people to identify closer with the UK

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“Northern Ireland is at risk because it is so different to the rest of the UK”

Councillor Noel Jordan of UKIP, who lodged his nomination papers for the upcoming Assembly election today, has said that he is standing to offer voters in East Antrim an opportunity to identify with the national political party which had given the UK back its freedom under Brexit.

Cllr Jordan said: 

“Northern Ireland is dangerously isolated within the UK. It is on the road to a united Ireland already. A ‘little Northern Ireland’ attitude among our local parties is cutting us off from mainstream UK politics, making us seem different and un-British. But our living standards really depend on UK politics. Vote for UKIP and become part of a UK-wide party, the party of Brexit, the party that gave you the referendum and the party that brought back British freedom.” 

Cllr. Jordan added:

“UKIP are standing for HONEST POLITICS in Northern Ireland; something that has been sadly lacking recently.”

VOTE NOEL JORDAN – UKIP 1  ON MARCH 2ND AND VOTE FOR REAL CHANGE IN EAST ANTRIM

(Check out the campaign section for more info.)

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