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Keeping the NHS

UKIP will ensure the NHS is free at the point of delivery and time of need for all UK residents. UKIP wants visitors to the UK, and migrants until they have paid NI for five years, have NHS-approved private health insurance as a condition of entry to the UK, saving the NHS £2bn pa. UKIP will commit to spending £200m of the £2bn saving to end hospital car parking charges in England.

 

 

 

Listening to voters

After our success helping the UK leave the EU, we now feel that we must continue to bring politics back to the people. For too long, decision made by our elected politicians have felt out of each from the voters. Our elected councillors want to hear from you to help improve the connection between politics and residents.

Stop council wasteful spending

Stop the council misspending millions of pounds on wasteful projects and put the money back into the community. There are 17 wards in Derby and each ward has 3 councillors. UKIP Derby would save £400,000 by reducing the numbers of councillors by a third. 

Some other wasteful spending includes: Normanton Tiger £5,000, Alvaston Artwork £50,000, Consultations £3m.

 

Community first

UKIP believe in putting local people first. Council Housing priority to the existing population including veteran and injured military personnel. UKIP believes that the best decisions are decisions that are made locally. Community groups and volunteers are often better placed to run facilities and services than the state.

Supporting Young People

UKIP feel very passionate about the education of our children. We want the best education possible regardless of a child’s background. We would like to remind people what the Labour lead council did to the TAs in Derby: A Pay review resulted in a massive pay cut for Teaching Assistants. Some of which received a pay cut of 25%. UKIP are strongly against this and will fight for the Teaching Assistants.

 

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