About UKIP Manchester
The UKIP Manchester branch was set up in 2013 with other members of the former UKIP Trafford Branch. The branch is a popular branch, and meets the needs of many people right across the North West, though it has its roots and primary membership from Manchester the city.
Manchester’s branch is central to the North West, which continues to be one of the strongest UKIP regions in the country.
The branch was out on the streets every weekend in regards to the Referendum that took place on 23 June 2016 resulting in a 52% majority vote to leave the EU, though the people of Manchester voted to remain. UKIP Manchester intends supporting UKIP in pushing for the best deal for the UK in exiting the EU.
What Does UKIP Manchester Stand For?
UKIP Manchester stands for the same fundamental beliefs that UKIP the party stands for: libertarianism, belief in smaller government, the right to self-determination by the UK under its own sovereignty, the removal of the UK from the EU political union, controlled migration (using an Australian points system type arrangement), better support for SME businesses and equality before the law for all people.
UKIP began as a one-policy party – the removal of the UK from the EU. Since 2010 the party has grown and now represents people of all walks of life who Believe in Britain and who believe that this country can be governed better.
We won the EU Referendum on 23 June 2016, but the Tories are now looking like they are back-tracking and Labour has collapsed in upon itself as they fight to see who gets their snout in the gravy train, forgetting that people originally voted Labour to protect the interests of this nation’s working people.
If you want to join UKIP in Manchester please contact us and we will tell you when the next meeting is being held. We would be delighted to meet you before hand to discuss what it is that you want when joining us. You can support us and not attend meetings if you so wish, you can support us best by donating regularly to our branch.