Question Time: Response from the British National Party
- What would your party do if elected to reduce the national debt but protect services? Stop overseas aid, saving �9.1bn; stop all further immigration, saving �8.8 billion; stop the repatriation of money to immigrants home lands, saving �4.1 billion; pul
- What would your party do if elected to reduce the national debt but protect services?
Stop overseas aid, saving �9.1bn; stop all further immigration, saving �8.8 billion; stop the repatriation of money to immigrants home lands, saving �4.1 billion; pull out of Europe, saving �118bn. All the figures are annual amounts and come from reputable sources.
- Where should action on climate change rank amongst the priorities for the next government? What specific policies would the candidates like to see introduced to reduce local and national emissions of greenhouse gases?
Until the scientists explain the Roman and the middle age warm periods they cannot be certain of the cause of present day warming. Global warming has been hijacked by the Labour party and Marxist sympathizers as a means of taxing the West and handing our money to Africans and Asians. Instead we should aim at limiting world population and stopping habitat destruction being far greater priorities.
- Do the new regulations for MPs and their expenses go far enough and should voters have the right to recall their member of parliament if they have been found guilty of mis-conduct.
The solution is not to try to control greedy Lab/Lib/Con MPs by stricter controls for their innate selfishness and greed will eventually find a way round them. The true answer is to vote for a party with higher ideals - a party which really cares about the British people in preference to people of alien culture and alien religion who have just walked off a plane or boat.
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- What comes first the people of Stevenage or the party line?
The people of the whole country come before the citizens of just one town. It is important to vote for the right policies however big or small the party.
How can we ever remove big corrupt parties if you don't make small parties big by giving them your vote. Now is not the time to vote the way you have always done. Now is the time for a serious rethink.
- Four years ago I had a stroke which has left me with severe health problems. Since becoming disabled I have become aware of how difficult it is to live as a disabled person trying to have some sort of life. Should you be elected what would you do to improve the things for the disabled people of Stevenage?
A balance must be struck between the creation of new generations and the maintenance of the old generation (from which most disabled people come). There is only a finite amount of money available.
- We have had the worst recession in this country for sixty years. I do not think enough has been done to encourage enterprise and business creation in Stevenage. If elected how would you help to achieve this
Again this is a national problem. 92% of the jobs created by Labour over the past 13 years have gone to foreigners. There are 6 billion foreigners in the world so we can't find them all jobs. British jobs must go to British workers.
Additionally we should apply tariffs on goods and services from countries with which we have a large import/export deficit, eg. China, India.
Taxes on jobs, such as National Insurance, are crazy and should be removed.
- Does the panel believe that Unite members striking at British Airways and civil servants striking over their greatly enhanced redundancy terms are out of touch with reality when many people are working reduced hours and the majority of people do not enjoy such good benefits such as final salary pension schemes and enhanced redundancy terms.
The politicization of Unions must be stopped. Unions must be there solely to support the rights of workers. On disputes regarding pay or pensions an independent arbitrary body should decide on the outcome without the need for strikes.'