The Cambridge & South East Cambs

Branch of the UK Independence Party



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In a statement to the media on Monday 27th March, Paul Nuttall set out six key objectives that he says any acceptable final agreement on Brexit must be judged against. Read the full statement on the UKIP website.
See also our News page for further recent statements by Paul on the Westminster attack and also the resignation from UKIP by Douglas Carswell.

Ensuring that Brexit means Brexit

About the branch
We represent the two parliamentary constituencies of Cambridge and South East Cambs. Thanks to more than 17 million voters, we have achieved our greatest aim - a victory in the referendum which means that the UK will exit from the EU. But we must be vigilant and work to ensure that the Government delivers on its promise to implement the express wishes of the people. Any deal we get must not only be the best one economically for the UK but it must ensure we really do leave the EU. As a minimum, that means leaving the Single Market and the European Court of Justice.

To keep everyone informed, we maintain a Brexit Watch page page where we post new articles daily, and other pages such as EU Watch - where the excesses, hypocrisy and idiocy of that anti-democratic organisation in Brussels are exposed.

But UKIP is not just about Brexit - we campaign on a range of issues and there is still much to fight for. So why not Become a member, stand as a candidate or come to a Branch meeting?

Branch meetings
Our Branch meetings are held on a Friday at the Willingham Social Club, Fen Road, Willingham, CB24 5HS. Doors and bar open at 7.15pm, meeting starts at 8pm. The next meeting is on Friday 7th April.


Ensure Leave Means Leave
"Many people, both members and branch friends, have gone beyond the call of duty over the past two years by sparing their time, their effort, their cash! The unsung heroes that have been mocked and called 'fruit cakes, loonies and closet racists' are now vindicated and represent the views of the Brexit majority. In fact more in touch with the electorate than our very own Prime Minister and the leader of the opposition.

"The road ahead will not be easy and now is the time to unite and pull together. Our currency as always will eventually become a safe harbour, while we watch Euroland slowly destroy itself. We finally hold 'the get out of jail free' card and don't it feel good!"

Martin Hale
Branch Chairman
24th June 2016

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