LETTER: UKIP could make a real difference in Hartlepool

Readers' Letters
Readers' Letters

I WOULD like to thank all of the local residents I met at the UKIP North-East conference, in Hartlepool, on February 7.

I meet local people on a daily basis and have been delighted to watch the consistent growth that UKIP has enjoyed in the town.

It was fantastic to get the chance to meet so many local people all at once, and to even have passers-by going out of their way to approach the venue to enthusiastically announce their support for UKIP.

The North-East has effectively been a one party state for too long.

I am delighted that UKIP is able to provide a true opposition for local people.

I look forward to seeing a very exciting election campaign develop in the months ahead.

I believe that UKIP can make a real difference.

We are putting up a strong, young, hard-working candidate in Phillip Broughton, who I believe could make a real difference for the people of Hartlepool.

Even if UKIP is not to your tastes, a strong opposition is good for all of us.

Many local seats have been “safe” for a long time.

Waking up complacent politicians is good for all in our communities.

Jonathan Arnott, MEP,

UK Independence Party,

North East Region,

Elwick Road,