A selection of videos looking at the workings of the EU   Sound required.

Disclaimer: Some of the videos on this page may be from organisations other than UKIP, however they do represent similar views to those of UKIP, and we believe inform opinion generally.

The Hidden Local Issue.


Many very local issues are affected by meddling from the European Parliament. Getting input to issues from a wider perspective might have been useful, if those ideas worked - when it comes to the EU they deliberately mess things up however.   Click on the 'play' arrow to begin.


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Financial & Social crisis in eurozone leads EU to "take over" Greece and Italy.


Nigel Farage MEP, speaking in the European Parliament in November 2011.   The EU are replacing elected representatives in Greece and Italy with unelected place- men. What gives the EU this right?   Click on the 'play' arrow to begin.


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The European Arrest Warrant - recent gross miscarriages are exposed by UKIP.


Gerard Batten MEP, who has taken a close interest in justice, debates the sinister effects of the European Arrest Warrant, a mechanism that is wide open to abuse, now and in the future.   Another example of poor legal practice in the EU.   Click on the 'play' arrow to begin.


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EU Enlargement Plans


William Dartmouth UKIP MEP warns about the economic problems that will result from EU Enlargement, as defined in the 2020 plans and supported by the 'ConDem' coalition in Britain.   Click on the 'play' arrow to begin.


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The Real story of the European Union.


This video shows Nigel Farage being applauded by MEP's at the start of his account of the EU, but as soon as he exposes the truth of the Lisbon Treaty, they turn on him.   The iron fist has come down on europe.   Click on the 'play' arrow to begin.


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Nigel Farage speaks out about the new EU Commissioners - 2010


This video shows Nigel Farage MEP speaking at the European Parliament in February 2010 - about the newly appointed european commissioners, which the parliament "rubber stamps". In a similar fashion to the previous commissioners, these appointees are shown to be politically chosen in the mould of the EU's wishes, and without democratic legitimacy.   Click on the 'play' arrow to begin.


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