Why I’ve decided not to stand in the 2017 General Election

UKIP MEP Jill Seymour will not be putting herself forward as a candidate at the 2017 general election. The Shropshire-based MEP, who fought The Wrekin seat in 2015, cited ‘family and personal reasons’ for the decision. She said she would instead...

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When it comes to a ‘coalition of chaos’, you won’t beat HS2

UKIP Transport spokesman Jill Seymour today expressed her ‘frustration and disappointment’ after Theresa May insisted she remained absolutely committed to the HS2 rail project. Mrs Seymour said: “The Prime Minister wants to paint herself as a strong leader – yet...

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