kirkKirk is a political activist who is interested in the idea of a small government and more individual freedom. He is a member of TFA (The Freedom Association) and CIB (Campaign for an Independent Britain). Kirk started PoliticalScrapbook.co.uk to allow him and likeminded people to express their views. He enjoys ranting talking  about UK politics, EU politics, business and technology.

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If google is fined, then fine the EU on the same rules

One of the bedrock and great mechanism of the internet is that it is open and shows how well something can be with a libertarianism approach with minimum governmental intervention. This allows individuals to express their minds, share enormous amount of knowledge and letting business thrived.   The internet should be left free from governmental […]

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Join the conservative party

Yep, if you hate conservatism then join the FAKE Conservative Party. The Conservative party stands in the way of a real Conservative formation. Miraculously the party keeps holding onto millions of conservative voters on pure false advertisement and the party doesn’t do what it says on the tin. The party has a handful of actual […]

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How can UKIP win MPs and Councillors – a road to 2020

Paul Nuttall, a northerner that speaks the common language of social conservative and working class people. But how can UKIP win in 2020?   Undoubtedly UKIP has made some great achievements in British politics by winning the European Elections in 2014 and then won 13% of the vote in 2015 General Election becoming 3rd largest […]

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Is the NEC good or bad for UKIP?

Last month an article entitled “Statement from a member of NEC”, tried to paint a wonderful picture of the UKIP’s NEC as you can see below: “The NEC consists of grassroots party activists elected by all the members of the party from among themselves. Our role is to oversee the permanent party hierarchy on behalf […]

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To Carwyn Jones

Dear Carwyn Jones, I am baffled how someone like you became the first minister for Wales, I truly feel sorry for Wales. I was also bewildered that someone like you was even a politician, especially with some of the nonsense that you have said.   On BBC Question time you said that the pound was […]

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The great EU quotes

EU Quotes Why we should leave the EU in their own words. “Sometimes I like to compare the EU as a creation to the organisation of empire. We have the dimension of empire.” Jose Manuel Barrosso 2007     “The world needs a Europe that is capable of deploying military missions”. (Jose Manuel Barroso September […]

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The attack on France: The European Union’s misjudgement

The events of the sad attack on France is due to many complicated variables. However it could have been easily prevented if it wasn’t for the European Union’s poor misjudgement. Let me explain why.   The European Union refused to listen to Tony Abbott (at the time Australia PM), he sent naval gunboats to turn […]

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Lefties refuse to listen: The attack on France

The heartbreaking sad attack on France is a disaster that has been warned about before repeatedly by people like Nigel Farage. However it has been previously dismissed as a extreme fantasy by both the government and hardcore lefties. Nigel Farage “4 years ago I stood here and said Bombing Liberia would be a huge mistake” […]

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British Overseas Territories: The unheard voice

The 16 British Overseas Territories are territories under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom (Britain). They do not, however, form part of it. Instead, they are those parts of the former British Empire that have not acquired independence, or, unlike the Commonwealth realms, have voted to remain British territories. While each has its own internal […]

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HS2: Building yesterday’s technology tomorrow

My short and sweet article on the HS2: I am against the costly build of the HS2, however I am not against the concept of a new railway system. HS2 is the wrong technology and too very expensive. Going back on the history of this country, we invented parliament, the computer and we even invented […]

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