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The Brexit Party on the policy, the plans to combat the 2019 General election
According to its leader, Nigel Farage , is not a Manifesto, but a "contract with the people". But what are the promises that grab the attention of The Public , and possibly the voters to win on election day, December 12? are1. No extension of the transitional period
talk to The Brexit-a Party to a "clean-break "Brexit".
The Brexit-The Party has to Escape changed his tune, Yes. Until recently, its leader, Nigel Farage , said a no-deal Brexit "was the only acceptable deal". This policy moves the goalposts. Gone are the criticism of Boris Johnson is his cancellation of the contract - Now , The Party is just promises, there are "no more advanced transitional phase".
At the moment, the proposed transition phase, while the would follow the UK, the rules and regulations of the EU, without all of the tell you - running the end of next year. Without saying so explicitly, the Brexit Party is the warning that there is a campaign to ensure Mr Johnson sticks to his promise not to extend the transition.
This is very little time, the voices, the conditions of a future free-trade deal. To talk about the Brexit-a Party, a "clean-break "Brexit". But who wins this election, the UK will probably be negotiations with the EU about the nature of their cooperation for the coming years.
This Directive applies to the whole of the United Kingdom.2. No privatisation of the NHS
The NHS needs to continue to be from The Public sector, comprehensive service, free at the use. to help
comments by Nigel Farage about the promotion of the use of private Health Insurance , the pressure on the NHS has led to speculation about what this could mean for the service. The Party States that the NHS needs to be excluded is a public, comprehensive service, free at The Point of use and with the privatisation.
There is no mention of a role for an insurer or a long-term quest to save the better for the private Health Insurance . Interesting strategies include 24-hour opening for GP surgeries and broadening the training for nurses and midwives, without the need for a degree. But there are no cost calculations to underpin these specific measures.
health is Now , so this policy only applies to England.3. The reduction in the annual Immigration
Nigel Farage - Immigration minus emigration - 50,000 per year. But it is not under the directives of The Party 's Escape published. The document promises "the reduction of the annual in-migration", that is the same and is not necessarily to lower net migration.
Nevertheless, the direction of travel is Clear even if the exact target is not. A "Clean Break " from the EU, a "fair-points-system" and a "crackdown" against Illegal Immigration are the vehicles which will use the Brexit Party to achieve its goals.
But the details are missing. And there is no confirmation that doing this, while at the same time, The British " skills gap, and inviting "real" refugees - which also promises a Manifesto is a big challenge.
This Directive applies to the whole of the United Kingdom.4. Cut VAT on heating oil
A package of tax cuts includes a reduction in the corporate Income Tax .
Detail is quite vague on the tax and spend, and not a lot of commitments calculated. There is little details about the nature of the trade vision, followed, after a "clean-break "Brexit". There is no mention of Income Tax or VAT.
Not A Number on the amount of money for the NHS and social care, investment in strategic industries as "create thousands of jobs". To benefit, the post-Brexit abolition of VAT on fuel oil (currently calculated 5%) is estimated, households of £65 or £1. 7 billion per year.
These figures, the Left before the vote, are about right. The £200 billion The Party says it will increase over the five-year Parliament seems to be the whole-life costs of HS2. Other notable tax cuts for small businesses, the corporate Income Tax , the creation of the £10,000 allowance.
the VAT policy and corporate tax UK are set far from Westminster.5. Ban UK, to Recycle the Export of their waste
our waste, and make it illegal for the one that burned it to The World , will be exported, buried, or dumped into the sea.
This is not the First Time this idea surfaced. Each year, almost two million metric tons of UK paper, cardboard, and plastic are bought by recycling companies in countries such as Malaysia, India and Turkey. International Law already prohibits industrial Nations such as the UK export of waste are unsuitable to be processed.
the prohibition of the export of the whole of the UK waste industry to force would, to many new wastewater treatment plants, with implications for the local authorities and perhaps the owners of the house.
Export - policy-a UK-level will be managed; inspections of waste shipments are from the devolved administrations.6. Free broadband access in less favoured regions of the
should It wi-free also-not to put fi in Public Transport
The Brexit-Party commitment to the available "base level domestic specify broadband" in the less-favoured regions, exactly what kind of services are offered. However, the regulatory authority, Ofcom considers speeds of 10 megabits per second (Mbit / s) on
It has said for about 16% of the failed broad-band connections in the UK, the these speeds. In rural areas, 32% of the lines were below this threshold. The Brexit Party ' s "base-level" promise for the "disadvantaged regions" reduced the bills for the houses, which may give the fight to a fast broadband connection strips. But both the Conservatives and Labour have gone further.
It has also promised to offer free wi-fi in Public Transport . Some train and bus companies already offer this, and while the service can be spotty tariffs on vehicles, it will be welcomed by those with data-capped Mobile Phone .
This Directive applies to the whole of the United Kingdom.7. Scrap the license fee
To exit from the BBC licence fee, currently £154. 50 per year for Most People .
the question That arises immediately is, what do you do, replace it? Advertising is a solution, but that would have to spend to compete an enormous impact on The Other commercial channels ad. The direct state financing would still be a compulsory levy and could see that the BBC's political independence.
another alternative is a Netflix-like subscription. But the question is how the introduction of a paywall and stop to people watch and listen to BBC TV and radio channels. The BBC turning into a subscription service would change, fundamentally, what the BBC offers. Large parts of the BBC would disappear.
This Directive applies to the whole of the United Kingdom.8. The abolition of the inheritance tax
collects The tax, the less than 1% of total tax revenue, the Brexit-The Party says.
the inheritance tax is always a political battleground, and the Brexit-party to resolve a Clear promise, with the goal to support those, you have to pay thoughts about its complexity and about whether or not to. The tax is a 40% tax on real estate - property, money and Possessions of someone who died over a threshold of £325,000.
to be, No tax will be paid if the estate of a value of less than £325,000, or if More Than the left to a husband or wife, civil partner, charity or a community amateur sports club. There is also a certain relief in handing over The Family home.
to do But to pay some people the actually. It has been calculated, the following 28,100 deaths in 2016-17 (4. 6% of respondents in the UK), although The Number has increased. The abolition would cut the government's receipt of £5. 4bn a year at last count.
This Directive applies to the whole of the United Kingdom.9. Scrap the HS2 Rail Link
And to invest £50 billion into the regional road and rail transport project
The Brexit Party 's flagship Transport Policy is the abolition of the HS2 high-speed Rail Link . This is a goal that he shared with The Green . Nigel Farage 's party says that the saved will contribute money to £200 billion for regional renewal and the support of key sectors of the economy. He calls this a "Brexit dividend".
The amount of debt recovered of graduates would improve by scrapping interest on student loans.
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