The Environment Agency must go! - A public enquiry must be held into the Somerset flooding and affected residents fully compensated.
William Dartmouth has warned that the government's current approach to the crisis in Ukraine risks making the situation in the region even worse - William gives a stark warning about being dragged into the Ukrainian crisis.
Out of the EU and into the world - We must end Britain's isolation trapped inside the EU.
All EU sales acts are final - EU is reducing contract choice in the market place via harmonisation.
We're being flooded by EU diktats which our own government are only too happy to implement - William accuses the EU of contributing to a floods crisis by putting wildlife before people.
A high speed gravy train using British Taxpayers money - William slams the EU gravy train for funding another high speed Turkey and says "The fact that British taxpayers' money is going towards funding a new railway line in Turkey when our Government is forcing huge cuts on services and infrastructure at home will no doubt appal many people."
William asks why are the LibLabCon intent on the Balkanisation of the UK? - The three old parties favour more migration from Balkans.
Petty Spanish delays are vindictive and political - Gibraltar is suffering whilst the EU ignores its own rules.
It's time to dump the EU protection racket - Even the President of Italy knows this.
Somerset floods and Tory policy from an interview in March 2013 - The Tories knew about river silting in March 2013 and a combination of Tory/EU resource allocation has worsened the flooding in Somerset.
Graham Watson's scaremongering over Airbus jobs won't fly - Airbus says "The key issue is for the UK to continue to be a competitive place to do business".
Closed Europe - Everything you wanted to know about trade with the EU but were afraid to ask.
An EU bloc to global trade - The European Union is holding Britain back from prosperity.
Spend, Spend, Spend - The ‘colleagues’ show solidarity with the EU gravy train.
Can EU tell them apart? - In Wales it's UKIP versus the rest in 2014
Shock figures from the office of national statistics show the true extent of the establishment politicians desire for opening UK borders. The chart above shows the rise in the influx of immigrants to Britain since 1997. William says that for the many who have concerns about the unstoppable flow of immigrants to Britain, the only party who will really address this issue is UKIP.
At a demonstration about the Spanish treatment of Gibraltar, William helps hand in a letter to the Spanish Embassy from the Defenders of Gibraltar. You can see the live stream of the long wait lines at the frontier here. Questions have also been asked if Commissioner Almunia can be objective on the subject of Gibraltar?
Bag diplomacy shows Spanish disdain for Gibraltar's sovereignty - William writes to the Spanish Ambassador to the European Union demanding an explanation over the opening of a British diplomatic bag.
William supports Gibraltar's call for a Naval deterrent against Spain - Bullies only understand blunt language.
Steel yourselves for job losses and high prices - Excess planning creates a shortage of jobs.
One rule for EU and one rule for Spain - There’s still no respite for the Rock from Spain.
The EU foreign service is a gigantic gravy train - External action service is a self-satisfied service for EU insiders.
Labour imports more unemployment - Labour are working harder to make UK unemployment even higher.
William thanks everyone for their support in the recent UKIP MEP candidate selection process.
Free nations trade freely - Why can’t the UK have its own trade agreement with China? Trade is a nation's lifeblood so whoever controls it, controls everything else.
UKIP in Dorset at the Dorchester county show - Spreading UKIP's message across the county.
Arresting journalists should not become a European value - Turkish show trials don’t belong in Europe.
UKIP in Gibraltar - To celebrate Gibraltar's national day William visits the rock.
Mud slinging media - William goes behind the real scandal of politicians' expenses
UKIP stand between the Rock and a hard place - William speaks up for Gibraltar.
Gibraltar's party has just begun - There's one party not afraid to stand up for Gibraltar's interests.
UKIP demand urgent action over Gibraltar - We must protect Gibraltar as we would any other part of Britain.
William expresses shock at the news that a young soldier was brutally attacked in Exeter on Wednesday - "My father served in the Coldstreams so I take this assault very close to my heart.
CBI's 'research' is biased and flawed - The CBI's '"Doing things by halves? ... lessons from Switzerland and Norway" is only half the story.
We should not become involved in fuelling a sectarian civil war in Syria - Cameron is following Blair's folly in Iraq.
It's our money but Labour don't want it returned to us - Labour votes against UKIP amendment to return British taxpayer's money.
John Kerry - Don't bug US, we'll bug EU - EU-US showdown over spying scandal.
Tories admit EU renegotiation hasn’t even begun - and it’s unlikely it will ever happen.
"Dear Dave" - .....it's in the national interest to leave the EU and have truly free trade.
Erdogan shows his true colours - Britain must halt call for Turkish EU membership.
A coalition of the unwilling - The EU foreign service diminishes our influence in the world.
Bulldozed by the Tories through open borders - Mass house building is being fuelled by mass immigration.
Chipping away at the UK's permanent seat on the UN Security Council - The EU will never cease in seizing power and influence from the UK.
The view from EU - William seeks answers from EU trade commissioner Karel De Gucht.
An open door for the mass unemployed - William says there will be no limits for new jobseekers when Bosnia and Herzegovina joins the EU.
Set Anglo-US trade free - Another economic benefit of being outside of the EU customs union.
Last Brexit for Britain - Britain must take the EU exit soon.
Our membership of the EU enables interference from a Spanish politician over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands - This illustrates the point that Britain’s membership of the EU diminishes our influence in the world.
EU are under arrest - Imagine if you lived in a country where you could be held without trial for years - You already do.
Jobs are being lost as EU politics are being used to undermine trade - While the EU fiddles unemployment rises.
The case against a European Union army - The defence of the realm should remain in our hands.
A green card for Turkey - Pre-accession funding for Turkey must be stopped forthwith.
Vanity Fair - The EU is a merry-go-round of largesse funding a house of vanity.
One fifth of jobs on the taxpayer funded crossrail rail project are going to foreigners despite high unemployment in Britain. - In his role as UKIP trade spokesman William says that the problem can only be solved by seizing back employment laws from the Europe Union.
The Serbs should not forget how badly they were treated by the European Union - Serbia should hold onto its sovereignty and stay out of the EU.
The politics of positive and the death of distance - William speaks at the UKIP spring conference in Exeter.
Is it right for Ukraine to send a judge to the European Court of Human Rights? - They should put their own house in order first.
Why the rush? - Serbia and Kosovo’s EU accession shouldn’t be hurried.
The EU, the UK and the single market - William explains that the single market is not a free-trade area, it's a customs union.
European arrest warrant
European arrest warrant
Economics and the EU
Economics and the EU
Turkish EU membership
Turkish EU membership
The European arrest warrant
EU are under arrest
- Imagine if you lived in a country where you could be held without
trial for years - You already do.
The economy and the European Union
Trade works better than aid (2m 8secs) - But why should
the UK need to ask with whom it may trade with?
Turkish EU membership
Turkey - A State too far (8m 24secs) - William Dartmouth talks Turkey at the UKIP national conference.
The Turkish question (52secs) - Is Turkey actually in Europe?
Baroness Ashton and the CND connection
- The archives - Stories you may have missed.
Welcome to my website.
I hope that you will share our aim for a better tomorrow for the United Kingdom outside the European Union (EU).
Outside the EU, Britain would no longer be paying £45 million a day in gross contribution, we would no longer have 75% of our laws derived from the EU - many of these are ill-considered, ill-thought out and inappropriate, even unto light bulbs - and we would be safer. This is because we would be able to control our borders.
Britain would be able to engage with the world outside the EU, in particular the fast-growing economies of India and China, on our own terms and in our own way.
My vision is for an independent United Kingdom in control of its own laws, in control of its economy, in control of its trade relationships and in control of its borders and foreign policy.
My personal mission is to protect the interests of the United Kingdom in the European Parliament and, as the best solution, to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union.
*"Yes we will" - These 3 words summarise well the optimism of UKIP supporters that Britain will be a free nation once again and leave the EU sooner rather than later. When that happens Britain will regain its pride and will be better off economically, socially and politically. - William Dartmouth UKIP MEP
Why should the United Kingdom be independent?
- Out of the EU, we would save £45 million per day in gross contribution.
- Out of the EU, we would regain control of 75% of our laws, many of which are ill-considered, irrelevant or inappropriate.
- Out of the EU, we would be able to negotiate our own trade agreements, allowing us to benefit from our special relationships with the growth economies of India and China.
- Out of the EU, we would be in charge of our own borders and our foreign policies.
What would we lose?
- Access to the European market of 400 million consumers? Nonsense. Even Libya has been offered a trade agreement with the European Union that is more attractive than the United Kingdom’s current position.
- The stabilising influence of the Euro and the European Parliament? Nonsense. We will never constrain our freedom by joining the Euro; and the European Parliament is a source of muddled compromise, bureaucracy and inaction.
- The reduced risk of conflict in Europe? Yes, Europe has had a torrid past. But binding us together with legal straight jackets, corrupt officials and unelected bureaucrats is more likely, rather than less likely, to lead to conflict between us.
The EFD Group
Europe of Freedom and Democracy Group
The UK Independence Party is a member of the EFD (Europe for Freedom and Democracy). UKIP MEPs sit with likeminded members from other European countries and form a Group. Being part of a Group gives UKIP MEPs additional speaking rights. It also gives access to additional funds for research and secretarial help.
Connections with the the electoral area
- I have been elected (along with five other MEPs including my fellow UKIP MEP Trevor Colman) for the European Union's South Western area.
- This encompasses 55 parliamentary constituencies. It covers the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Dorset and Wiltshire. It includes the city of Bristol. On the mainland it stretches East - West from Penzance to Swindon and North - South from Tewkesbury to Bournemouth.
- It also includes the Scilly Isles and Gibraltar. Of course Britain's membership of the European Union threatens Gibraltar's continuing independence from Spain.
- I have family roots in South Devon. Separately, my brother Rupert and sister-in-law Victoria have lived between Bath and Bristol for over 20 years. In addition in the grounds of Tewkesbury Abbey there is a memorial to my great grandfather Bertram Cartland; killed in action in World War 1 and his two sons (my great uncles) Captain Tony Cartland and Ronald Cartland MP who were both killed in action in 1940 fighting in the rear guard at Dunkirk.
- The Cartlands suffered proportionately to many other families in the First World War but disproportionately in the Second. When I visited the Memorial in Tewkesbury it was quite a thought that Ronald Cartland was a sitting Member of Parliament when he died as a member of the TA. Ronald Cartland MP did not have to be fighting at Dunkirk at all - rather a contrast from today's professional politicians. There were then many other MPs in uniform.