bath_thumbOur team in Bath is working on behalf of your local community for a just, fair and independent UK. We believe passionately in finding alternative and better ways to deliver local services while keeping tax as low as possible and bringing back democracy to local people.


BATH  is a world heritage city with global significance but UKIP believes that the people who live and work in the constituency matter most.

UKIP is totally committed to supporting the people who live in the Bath constituency and the wards contained within it. We focus all year round on protecting local jobs, all that is good about our outstanding local environment, our cherished green surroundings, our national identity, culture, heritage, and sovereignty.


Local referendums

 It is time to bring power back to the people.

Major decisions should be subject to binding local referendums and a local vote


Regain control over development

Our housing, education, health and social services cannot cope with constantly rising numbers of people coming to live and work here. The government is now riding roughshod over local people’s wishes with mass house building that has become a Developers’ Charter without the new services and infrastructure to go with it

Prioritising services for local people

We must end benefit and health tourism and give priority to local people for housing, education, health and social services.

In planning, the local people’s opinions should be respected and not overruled


Moving government closer to the people

We will provide incentives to encourage enterprise; attract jobs and reinvigorate town centres and local high streets. We will continue to fight to save our countryside and green spaces and we will ensure local people and veterans are prioritised for social housing. UKIP believe in real devolution and real local decision-making. We are concerned that this Government’s public sector reform agenda undermines local communities instead of empowering them 

Spending our money at home

The UK continues to give the EU £55 million gross every day and the Foreign Aid budget is more than £12.2 billion of which only £3 billion is used wisely in real foreign aid (such as water, inoculations and disaster relief). The rest is wasted. The three old parties think that this is good use of your money. Whilst at home, care for the elderly and most vulnerable is being reduced, services are being cut; health, policing and roads are being run down. UKIP believes that the money should be spent at home on the people’s priorities, not abroad

Fighting crime and rural crime

Britain’s communities suffer from an unacceptable level of crime and anti-social behaviour. We should overhaul the system to make sentences meaningful, rehabilitate offenders, deport foreign criminals, free up the police from excessive form filling and tackle nuisance neighbours and anti-social behaviour


UKIP looks forward to the 2019 Council elections in Bath & North East Somerset 

Meanwhile UKIP will continue working hard for local communities all over the UK

You can download our full 2017 Local Manifesto here


UKIP is committed to work on behalf of our community.

We want to bring back democracy to local decision making. We are honest about immigration, jobs and housing and we put our local residents first.

We believe passionately in finding better ways to deliver local services while keeping tax as low as possible. By voting UKIP in Bath, you will get a conscientious, dedicated MP or Councillor who wants to make a difference.


UKIP Bath & North East Somerset Branch is rapidly expanding. Every member and supporter makes a difference to us and our ability to campaign in the Bath area. We have a separate Young Independence section for members aged under 30. 

GET INVOLVED – All our campaigners are volunteers so if you want your voice heard in Bath, please give your time or donate to UKIP to support our campaign activities.

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