I don't agree with everything UKIP say or do, in fact my political position is as confused as it is neutral.
That said, I have read the last few pages about race discrimination laws and jobs for British people with great interest. We have a problem in this country that we have been bullied by previous government's whenever people discuss the negative impact of immigration, especially low skilled workers filling up employment places that could have been filled by a national it's seen as racism.
Oh we've already had the utter rubbish spoon-fed to us that "they are taking the jobs no one wants" (a slight dig at the unemployed that can't afford to risk working on a zero hours contract at McDonald's). Create jobs that pay fair that have security and British nationals will gladly work for them.
The people who refuse to acknowledge this problem are most likely the same people that blindly label UKIP as racist without much thought. Take a look at recent Tory and Labour governments and tell me there hasn't been racist MP's with racist policies in either party. You can't.
The fact is this, immigration is a problem in this country. Why? Because we don't have the infrastructure to support the amount coming in compared to the amount going out. We don't build schools, houses or hospitals fast enough to manage our 'commitment' to the EU. That doesn't make someone racist.
In fact, what the media and other parties are continuing to do, is the same thing they have done for years which is to make discussion immigration, foreign aid etc a taboo subject and immediately label someone racist because they have alternative views that aren't actually discriminative.
I lived in HK for 7 years and similar to other countries they have a policy where they can only employ an immigrant if the company can prove the role cannot be fulfilled by a national. Oh wait they are being so racist. No, they are sensible.
It's all very well waxing lyrical that we are in the EU and those are the rules but there is an imbalance and the EU isn't necessarily correct.