Smoke anywhere, its legal.
I quote from UKIP's policies page on their website"
– UKIP will amend the smoking ban to give pubs and clubs the choice to open smoking rooms properly ventilated and separated from non-smoking areas. "
This doesn't affect any non smoker at all, does it? I am of the opinion that smoking should be discouraged, but if it doesn't harm any non smoker it should be up to the pub to decide, not the government.
To be encouraged
Apart from the fact that Nigel Farage goes to the pub, I am confused as to what you are referring to here. Nothing to do with drinking or alcohol is mentioned in the UKIP policies page.
Spend more money on more soldiers, tanks, planes and ships but keep them in doors because they are needed to defend Britain
Increasing the funding to the military isn't such a bad thing, considering the US Secretary of Defence said that Britain would not be a full partner with the U.S.A with our current funding cuts. Extra funding can also mean being better equipped, as well as things such as better provisions for soldiers etc. It also gives economic boosts to British Companies which is an all round good thing also
More secondary moderns, fewer comprehensives
The UKIP position is to bring back Grammar schools. Secondary Moderns are a thing of the past and will not be re-introduced. Very simply there will be Grammar Schools which are selective and take on a certain % of pupils and then there will be Comprehensives which are non selective. Considering 80% of 18-24 year olds agree to the idea, and 70% of the country as a whole, I am sure you will agree with me that as UKIP are the only party supporting this it is a credit to democracy?
I'd appreciate if you would actually make a response to this comment, rather than making scare posts and never materialising when someone responds like most of these sort of threads