Opt in to the Working Time Directive, enforcing a reduction in working hours to an average of 35 per week
Favour indirect taxation as a means to raise Government revenue
Against EU protectionism in sourcing local ingredients for hospitals and schools
Against CAP and CFP
Campaigns for secondary strike action to be enabled
Continue and extend the tobacco ban
Provide State benefits for striking workers
Introduce a flat rate of income tax and eliminate NI contributions
Build more prisons
End mass uncontrolled immigration
Make no cuts in NHS frontline health services
Allow schools to select pupils based on their suitability for the education provided
Remove means testing for pensioners
Ensure any large new wind farms are constructed offshore.
Invest in more flood and coastal defences
Reintroduction of competitive sports
Renationalise energy production
Encouragement to move to organic and low fossil fuel farming techniques
Believers in Peak Oil theory
The encouragement of worker share-ownership and profit-sharing
Make prison harsher and more austere
Now then, all of the above have been lifted directly from the websites of the political parties concerned.
Which is the "far right" party (as regularly described in the mass media), A, B or C?
 Yeah alright, cherry picked.
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