This document applies to ALL UKIP branded material on the internet, apps, and social media etc., defined as follows:
- Where the content claims to represent the views of the United Kingdom Independence Party on behalf of the party, or could reasonably be interpreted as such and/or where the website-coordinator, the person who instructs addition, maintenance and removal of material from the site, is a member of UKIP.
- Where the site uses the party logo, or features the party name as part of it's URL/ title. (Exceptions are newspaper style sites such as UKIP Daily or Kipper Central where there is a clear and unambiguous statement of editorial independence from UKIP prominently displayed.
- Online material by candidates standing for the party, or it's elected representatives is also covered.
- Printed material, such as letters to newspapers, which the newspapers make available online are NOT covered - but please remember it will probably be available by Google News searches and similar!
The intention is to act as a set of guidelines on correct logo, colours etc., as well as a place listing pitfalls and legal requirements to watch out for.