supporting the right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people has said that she will continue to bring the Kashmiri issue to the political agenda of the European Union (EU).
Campaign for a Referendum went to Manchester for the 2011 Conservative Party conference.
Whilst at the conference, she spoke to Prime Minister David Cameron.
"She has also proved unable to collaborate adequately with the voluntary party in the UK, particularly with the regional committee in the West Midlands.
The national executive committee has therefore removed the whip; Nikki Sinclaire may no longer describe herself as a UKIP MEP, and she may not stand as a UKIP candidate in the forthcoming general election." Sinclaire stood in the 2010 general election in Meriden.
Sinclaire and a “posse of 20 followers” travelled to Ireland distributing anti-treaty leaflets.