Tuesday, 25 January 2011
UKIP: Derek Clark fails to show
Some serious issues were discussed today in Brussels relating to pension rights and employment within the single market. The EU seeks further control and harmonisation in these matters, and it is important that UKIP MEPs are present to at least attempt to block any initiative that threatens our national well-being. Debate took place in the vital employment committee, which sadly means that UKIP were not able to represent British interests, as its member on that committee is Derek Clark.
Clark is not particularly bright, and not at all politically astute.
Decisions, Derek, are taken by the people who turn up. You did not. So stop complaining about the EU meddling in our affairs, when you, who was elected to fight for British interests as a UKIP MEP do not even bother to turn up for work.
Derek Clark fails UKIP by allowing the East Midlands region to fall into disrepair. He fails the electorate by doing the job he is paid a salary to do.
British interests suffered today in the employment committee. What is your excuse, Derek, for failing to turn up and do the job you are paid for? Perhaps it is simply that you do not understand what is going on?
Derek Clark should resign his seat and give it to somebody who turns up for work.