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Only by removing Nigel Farage and his sycophants on the NEC can we save UKIP from electoral oblivion.
Annabelle Fuller at Ascot. Certain females have a nerve wearing white!
We understand that Annabelle Fuller, UKIP employee, personal 'friend' and 'assistant' to Farage, might possibly be able to assist in revealing the identity of the woman that is alleged to have attempted to set up Andrew Bridgen MP.
We can only agree with the following comment:
If the case has been dropped due to false allegations, then the 'lady' in question should be charged accordingly and jailed if found guilty. His reputation has been destroyed and his career and marriage put in jeopardy - yet she still remains anonymous and walks away unpunished. A disgrace.
And we are sure that Nigel Farage would agree.
From The Mail
Police drop sex assault case against Tory MP after just a week
A Tory MP spoke of his ‘hurt and anger’ yesterday after police dropped a sex-assault case against him after only one week.
Backbencher Andrew Bridgen, 46, was detained in the early hours of last Thursday after a former political aide claimed he groped her at his Westminster flat.
Amid a blaze of publicity, he was held by police for several hours and forced to provide a DNA sample, pose for a police mugshot and be fingerprinted before being released on bail to return in mid-July.
He vigorously denied any wrong-doing and vowed to clear his name.
Yesterday, after taking a statement from his accuser, detectives ruled there was insufficient evidence to continue investigating.
Mr Bridgen, the MP for North West Leicestershire, said he would now be taking legal advice about possible action over the case.
The saga is likely to trigger a new debate on whether suspects accused of sex offences should be allowed to keep their anonymity until convicted.
TV presenter John Leslie have all been severely embarrassed by sex allegations which came to nothing.
Last Saturday the Mail reported that Mr Bridgen’s accuser had been drunkenly flirting with men in a nearby pub hours before her encounter with the MP, and that police were likely to drop the case within days.
We also disclosed that a civil servant who was in Mr Bridgen’s flat at the time of the alleged incident supported his version of events.
The accuser, a larger-than life character in Westminster, cannot be named for legal reasons but appears to have put her alleged ordeal behind her very quickly.
Earlier this week, she posted a picture of herself happily preparing to go to Royal Ascot on a social networking website.
Married father-of-two Mr Bridgen welcomed the police decision to drop the case.
‘Naturally, I remain hurt and angry that such a ludicrous, false and unsubstantiated allegation should have been given the attention it has,’ he said.
'The allegation was unfair and hurtful not just to myself but to my wife and children.’
Miss Fuller has worked the 'Westminster bubble' for many years and would clearly be aware of the 'lady' involved. We trust that she will contact the police with any information that may help the police indentify the individual in question.