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Thursday, 28 June 2012

UKIP: Strange bedfellows!

The UKIP website contains some reference to the recent Irish referendum on the Fiscal Treaty. Paul Nuttall makes some comments. The website of the far-right EFD group in the European Parliament, to which UKIP belongs, and of which Nigel Farage is co-president, does likewise.

But UKIP's involvement in that referendum campaign runs deeper. Much deeper.

What Nigel Farage does not want you to know is that he has used this campaign to forge links with Irish Republicans.

Our photograph, which does not appear on UKIP's website for obvious reasons, shows Farage with some rather obnoxious characters.

Here we have Anthony Coughlan. He is certainly a vocal, and highly articulate, eurosceptic. But let us look deeper. Coughlan was a key figure in the Provisional IRA front group, the Connolly Association. He was also involved with the Wolfe Tone Society, which campaigned for the 'rights' of IRA prisoners. Those are the very people that murdered British soldiers, and innocent women and children in pursuit of their Marxist aims. Wolfe Tone himself was a convicted traitor, who died of illness before the just sentence of execution could be carried out. He once stated that his hatred of England had always been "rather an instinct than a principle".

We also note the presence in this picture of Hermann Kelly, UKIP/EFD press officer, who once wrote of Coughlan that he is "a good friend of mine".

Some interesting stuff here:

No wonder that Farage has remained silent on the matter of HM meeting the verminous murderer Martin McGuiness, he has himself been breaking bread with the same people. Look at the picture, and see how Farage is leaning forward to get his face in front of the camera. It is all about him, as far as he is concerned.

Farage, whilst he has never served himself, and whilst his father left the TA under a cloud of alcoholism, and tainted by his League of Empire Loyalist/National Front connections, likes to be associated with the troops. We wonder how his 'friends' in the mob will react to his closeness to the IRA!

Also present in the picture is Morten Messerchmidt (or Harry Heinkel, as Farage calls him behind his back). Messerschmidt personifies the EFD group. With his conviction for incitement to racial hatred, and the fact that he was forced to resign his government job after being seen "Heiling Hitler" in a Copenhagen bar, he really sums up this vile little group of violent extremists.

Tuesday, 26 June 2012

UKIP ditches mad Monckton

UKIP's corrupt leadership finally decided that Monckton had gone too far after he claimed that the globalist elite plan to exterminate billions of the world's population.

And so they wheeled out the odious Gawain Towler  - who wouldn't go to the toilet without first asking Fuhrer Farage - to explain why UKIP was no longer in love with the mad 'lord'.

From Brendan DeMelle'' blog:

Gawain Towler, Ukip's press spokesman, has confirmed to me this morning that Monckton "no longer has any formal role" with Ukip. Towler described Monckton as an "outlier" who is now "semi-detached" from the party, partly because he's "barely in the country these days". (Before arriving in Rio, Monckton had been touring the US Tea Party circuit casting doubt on the origins of Barack Obama's birth certificate.)
I asked if there had been a falling out between Monckton and the current Ukip leader, Nigel Farage. Towler said not, but said that Monckton - whom he described as a "17th century pamphleteer" - was sometimes the source of "frustration" and was "very much Lord Pearson's man - they own contiguous shooting estates in Scotland". Towler added that Monckton had been active in the party at a time when it was "not drowning in talent", but the recent surge in popularity for the party had seen a fresh influx of personnel. Monckton was a "loose cannon", said Towler, but Helmer is a "tied-down cannon, pointed in the same direction".

To read the original: LINK 

How we laughed at Towler's desperate attempts to rewrite recent UKIP history! Has he forgotten that Farage was just as eager to bring Monckton on board? Some of us have LONG memories! And what of the 'fresh influx of personnel'  as described by Towler? Failed and discredited Tories like Helmer and Swann are hardly the sort of people that any serious political party would want anywhere near them!

For more on Mad Monckton: LINK

For more on the odious Gawain Towler: LINK

Monday, 25 June 2012

More UKIP lies exposed!

More lies from UKIP's corrupt leadership!

From the UKIP website:

UKIP blocks ACTA approval

UKIP has stood firm against the EU ratifying the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement following a committee vote in the Parliament today.

Key to the International Trade Committee vote on whether or not to reject the agreement was a Tory Party MEP's bid to delay a decision until after hearing from the European Court of Justice, having being asked by the European Commission to do so.

UKIP's spokesman on International Trade and committee member William Dartmouth MEP said: "The spirit of the Tory amendment not only goes against the wishes of the majority of citizens around Europe, who want this agreement rejected, but also implicitly condones the competence of, and accepts the authority of, the European Court of Justice itself by accepting its authority over vital matters that affect the rights of citizens of the UK.

"It shows how out of touch the Tories are with their UK constituents.

"What they fail to understand is that ACTA will have a negative impact on the access to life-saving drugs in the developing world and at the same time will weaken our fundamental freedom of expression and is an attack on our civil liberties."

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is a multinational treaty for the purpose of establishing international standards for intellectual property rights enforcement establishing an international legal framework for targeting counterfeit goods, generic medicines and copyright infringement on the internet. It would create a new governing body outside existing forums such as the World Trade Organisation, the World Intellectual Property Organisation, or the United Nations

They claim that "UKIP blocks ACTA Approval".

This is a blatant lie.

Paragraph 1 on the report on ACTA - Tabled by a Labour MEP, David Martin - called for parliament to "Decline to consent" to the conclusion of the ACTA agreement.

There was an attempt in Committee to overturn this paragraph, and insert the text "Consents to conclusion of the agreement". This attempt was rejected by 19 votes to 12.

If anybody can claim to have blocked ACTA, it is the Labour Party.

If William Dartmouth had not been there to vote, the attempt to reject the "Decline to Consent" clause would still had been defeated by 18 votes to 12.

So how the Hell did even the UKIP press office (not known either for its honesty or competence!) manage to conclude that UKIP blocked ACTA?

Its simple, they just lied about it.

Sunday, 24 June 2012

UKIP: More risible election results

Hertfordshire County Council

Con 1413
Lab 693
LD 456
Green 180
UKIP 151
Ind 61

UKIP Share 5.1%

Woodhall Farm, Dacorum BC.

Con 566
Lab 406
LD 70
EDP 47
Green 24

UKIP Share 3.8%

Dudley - Norton

Con 1375
Lab 633
LD 259
UKIP 229
Grn 143
NF 47

UKIP Share 8.5%

Elmbridge - Esher

Con 711
RA 665
Lab 91

UKIP Share 2.0%

Only in Huntingdonshire did UKIP enjoy a reasonable election result. However, it should be noted that only 25.57% of those able to vote bothered to do so. And this result was a statistical anomally when compared to UKIP's showing in other council elections.

Huntingdonshire, Earith

Con 524
UKIP 437 (36.3%)
Lab 96
LD 92

For more on this see: LINK

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Lawrence Webb's report on UKIP's London election campaign farce

There was an altercation between Nigel Farage and Steven Woolfe where Nigel insisted that he wanted Steven to be top of the list in London. Nigel was heard to say that he controlled the NEC and if he didnt do what Nigel wanted he would not be able to stand as an MEP elsewhere.

Lawrence Webb on UKIP's London election farce

Nigel Farage couldn't organise a p*ss up in a brewery!

The text of Lawrence Webb's report to Farage's NEC is published below. Still believe that UKIP, under Farage, is fit for office? Then read on!


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London Mayoral and Assembly Elections 2012
Detailed Election Report NEC May 2012

By Lawrence Webb


1. The Results
2. Key Dates and Timings
3. The Campaign
4. Fresh Choice for London
5. Messages/ PEB
6. Appointed Candidates
7. Wasted Resources
8. Conclusion: Too Little Too Late
9. Appendix 1
10. Appendix 2
11. Appendix 3
12. Appendix 4
13. Appendix 5

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1) The Results

Mayor 1.96% +1.06%
List 4.5% +2.6% (deposit saved)
Constituency 4 deposits saved (+2)
Mayor London-wide (List)

It is important to note that although this shows the total number of second preference votes only 82,880 were valid for BJ and 102,355 were valid for KL this is because some people were either giving 1st and 2nd to the same candidate or putting BJ first and KL second (and vice versa).

2) Key dates and timings

Summer 2010

Even before I had been selected as the UKIP Mayoral Candidate I had spent some time courting specific interest groups, taxis and various groups affected by the low emission zones. This has resulted in an article in the Daily Express and a monthly column in The Badge newspaper (a Taxi publication). In addition to these I also had mentions in a number of trade press including the Ice cream alliance and those covering the recovery industry.

September 2010

First attempt to get on the NEC to discuss the London elections.

February 2011

Submitted strategy to NEC (no action taken). It was stressed however that the Party would have overall control rather than London region to avoid similar problems that had occurred in Wales.

Spring 2011

I attempted to start the candidate selection process - this was delayed to concentrate on the Mayor

June 2011

Steve Crowther attended the LRC meeting to oversee and direct preparations for the campaign. The selection of candidates was discussed. As can be seen from this extract of the LRC minutes for Thursday 16th June 2011 (point 4.4) the manifesto was always going to be a collusion of ideas from all the Mayoral candidates and not as SC suggested in his report to the NEC, which implied that the Manifesto was the sole responsibility of the incoming Mayoral candidate.

"Messaging. It proved extremely difficult to create the London manifesto, which should have been effectively in place with the incoming Mayoral candidate"

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July 2011

Steve Crowther once again attended the LRC and presented his Proposed Plan for the London Elections 2012. My suggestion of selecting the Assembly candidates first to give them time to embed themselves was overridden in favour of selecting the Mayoral candidate first using a public vote; about which there was much scepticism amongst the LRC. The reluctance of the LRC was overcome when it was explained that the proposed plan would enable UKIP to harvest the details of all those who participate in the process. SC appointed Lisa Duffy to oversee the campaign.

The main areas of policy were discussed; Transport and Crime being the two areas for which the Mayor has control.


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August 2011

Mayoral candidate selected. In the end this was decided on the member's ballot alone because the online vote was subject to a massive fraud and in the end failed to harvest any details.

October 2011

There was an altercation between Nigel Farage and Steven Woolfe where Nigel insisted that he wanted Steven to be top of the list in London. Nigel was heard to say that he controlled the NEC and if he didnt do what Nigel wanted he would not be able to stand as an MEP elsewhere.

November 2011

The first ballot to select the Assembly candidates. Steve Crowther, Lisa Duffy and Peter Reeve attend LRC meeting. The process for selecting the list candidates is presented by SC. LRC are very concerned about the NEC altering the running order after the members have voted. SC said this was to ensure the list was a balance which raised further concerns he stressed however that changes would only be made in extreme circumstances.

December 2011

The second ballot to select the Assembly candidates

January 2012

At the end of the month the NEC decided the order of the candidates on the list.

February 2012

The super-constituency candidates were appointed.

March 2012

Lisa Duffy was removed from the campaign (at the beginning of March).

Duncan Barkes leaves for pastures new (at end of March).


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Despite my best efforts to start planning for these elections to allow time for the candidates to embed themselves into their constituencies and become aware of the local issues, the candidates were not finally in place until three months before polling day.

NB: These Elections are at fixed intervals the next one is Thursday 5th May 2016.

3) The Campaign

The early start of the campaign went well with Lisa, Duncan, Damian and I working on the messaging and a media strategy. This had some degree of success with several hits in the media the best being on 8th March when I was quoted in the Express, Star, Mirror and Metro (in their printed versions) and in the Mail, Telegraph and London Loves Business online.

However there was no effective campaign from the point that Lisa was removed and there was no effective media campaign from the point at which Duncan moved on. What is worse, is from the point that Lisa was removed Janice Small failed to keep the agent (Peter Staveley) informed of expenditure: at the very least this is wilfully negligent if not criminally negligent.

Even now Janice has failed to supply a proper record of what was spent and how it is to be allocated.

Similarly, events were missed from the campaign schedule despite advised well in advance.

Despite Havering being the best area for UKIP in London it was not included in Nigel's campaign schedule even though he did come for Question Time, which was broadcast from Havering the week before polling.


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This is one of two or more emails giving details of events in Havering

4) Fresh Choice for London

As Part of the messaging it had been decided to stress that UKIP was a fresh alternative because Conservatives, Labour and Lib Dems were putting up the same candidates as in 2008.

When the newspaper was produced it was done so believing that this would be the principle campaign literature, and that; "UKIP A Fresh Choice" should be registered as a Party description.

However after Lisa was replaced I was removed from any of the decision making process.

There is a huge and fundamental difference between London the capital of the UK and London Region which is not understood by those outside of London.

Although I live in London region I in no way consider myself to be a "Londoner" and nor do most of the people who live in the outer boroughs where most of our support comes from. In the end the decision to register and use Fresh Choice For London was made by those who do not know or understand London/London Region, in the mistaken belief that it would appear on the ballot paper along with the Party name.

As can been seen by the email threads in Appendix 1 and 2 there was total lack of command and control nobody seemed to know who was doing what everyone wanted to take the glory but nobody wanted to take responsibility

5) Messaging/ PEB

From the outset Steve Crowther was put in charge of overall messaging as detailed in the report presented to the NEC November 2011.

Despite having the areas of responsibility explained he was keen to include other policies not under the direct control of the Mayor i.e. 5% Vat on beer and Cider. Other


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ideas were also included that were a distraction and difficult to defend (see Appendix 3). Other suggested changes were simply ignored despite emails.

Similarly the Party Election Broadcast was poorly thought out. Attempts to plan this last summer were ignored with the result that something had to be cobbled together at the last minute (see Appendix 4).

6) Appointed Candidates

Having twice asked the members to vote on who they who like to see at the top of the Assembly List and then ignored them had a devastating effect on the active London Membership. Much time was wasted preventing members including Branch Officers resigning, when they should have been arranging stalls and events in their areas. Similarly appointing S-C candidates had a similar effect.

It is clear that there was a determined attempt by the leadership to influence the NEC in deciding which candidate was to be top of the list regardless of how the London members had voted.

Unsubstantiated comments were made with the clear intention of denigrating some whilst other comments were clearly intended to promote others. Much was made of one candidate's experience as a councillor (although not relevant to the GLA). If the full facts had been known then I believe the outcome would have been very different, there would have been a far greater motivation to get people elected, as it was senior Party figures from around the country have stated that they believe that getting no one elected was preferable to getting the wrong person elected.


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7) Wasted Resources

Although Peter Staveley had been appointed as the Agent and was therefore legally responsible for any expenses incurred he was excluded, as was I, from any decision on how and where the money was spent. We have spent £6000 on surveys and polling data, much of which proved to be whole inaccurate. Similarly there was a lot of wasted effort promoting Super-Constituency candidates when the effort should have been spent on promoting the London-wide list, the only place we were likely to win any prizes.

Although we saved double the number of deposits this time around we failed to get any one elected from the List.

The advans were not deployed to the right areas and contained the wrong messages. The accompanying music "Maybe its because I'm a Londoner" is more likely to have put voters off in our strongest areas as they do not associate themselves as being Londoners.

The bus spent too much time in Westminster and central London and not in the outer boroughs where we get our best votes.

8) Conclusion: Too Little Too Late

Appointing candidates led to a disenfranchised membership

The candidates were selected too late - to be effective they should have been in place at least a year before the election to raise their profile.

The people with local knowledge were ignored. Most disastrously with the result that UKIP did not
appear on the ballot paper.

No effective campaign (after the beginning of March)

No media strategy (after the end of March)

Resources were poorly allocated

This campaign lacked any true chain of command, and people were given roles and responsibilities beyond their capabilities. There was no check on spending or proper recording of what had been spent. Even now Peter Staveley (the agent) is still being sent invoices for things he knew nothing
about (see Appendix 5).

Far from becoming a truly professional organisation we are less competent than ever making the most basic of errors. Rather than leaving those who know London to run the campaign, it was run by an uninformed committee (of non-Londoners) with the result that we ended up with a camel rather than a horse.

The effects of the gerrymandering and leadership interference in this campaign will have long lasting ramifications for the party as a whole. This, coupled with the recent statement by the current Leader that he wants to stand joint Tory UKIP candidates has taken away all and any incentive for candidates to 'work' a constituency in the years before an election as they run the risk of either being replaced or asked to stand down.



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9. Appendix 1

From: Lawrence Webb
To: reeve@ukip.org
Cc: peter staveley
Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2012 11:44 AM
Subject: London DNO


Just a quick reminder that I am still waiting for my DNO certificate.

What was the NEC's decision on the party description? If approved what is the Elcom timescale on approval?

Lawrence J Webb
UKIP London
Tel. 020 7403 7175

From: Cllr Peter Reeve [mailto:reeve@ukip.org]
Sent: 06 March 2012 16:14
To: Lawrence Webb
Subject: Re: London DNO

HI Lawrence

They approved the London descriptor. Time scale is 10 to 20 days.

Will get DNO Cert over to you this evening.

Cllr Peter Reeve
Member for Ramsey  Cambridgeshire County Council UKIP Group Leader -
Huntingdonshire District Council tel : 07792 290 434 email :
NB forwarded to Peter Staveley

From: UKIP [mailto:UKIP@PeterStaveley.co.uk]
Sent: 07 March 2012 11:54
To: reeve@ukip.orgâ
Cc: Lawrence Webb
Subject: FW: London DNO


What is the party description? If I know it now then I can put it on all the forms.

10 to 20 days from today means that some candidates will potentially be submitting a nomination form with the wrong description. If it does not make it onto the Elcom website by 20th March is there any letter of comfort we could have from Elcom?

What is the party emblem we are going to use?

Please remember that I am urgently waiting your PDF letter of authority for me to receive electoral registers.

Peter Staveley
GLA Election Agent for UKIP London
07973 168742


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From: Cllr Peter Reeve [mailto:reeve@ukip.org]
Sent: 09 March 2012 05:45
Subject: Re: London DNO

To Peter

The Description used is for the campaign team to decide, prob best to speak to Janice.

I can not confirm if the changes descriptors will be in place by 20th March as they have to go through ElCom vetting and may not be approved. Janice may want to revert to the standard descriptors in order to add some clarity for form filling.

Will let you know as soon as we get any confirmation from Elcom.

Cllr Peter Reeve
Member for Ramsey Cambridgeshire County Council UKIP Group Leader Huntingdonshire District Council tel : 07792
290 434 email : reeve@ukip.org

From: Steve Crowther [mailto:sjcrowther@btinternet.com]
Sent: 11 March 2012 21:29

Cc: reeve@ukip.org; Lawrence Webb; david coburn; Elizabeth Jones; pauljamesoakley@ntlworld.com; chairman@ukip.org; StevenWoolfe; mickjackmcgough@gmail.com; GawainTowler; MazharManzoor;
mariannebowness@yahoo.co.uk; Winston McKenzie; smalljan@btinternet.com; helen dixon;  Michael Corby; Jeff Bolter

Subject: Re: Winston's leaflets

Dear Peter

Thank you for this clarification, and I am very pleased that you are the party's appointed Agent for this election. Please let me know if you need any support from me at any stage; it's very important that you are able to fulfil this vital role to the letter we can't afford any slip-ups or legal anomalies.

I've added Michael Corby and Jeff Bolter to this circulation, I hope that's right?

Regards, Steve
Stephen Crowther, Executive Chairman, UK Independence Party Eastacombe House, Heanton, Barnstaple, N. Devon
EX31 4DG Phone 01271 813844 Mobile 07775 787579

From: UKIP [mailto:UKIP@PeterStaveley.co.uk]
Sent: 11 March 2012 21:59
To: Steve Crowther
Cc: reeve@ukip.org; Lawrence Webb; david coburn; StevenWoolfe; smalljan@btinternet.com
Subject: RE: Winston's leaflets

Dear Steve

Thanks for that. I fully agree we cannot afford any slip-ups or legal anomalies.

The main thing that is holding me back at the moment is that Pete mentioned that he had applied to Elcom for the authorisation for the new party description. However, he failed to state the exact wording that he (i.e. what the NEC agreed) was applying for. Once I have that then I can ask the boroughs to check the nomination forms (subject to Elcom agreeing) and then be one step further to meeting the 20th March deadline for nominations.

I have got back 4 Mayoral nomination forms and I will start checking them tomorrow and then, as a belt and braces, ask the relevant boroughs to check them as well so that when we put in the Mayoral nomination that will get through without any problems.

I do not wish to go too much into the Winston issue again but it is very disconcerting when Marianne mentions to the Croydon AGM that Winston is going to have a campaign office and then to see a leaflet produced without any consultation from myself and also the wrong imprint. Let's be clear I will give the full and immediate authorisation for any campaign expenditure if I have strong independent evidence that it has been agreed by at least Janice and David (and preferably Steven and Lawrence as well). So I promise that I will not be a bar on expenditure. However, I do not


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expect to have to be Sherlock Holmes in order to find out about what candidates have apparently spent without consulting me.

Similarly we need full records for any donations over £500 (or £50 if Winston has any donations).
Just so that you know unlike all other GLA Constituency Candidates I intend to deliver the nomination for Croydon and Sutton personally. To a certain extent it is very convenient for me. However, from my previous experience with Winston I feel that there is a risk that he would 'accidentally' lose the agent's appointment form and possibly substitute Marianne. Certainly if I were Winston or Marianne that is what I would try to do in order to get rid of Peter Staveley's

I would request that the party, and Pete Reeve as the NO ensures, that only Lawrence’s DNO certificate is used to accompany Winston's nomination. If he persuades another DNO to sign for him then we will be in chaos since he would have an 'independent' UKIP nomination.

Obviously I am liaising with Lawrence on a regular basis on obtaining Lawrence's signatures and his DNO form.

Peter Staveley
Electoral Agent for UKIP London
247 Davidson Road
07973 168742

From: Steve Crowther [mailto:sjcrowther@btinternet.com]
Sent: 11 March 2012 22:53
Cc: Peter Reeve
Subject: Re: Winston's leaflets

Dear Peter

The agreed slogan was 'Fresh Choice for London'. I don't think any DNO certificates are still valid; they all lapsed at the end of 2011. Only Pete can create new ones. I am copying him on this for clarity.

I understand your approach and entirely endorse it.

Regards, Steve
Stephen Crowther, Executive Chairman, UK Independence Party Eastacombe House, Heanton, Barnstaple, N. Devon
EX31 4DG Phone 01271 813844 Mobile 07775 787579

From: UKIP [mailto:UKIP@PeterStaveley.co.uk]
Sent: 11 March 2012 23:04
To: Steve Crowther
Cc: Peter Reeve
Subject: RE: Winston's leaflets


Just to be clear could you please confirm that the words UK I P do not appear in the party description? So in effect we are relying on the emblem to convey the UKIP brand. Please note that 'UK I P Fresh Choice for London' is not admissible as that is seven words.

Thanks for the DNO clarification. Pete has already issued Lawrence with a DNO certificate for London and I have a copy of that. So that side of things are sorted.

Peter Staveley
Electoral Agent for UKIP London
247 Davidson Road
Croydon CR0 6DQ
07973 168742


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From: Steve Crowther
To: Peter Reeve
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2012 8:31 AM
Subject: FW: Winston's leaflets

Dear Peter

Please could you clarify this to Peter?

Regards, Steve
Stephen Crowther, Executive Chairman, UK Independence Party Eastacombe House, Heanton, Barnstaple, N. Devon
EX31 4DG Phone 01271 813844
Mobile 07775 787579

From: Cllr Peter Reeve [mailto:reeve@ukip.org]

Sent: 12 March 2012 09:35
To: Steve Crowther
Subject: Re: Winston's leaflets

Hi Steve / Peter

I am not sure what I am being asked to clarify.

The Descriptor that the London team have asked to have registered is 'A Fresh Choice for London'

This has not yet been approved and when it is, it is for the campaign team in London to decide if they want to use it or not. I have just requested the registration that the London team have asked for.

The party name will still be on the ballot paper and also appears in the logo. The bit that will change is the description beneath the logo if that is what is requested on the nomination papers.

It is correct that UKIP Fresh choice for London would not be acceptable but no one has asked us to try to register it???

Hope this helps?


Cllr Peter Reeve
Member for Ramsey – Cambridgeshire County Council UKIP Group Leader – Huntingdonshire District Council tel : 07792
290 434 email :

From: UKIP [mailto:UKIP@PeterStaveley.co.uk]
Sent: 12 March 2012 09:45
To: Cllr Peter Reeve
Subject: RE: Winston's leaflets

I just wanted to be clear that we are not including UKIP in the description?

Also I wish to do informal checks with the boroughs. So it would be helpful if I could have something from you to say that the description is being processed. It certainly does not need to be formal just an email from you to Elcom or a copy of your letter to Elcom etc.

Peter Staveley
Electoral Agent for UKIP London
247 Davidson Road
CroydonCR0 6DQ
07973 168742

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10. Appendix 2


Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 15:38:26
To: k.farage@yahoo.co.uk

Subject: Branding on ballot papers clarification

Hi all
Just to confirm what was agreed today following the discussions regarding the ballot paper wording.

The NEC had apparently agreed a 'Fresh Choice for London' with the UKIP logo appearing on the left of the paper.

David Coburn raised concerns over this and thought it would be better having the UKIP branding and wording clearly spelt out.

However, as 13 nomination papers had been returned and approved it was agreed that this would not be possible.

After speaking to Lisa, Pete Reeve, David and Lawrence we agreed that the Fresh Choice would remain but on the List ballot papers it would revert to UKIP logo and name. Peter and Lawrence are meeting the various officials to sign this off tomorrow.

Janice Atkinson
020 8694 7587/07889 927430

From: clancoburn@hotmail.co.uk
To: smalljan@btinternet.com; partydirector@ukip.org; sjcrowther@btinternet.com; k.farage@yahoo.co.uk;
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 15:51:25 +0000
Subject: Re: Branding on ballot papers clarification

Not quite ! I believe the NEC thought this was in addition to “UK Independence Party” not instead of. Either my ear trumpet is bashed or the dementia business the PM has been banging on about has become contagious. Drunk or sober I would not have substituted the party name for something warm and woolly. Simple stupid is best. That's how the voters like it. Too many cooks comrades !!!

David Coburn London Chairman
Sent using BlackBerry® from Orange

From: UKIP

Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 23:11

For the Mayoral candidate and the GLA Constituency candidates the UKIP emblem with the party description 'Fresh Choice for London' will be shown. For the GLA List Candidate the UKIP emblem and the party description 'UK Independence Party' will be shown. This was the decision of the NEC, the party's Nominating Officer and the Party Chairman. I checked before putting it on the nomination papers.

Peter Staveley
Electoral Agent
for UKIP London 247 Davidson Road
Croydon CR0 6DQ

From: Steven Woolfe [mailto:stevenwoolfe1@gmail.com]
Sent: 19 April 2012 07:32


I don't want to be pedantic, but the NEC only approved the phrase 'a Fresh Choice For London' could be included in the Parties list of approved ELCOM descriptors. As advised they should by the Parties Nominating Officer who had stated it was a request from the London Campaign Team constituted at that time.

The NEC also approved that it was the London Campaign Team, as constituted at the time, choice whether to use it in this election, how to use it best, whether it could be used under the rules of the London election. It was nit the decision of the NEC to use the UKIP logo on the right of the ballet paper and descriptor under the name without the UKIP name.


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This would have been the upto the London Campaign Team.

This is all documented in the minutes and discussions.

Sent from my iPhone

From: UKIP

Date: Thu 19 Apr 2012 08:05


Obviously I have not seen the minutes of the NEC and the public summary is not clear enough to determine what was agreed (and in any case arrived too late to be of effect in this case).

However, on 11/3 at 21:58 I asked Steve Crowther what party description had been agreed by the NEC to be used. The reply came back on 11/3 22:59 that the agreed slogan was 'Fresh Choice for London'.

I fully accept that the NEC might not have agreed to use the party description 'Fresh Choice for London' but that is not how it was communicated to me by the Chairman. I was also communicating with the Nominating Officer and his view of the NEC decision was the same. Therefore, I stand by what I said on 18 Apr 2012, at 23:11 (below).

By the way on the ballot paper UKIP does not have a logo, it is the party emblem.


From: Steven Woolfe [mailto:stevenwoolfe1@gmail.com]
Sent: 19 April 2012 08:17
Subject: Re: Last 72 hours thoughts please

Are you saying that the NEC said that on the ballet paper A Fresh Choice for London under the name of the candidate with the Party Emblem ? And that is what the Party Chairman communicated to you ?

Sent from my iPhone

From: Steven Woolfe
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 08:18:44
To: ;
Subject: Accusations of NEC control of Campaign

David and Mick

Please see below email correspondence between Peter and myself re the issues this morning. ( before your cease and desist notice David)

The implication is clear that Peter believes he was told by SC and PR that the NEC decided to use the phrase in the London campaign. As all three of us were on the committee that day and voted for the motion that would suggest we part of the process that made the decision to use the descriptor on the ballot paper.

I know my recollection of events but is it your combined understanding that NEC decided to use it on the Ballot Paper or left it for the London Campaign

Yours Steven
Sent from my iPhone

From: UKIP ;
Date: 19 April 2012 08:36:10 GMT+01:00
To: Steven Woolfe ;
Subject: RE: Last 72 hours thoughts please

As I said, I am not allowed to see what the NEC said and, obviously, I was not at the NEC meeting.

So my view of life has to be how the NEC's decisions were portrayed to me by the Steve Crowther and Pete Reeve. The 'decision' was that the party description for all of the London Election was 'Fresh Choice for London'. Unfortunately they implied that it was the NEC decision.



Page 15 of 19

From: david coburn

Date: Thu 19 Apr 2012 10:14


The NEC approved the use of this ludicrous phrase with other things like "and residents".. etc. at the behest of Pete Reeves. The general understanding was that they were to be used in conjunction with 'UKIP' but not EXCLUDING. 'UKIP' no one is that daft !!! Pete Reeves seems to have misunderstood what could be put on the ballot paper and did not check it properly. When I went through my nomination papers in detail with Bexley when I was putting them in the returning officer pointed out how it would appear and that UKIP would not be included in the

I called Pete Reeves on my mobile in front of the returning officer and Pete told me that was nonsense. I passed the phone to the returning officer who confirmed what I had said. Pete then said something like 'Woops!' and giggled nervously. He had obviously misunderstood the regulations. I phoned Stavely who confirmed his instructions. As a matter of fact he had questioned both Messrs Crowther and Reeve twice by email and Reeve had confirmed the descriptor. So unusually for UKip Stavely actually obeyed orders. It was too late to change the descriptor for the superconstituences as most had gone in and there was insufficient time to change the rest. After frantic calls between myself, Reeves, Crowther and Nigel it was decided to carry on with the rest of the supers as
they were for the sake of consistency and I immediately ordered Messrs Stavely and Webb to drop everything and re do the papers for the list and replace the descriptor with 'UK Indepedence Party' If I hadn't discovered this nonsense we would have had 'fresh start for London' on the list too !!! I further suggested we should market the 'fresh start for London' as a cunning plan by our press and marketing wonks. Funnily enough they belived it as no one could be that stupid. YOU COULD'T MAKE IT UP !!! Yours aye David CONFIDENTlAL

Sent using BlackBerry from Orange


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11. Appendix 3

From: Steve Crowther [mailto:sjcrowther@btinternet.com]
Sent: 15 February 2012 18:51
To: Lisa Duffy; Peter Staveley; Steven Woolfe; David Coburn; Lawrence Webb
Subject: P&C Manifesto

Dear All

We need an eye-catching idea on crime. Paddick is trusted to look after it, just because he's a copper, but his policy is incoherent EXCEPT for one thing, which he's nicked from us - neighbourhood watch patrols (like Pete's Police in Ramsey) armed with torches and fluorescent jackets.

How about: some revision of Police procedure in London that enables more citizen action, eg bringing back Citizen's Arrests. These (a long cherished imaginary 'right' of the freeborn Englishman) could trump Paddick's hi-vis militia. I don't think he'd be able psychologically to match it.

We say that the Met Police will actively support and promote Citizens' Arrests, through a well-publicised code of practice and set of rules, plus active neighbourhood liaison rather than, as they tend to do now, arresting the citizen and charging them with assault/false imprisonment to get their numbers up.

As long as our plan is thought-through and coherent, it could look good to the Londoner who's concerned about crime and thinks the police don't do squat about it except arrest innocent householders trying to protect their property.

Downsides? Okay, one or two, but we'll deal with them when we're in City Hall.

Whaddya think?

Regards, Steve
Stephen Crowther
Eastacombe House, Heanton, Barnstaple, N. Devon EX31 4DG

From: Lawrence Webb [mailto:lawrencejwebb@btinternet.com]
Sent: 26 March 2012 15:01
Subject: S-C leaflet


I have just spoken to Damian and all comms. is to come through you

Page one of this is fine although I would suggest changing the 'UKIP' in the first line with the party Logo as this and 'fresh choice for London' are what will appear on the ballot paper

Of the three red circles the bottom one is meaningless without greater explanation for which there is no room.

Let's change it to. Parking fines 'a tax on small business' or 'crippling small business'

Of the three message points

Stronger on jobs OK
Safer on crime change to Tougher on Crime
Fairer on transport
Introduce a flexible off-peak travel card
70 minute bus ticket allowing multiple changes within the time limit
Stop penalising the motorist
1. Scrap the congestion charge
2. 20 free parking across London
3. Free Saturday night and all-day Sunday parking
Also as on the op of page one change the word UKIP with the logo
NB on mine the printers address was not visible.

Lawrence J Webb


Page 17 of 19

From: J SMALL [mailto:smalljan@btinternet.com]
Sent: 26 March 2012 15:27
To: lawrenceWebb
Subject: Fw: super leaflet again.

You OK with this? We made some of the changes, logo is the approved one.
Janice Atkinson
020 8694 7587/07889 927430

From: Lawrence Webb [mailto:lawrencejwebb@btinternet.com]
Sent: 26 March 2012 16:44
Cc: DamianWilson
Subject: RE: super leaflet again.


Save £10m in parking admin by putting one central authority in charge, instead of 33 local councils.
Unless this is going to be explained it is not going to float anyone's boat £10m in the greater scheme of things is nothing and admin ....really!

If this is going to be used it must be bold..

Take parking enforcement away from greedy councils ... save motorists £millions in wrongly issued parking charges

Lawrence J Webb
UKIP London
Tel. 020 7403 7175

Page 18 of 19

12. Appendix 4

From: Steve Crowther [mailto:sjcrowther@btinternet.com]

Sent: 01 April 2012 21:54
To: Steven Woolfe; Lawrence Webb
Subject: FW: Draft

Dear Lawrence, Steven

First draft PEB idea for your delectation. Your feedback appreciated.

Regards, Steve
Stephen Crowther, Executive Chairman, UK Independence Party

From: Lawrence Webb
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2012 15:58:59 +0100
To: Stephen Crowther
,Steven Woolfe
Cc: Janice Atkinson-Small , David Coburn
Subject: RE: Draft

Dear All,

I have only just had time to look at this in any detail and without wishing to put a downer on things it doesn't give me a warm fuzzy feeling.

Can we not use some of the graphics from the save the city DVD to avoid the talking heads.

I understand DC is moving into Wiffen territory and has come up with a script.

Lawrence J Webb
UKIP London
Tel. 020 7403 7175

From: Steve Crowther [mailto:sjcrowther@btinternet.com]
Sent: 03 April 2012 16:27
To: Lawrence Webb; ‘Steven Woolfe’
Cc: Janice Atkinson-Small; David Coburn
Subject: Re: Draft

Dear Lawrence

Why would you want to avoid the 'talking heads'? The 'talking heads' are the candidates we want them to vote for. You are the star of this show. People mostly don't watch PEBs if they can avoid them, especially if they're made of graphics'. If they are being spoken to by a nice bloke who seems to be making sense and is saying something interesting, we have some chance to taking them with us.

We're following a deliberate strategy here - talk about a very big and controversial issue (which hopefully will act as a multiplier by getting us talked about in the media), but in a very personable, human, ordinary-folk-like-us way (which hopefully will counteract any negative perceptions and win us support).

If we want people to engage with this, we need to do that: engage with them, person to person. If we want them to take on board our message, we have to put it in such a way that they can feel reassured that we are nice, trustworthy, next-door-neighbour people giving it to them - not some political machine.

And we're asking them to vote for you. To get to the end of the film and go: I'm going to vote for them, they seem alright and they make a lot of sense. This whole script is about playing to your strengths.

Regards, Steve
Stephen Crowther, Executive Chairman, UK Independence Party


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13. Appendix 5

From: UKIP [mailto:UKIP@PeterStaveley.co.uk]

Sent: 30 May 2012 16:25
Subject: RE: Public Meeting at Hillingdon


Firstly, why did you not tell me about the invoice at the time?

Secondly, why did you not ask me to authorise the expenditure as required by legislation? The situation of unauthorised expenditure 'appearing' has arisen many times both during and after the election in spite of me reminding you several times that ALL campaign expenditure needs to be authorised by the agent.

Thirdly, why did you state that I have received all the information when that was obviously not true? You, presumably, kept detailed expenditure records and compared them with the information I supplied you. Obviously it is was true then I presume that you will be challenging the invoice.

Fourthly, why was the media company having to Google information? They should have been given detailed information as to where the invoice was to be sent and to whom the invoice was to be made out to.

Fifthly, as a matter of interest, who authorised that expenditure? Was it you, Annabelle or someone else? If it was not you then why did that people not have the courtesy to tell me about it? I made strong efforts to respond to emails and telephone calls promptly, so they could not claim that I was impossible to contact.

In any case since I received the invoice today it is now too late. I was required to have received all the invoices by last Thursday. Now that all those invoices have been paid I have sent off the election returns and Helen has certified them as being correct. So they cannot be changed.

Therefore, the invoice is not a campaign expense and nothing to do with me. I suggest that you direct the invoice to head office for them to pay. Please let me know to whom, if anyone, I should send the invoice to?

Peter Staveley

From: J SMALL [mailto:smalljan@btinternet.com]
Sent: 30 May 2012 15:55
To: Annabelle Fuller
Subject: Re: Public Meeting at Hillingdon

It's just like Jaws, just when you think it was safe to go back in the water ... [cue Jaws music]
Yes, we organised a public meeting, that's what you do in campaigns and the hall was packed - coincidence? It should be paid from the London campaign. It was probably sent to Queen Anne's Gate because the media co Googled the wrong address and all correspondence is being forwarded to

Janice Atkinson
020 8694 7587/07889 927430



UKIP: Lawrence Webb on the farce that was the London elections

"This campaign lacked any true chain of command, and people were given roles and responsibilities beyond their capabilities".

Lawrence Webb on UKIP's election campaign in London

The Junius Team would like share with you Lawrence Webb's damning indictment of the way UKIP's leadership handled the farce that was the London election campaign. The 19 page document was presented to the NEC.

It comes as no surprise that Peter Reeve is exposed in the document as a sheer incompetent - a man of limited intelligence and ability. Only in UKIP could such a creature rise to a position of authority. And yet there are still some who want the chump as an MEP!

For example:

From: david coburn
Date: Thu 19 Apr 2012 10:14

CONFIDENTIAL. The NEC approved the use of this ludicrous phrase with other things like "...and residents" etc. at the behest of Pete Reeves. The general understanding was that they were to be used in conjunction with "UKIP" but not

EXCLUDING. "UKIP" no one is that daft !!! Pete Reeves seems to have misunderstood what could be put on the ballot paper and did not check it properly. When I went through my nomination papers in detail with Bexley when I was putting them in the returning officer pointed out how it would appear and that UKIP would not be included in the descriptor.. I called Pete Reeves on my mobile in front of the returning officer and Pete told me that was nonsense. I passed the phone to the returning officer who confirmed what I had said. Pete then said something like "Woops!"and giggled nervously. He had obviously misunderstood the regulations. I phoned Stavely who confirmed his instructions. As a matter of fact he had questioned both Messrs Crowther and Reeve twice by email and Reeve had confirmed the descriptor. So unusually for UKip Stavely actually obeyed orders. It was too late to change the descriptor for the superconstituences as most had gone in and there was insufficient time to change the rest. After frantic calls between myself, Reeves, Crowther and Nigel it was decided to carry on with the rest of the supers as they were for the sake of consistency and I immediately ordered Messrs Stavely and Webb to drop everything and redo the papers for the list and replace the descriptor with "UK Indepedence Party" If I hadn't discovered this nonsense we would have had "a fresh start for London" on the list too !!! I further suggested we should market the "fresh start for London" as a cunning plan by our press and marketing wonks. Funnily enough they belived it as no one could be that stupid. YOU COULDN'T MAKE IT UP !!! Yours aye David CONFIDENTlAL

Sent using BlackBerry® from Orange

This document - with emails - proves beyond any doubt that UKIP - under the current leadership/ NEC - is not fit to be trusted with ANY political office.

We've had problems converting the PDF to a readible form on here. We'll sort out the gremlins!

To read it on GLW's blog: LINK

Monday, 18 June 2012

UKIP failure in Tunbridge Wells presented as a victory!

Pic by http://questionabletime.com

Nigel Farage and his useful idiots had high hopes that UKIP would win the by-election in Tunbridge Wells. You can imagine their surprise when they lost!

Kent County - Tunbridge Wells East - June 2012

Lib Dem.................1022
UKIP.................... 1000
Green.................... 109

Only in Farage's UKIP could losing an election and coming third behind the Lib Dems be claimed as a victory!

And so much for Farage's repeated claim that UKIP has replaced the Lib Dems as the UK's third party.

Here is the previous result for the seat:

Kent County Council - Tunbridge Wells East - 2009

Liberal Democrat.....1532
Labour Party............324

Please note that UKIP's vote has risen by just 415 votes since 2009. Clearly, the voters are still not inclined to trust UKIP. And who can blame them? Would you trust your future to a party led by the corrupt and dishonest?

Thursday, 14 June 2012

UKIP: Cowardly McGough fails to answer Ian Gillman's questions

It comes as no surprise that Wolfman McGough - pictured above -has failed to answer ANY of Ian Gillman's questions regarding financial irregularities in UKIP. LINK.

Mr Gillman is a former UKIP NEC member and MEP candidate.

McGough has also declined to arrange for Mr Gillman to meet Stuart Wheeler - UKIP treasurer - in order for him to pass on certain documents regarding UKIP financial corruption.

That McGough has much to hide is evident. That he is prepared to collude in corruption is also evident. It is laughable that this serial failure is allowed to stand for UKIP, sit on the NEC and even act as a spokesman for the party. And yet they wonder why UKIP is still regarded as a joke by many in the media!

For more on this see: LINK

Monday, 11 June 2012

UKIP: Ian Gillman puts Wolfman McGough on the spot

Don't Vote for Me!

The odious Paul Nuttall MEP joins Wolfman McGough for a photo shoot to commemorate Mick's stunning failure to get elected to the London Assembly. LINK

We note that the usual serial idiots and failures have been seeking to attack Junius and GLW via the British Democracy Forum. It comes as no surprise that Mick 'wolfman' McGough has emerged from the sewers to make further wild claims about GLW being in the pay of secret forces.

We all know that the Wolfman is solely motivated by a desire to please Farage and thus become an MEP. But he really shouldn't judge others based on his own greed and lack of ethics.

McGough's limited intelligence will prevent him from grasping the following:

GLW loves his country and hates the EU.

He wants to see UKIP reformed and freed from corruption.

He wants to see UKIP prosper under a leader untainted by scandal.

He wants to live in a Britain free of the EU.

It may surprise McGough but many people - unlike Batten's former bag carrier - are motivated solely by patriotism and not a desire to enrich themselves at the expense of the EU and UK taxpayer.

Ian Gillman - former UKIP activist, NEC member and MEP candidate - had this to say in response to the bearded one's ramblings:

McGough Esquire,

Evidently from your highly moral writings you would never, ever; become "dependant on the puppet masters cheque" to quote your own fine words.

Excellant, we have finally (after much searching) found the man we sought for so long, one with moral fibre who will stand with us against potential fraud and theft and actually DO something for the members and former members ( most of whom are/were of pensionoble age remember) who gave of so much.

I tried my best at NEC level and Regional Committee level and with members who I thought might support me; but to no avail. Now we have you.

Now sir,

I gather that along with your colleague Mr Andrew Smith ( he of the Electoral Commissioners case and certain er E-mails.....ahem.....) you may have signed cheques for the party and therefore have intimate knowledge regarding many matters that may have mystery attached to them. May I say without prejudice to your efforts.

Therefore would you with all of your professional acumen and guarantees from regulatory bodies regarding your competence please supply seperate audited accounts for the following please.

Ashford Call Centre / with contract between A.C.C. and Ashford Employment Ltd.Explanation regarding the bank statements being sent not to UKIP H.Q. RBS account but to a private home. A bungalow away from the call centre bank regulatory area, thus disguising certain matters.

Preston Call Centre

Ramsgate Call Centre

UKIP Wine World / VAT HMRC documents/ bonded warehouse details.

12 / 13 National Prize Draws under The Lotteries Act. Explanation regarding the tickets/monies being sent to a private business address not to Birmingham H.Q. but in London ! Mrs Kirsten Farage may assist you here.

Money raising via a Bath Council flat.

£ 211,000 i.e. 55% of gross income S.E. accounts 04/05 disappearing as " other costs" and the fascinating words of Michael Propart accompaning the figures.

£ 250,000 going somewhere claiming to be for a referendum /street collection of names. We only had a grotty A4 piece of paper, a photocopy as our 'share' . Odd, your fine mind may conclude.

£ 11,000 needing identifying as sent to" The metric Martyers" of Sunderland.

2005 National Conference , we had to pay twice for the entry/conference booklet. The second time only in cash and no change was given, we were told no change available when proffering £ 20 notes or similar.

"Trickledown" the concept whereby the first years membership of new members went to their branch. ? Yes Michael ? What happened to mine over the years?

You have already been asked for details of contracts between Soverign Draw Ltd. / a commercial address in Barrow-in-Furness/UKIP H.Q. RBS account/several directors from Scarborough to Devon . Please supply with interim accounts copies of all contracts linking UKIP/Sovereign Draw Ltd. and any other company used to transfer monies around.

Accounts for any offshore account used to receive/transfer UKIP monies.

Accounts for any Isle of Man company or trust used to receive UKIP monies.

I will pause for now , but upon receipt of the above we will no doubt have questions and perhaps a few more requests to make of you.

Thank you for your kind attention, and always remember the words of The Father of Tradgedy, Aeschylus; 525-456 B.C. " For somehow this is tyranny's disease, to trust no friends".

To read the original: LINK 

We await McGough's response with interest!

Saturday, 9 June 2012

UKIP Bigots Club

The leader of a political party should not tolerate unprofessional outbursts from members - especially when they come from high profile members.

And yet we've had not a single word of censure or explanation from UKIP's so-called leader, Nigel Farage, regarding the recent outbursts from the likes of Patrick Moore and Alexandra Swann.

Does Farage agree with Tom Bursnall and Alexandra Swann that the unemployed shouldn't be allowed the vote? LINK

Does he agree with Patrick Moore when he says that "A Kraut is a Kraut is a Kraut. And the only good Kraut is a dead Kraut.” LINK

Does he approve of UKIP being represented by a 'Press Officer' who has no concept about how to behave as one? LINK

Farage's continued silence can only be taken as an endorsement of their views.

Friday, 8 June 2012

Nigel Cabbage and Bull Unions ‘Up In Hooves’ At Catalonia Bullfighting Ban

More light relief from the blogosphere!

“This is an outrage,” a clearly angry and confused bull shouted at reporters following Catalonia’s decision to ban the noble sport of bullfighting. “How are we supposed to earn a living if we can’t get all stabbed-up to death by a bloke wearing a Mickey Mouse hat and a Liberace costume? It’s the dole, is it? Yet again this is political correctness gone mad. I don’t know what I’m going to tell my wife, the cow … BOOM BOOM!”

“I feel very sorry for these bulls,” said a donkey who was about to be thrown off a church tower for religious reasons. “Nobody deserves to lose their job, especially when they lose it through nanny state government interference. I just hope they find other employaaaaaayAAAAAAARRRRRR......

Nigel, holding hairbrush, rants at mirror

Meanwhile, former UKIP big gun Nigel Cabbage was typically robust in his condemnation of the ban,“I see the insidious influence of The Bloody EEC in this decision,” he said. “It’s obvious that pressure’s been brought to bear on the Spanish government by a cabal of animal rights maniacs in Brussels, and now thousands of bulls face an uncertain future because of pandering to the left wing, liberal elite. If a nation wishes to torture an animal to death or throw one out of a belltower to appease an angry god, who are we to stop them? This is cultural Nazism of the worst kind and I have no doubt the Spanish equivalent of Churchill is spinning in his grave today.”

To read the original shocking report in full graphic detail: LINK

Thursday, 7 June 2012

UKIP and Simon Heffer

Annabelle Fuller: UKIP spokesman

It appears that Simon Heffer has been facing some rather awkward questions regarding his willingness to allow Farage sycophants to write pieces for his 'Right Minds' section of the Mail website.

The most laughable examples are the badly written ramblings of one Annabelle Fuller, mistress of Farage and collector of blackberry phones. LINK 

We note that senior execs at the Mail are less than impressed with his promotion of such people and "one hell of an inquiry" has been the result.

It reminds us of that old saying:

"When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty".

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

UKIP: Stuart Wheeler fails to answer some rather awkward questions

Last December, Andrew Edwards - former UKIPPER - received an email from Stuart Wheeler. The email contained a request for a donation to UKIP. Mr Edwards replied by asking the following questions:

As Party Treasurer Mr Wheeler has a clear duty to find out what happened to £211k which disappeared from the SE Regional Accounts between 2004-5.

As MEP's are currently donating so little, shouldn't Mr Wheeler be dealing with those MEP's who selfishly refuse to help the Party financially before asking ordinary members for their cash?

Shouldn't Mr Wheeler be explaining to you all where Nigel Farage spent the £2m in expenses, which he boasted of receiving between 1999-2009.

Mr Wheeler should be demanding that Nigel Farage explain, to you, why he failed to keep his promise to pay the balance of his real expenses and claimed expenses to the party or into a fund for victims of the EU.

And finally, Mr Wheeler should be demanding that an audit of all EDF monies received by Ukip MEP's/officials should be undertaken before, you, are asked to help out.

Six months on and Mr Wheeler has still failed to have the decency to answer Mr Edward's rather awkward questions. So much for Mr Wheeler for being a new broom in UKIP!

Stuart ' head in the sand' Wheeler

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

UKIP: Monckton, McKenzie and the Twilight of the Living Dead

Monckton Madness

Several UKIPPERS have contacted us to point out that Monckton no-longer holds a position of power within UKIP. So being leader of UKIP Scotland isn't important?

The handful of members (6 old men, 10 sheep and a haggis) north of the border won't be happy with being dismissed like that!

Winston McKenzie

We note that Mr McKenzie has been accused of over spending in his bid to be elected to the London Assembly. ELCOM is now looking into the allegations.

And finally........

Congratulations to Nigel on successfully winning an audition to star in 'Shaun of the Dead 2'. We understand that the forthcoming film will feature Nigel doing what he does best - stumbling around, grunting, collapsing into gutters, soiling himself and trying to grope women.

Sunday, 3 June 2012

UKIP leader warns of ‘Tinker Influx’ if IRA declares bankruptcy!

Nigel Cabbage warns of dire consequences after the Irish vote 'Yes' to handing over all their cash to pay for a new series of EU Parliament paintings. We understand that the paintings will be entitled 'The collapse of the Irish economy following Nigel's successful campaign to p*ss off the Irish by telling them how to vote'. 

A large number of Irish tinkers contemplate annexing Nigel's palatial EFD palace (built using donations from the 'Annabelle Fuller Sexual Harassment Fund') during a visit to Brussels

More light relief from the blogosphere!

Nigel Cabbage, charismatic spokesman for the United Kingdom Independence Party, has warned his reflection that Britain faces an ‘imminent invasion’ from tinkers, scissor-sharpeners, farriers, violinists, rag and bone men and terrorists should the IRA economy fail.

Speaking into his hairbrush in front of his bathroom mirror, Mr. Cabbage shouted,

“The United Kingdom, as the IRA’s closest neighbour and trading partner, will be expected to pick up the tab should their so-called ‘tiger economy’ fail. And that’s not all. As well as handing over several hundred sacks bulging with sovereigns, groats, crowns, guineas and farthings, we’ll be forced by Europe to let them come over here so they can infest our towns and cities with their lilting voices, their strange, potato-faced children, their long pottery pipes and their whimsical olden days trading activities.”

Mr. Cabbage, who was killed in an alarming aeronautical exclamation earlier this year, worries what effect this will have on the British economy.

“Everyone knows that the IRA, as well as being Catholic terrorists with big sideburns, flared trousers and cheesecloth shirts, have a way with words,” he told The Bloody EEC. “How long before our traditional, home-grown army of hawkers, pedlars, cowboy builders, rogue traders, thieves, tinkers and vagabonds are cast aside in favour of an unstoppable surge of silver-tongued IRA immigrants, all armed to the teeth with Semtex and the gift of the gab? We’re looking at the largest levels of mass-unemployment amongst the indigenous population of landscape gardeners, roofing contractors and people who con old women out of their savings since the last wave of IRA immigration in the 1960s.”

“They should stay where they are,” he went on. “They got themselves into this mess by using their cunning gypsy charms on the EEC Finance Committee once too often, so it’s only fair they ride out the storm and not place the burden on an already overstretched British taxpayer. If they run out of money, I suggest they eat horses.”

But the IRA prime minister was quick to refute Mr. Cabbage’s claims. Paddy O’Flabberts & Son Funfair Erection, Landscape Gardening and Domestic Driveway Repair Ltd. told The Bloody EEC:

“Mr. Cabbage’s remarks are detestable. We have made great strides over the last thirty years to stop blowing up city centres and do jobs that don’t involve promising to fix the boiler and then running off with the Post Office savings book when the householder’s back is turned. We now have a semi-professional football team, a yearly entry into the Eurozone Song Evisceration Competition and a half-finished network of ditches we hope to connect to a pipe we found sticking out of the Irish Sea. It is not helpful to suggest we would invade Britain or that we would want any of our former colonial master’s money. Mind you, we might do if we run out of horses to eat.”

He later ran back in and told us he’d forgotten to mention Oliver Cromwell and the Potato Famine.

CORRECTION: In the above article, Nigel Cabbage is referred to as the ‘charismatic spokesman for the United Kingdom Independence Party’. This should have read, ‘the asthmatic spokesman for the United Kingdom Independence Party’. We apologise for any distress this may have caused Mr. Cabbage and his family.

To read the original: LINK