The gross hypocrisy of UKIP’s cowardly leadership is well-known. They run a party that hints at action and imply a strong stance on politically sensitive issues, but when judged by the deeds of the party leadership and the small print of their proposals, it is clear that this is a party led by politically correct charlatans.
By Andrew Moffat--Free speech is indivisible. It does not submit to transient political vogue. Either it is open to all or it does not exist. It is not selective.
The British National Party does not make a habit of publicising promotional material produced by rival political parties. We are making an exception in this case. On this page we show pictures from the Oldham and Saddleworth by-election.
In-depth result analysis by Nick Griffin
Oldham East and Saddleworth
By-election, 13th January 2011 – Turnout 48.1%
Debbie Abrahams, Labour 14,718 votes – 42.1%
Elwyn Watkins, Liberal Democrat 11,160 votes – 31.9%
Kashif Ali, Conservative 4,481 votes – 12.8%
Paul Nuttall, UKIP 2,029 votes – 5.8%
Derek Adams, BNP 1,560 votes – 4.5%
Peter Allen, Green 530 votes – 1.5%
Nick "The Flying Brick" Delves, Monster Raving Loony 145 votes – 0.4%
Stephen Morris, English Democrats 144 votes - 0.4%
Loz Kaye, Pirate 96 votes – 0.3%
David Bishop, Bus-Pass Elvis 67 votes – 0.2%
The newly (re)elected UKIP leader, Nigel Farage has had a bumpy start to his role with the news that an internal European Parliament report has highlighted him as one of the laziest MEPs with a ten percent attendance record on his official portfolio subcommittee.
UKIP’s Nigel Farage has proven his shamelessness once again for all to see with his attempt to steal the British National Party’s thunder over the “free trade agreement” with India — even though the BNP raised this issue some three months ago in the European Parliament.
Lord Pearson’s leadership of the fake UKIP party will be remembered for his gross betrayal of his party’s members through his offer to disband that organisation to join the Tories and his failed attempt to steal BNP policy.