UKIP has had it!
In the words of UKIP Leader Nigel Farage, walter mitty candidate, for Wythenshawe & Sale East take a bite size chunk of cash totalling £100,000 from the European funding schemes whilst claiming to want to get out EU.
Out of touch with ordinary unsuspected voters, UKIP’s business tycoon John
Bickley's tech firm Genemation accepted the grant from a Brussels-backed fund, now Bickley who earns a living built went all anti EU under his party message.
Hypocrite Bickley was looking to relocate from Manchester to Liverpool in 2006 - at the time in debt to the tune of nearly £1m - it accepted £95,000 from the Liverpool Seed Fund.
The £27m investment pot - £20m of which was provided by the EU – had been set up to help boost regional growth. The company then went into liquidation in 2009, owing more than £450,000. Mr Bickley was announced as the party's candidate last Thursday to the disarray of UKIP party members in Manchester who were making a play for the position themselves.
Members at the UKIP Manchester branch have expressed concerns to Bickleys from Northwich candidacy and soon took to social media sites to post comments in outrage of his selection.
Eddy O’Sullivan British National Party candidate for Wythenshawe & Sale East said “well all is not what it seems at camp UKIP, they are all in disarray, we have noticed that the activist’s here, have been bussed in from all over the place, and not a local accent in sight”
On Thursday 13th February Wythenshawe and Sale East go to the polls, and we would say to Vote, British National Party.
To contact Eddy email, Salford@bnp.org.uk or write to BNP, PO Box 16, Salford, M6 7PT