Thursday, November 15

Saga of malingering Mote takes new twist....

The Ashley Mote saga becomes more hilarious by the minute!

Poor Ashley - the walking UKIP-embarrassment will be unable to assiduously represent his constituents in the European Parliament following his (disgracefully) early release from the slammer. The notoriously pompous Mr Mote will have his dignity further offended by being forced to wear an electronic tag and observe the home detention curfew scheme. The Ministry of Justice have confirmed that he won't be given special permission to attend to Parliament business in Brussels or Strasbourg saying - "he will not get any special treatment". Sheer comedy gold - you couldn't make it up!!!

To further extract the urine out of the taxpayer, Mote is appealing against the court order that he must pay back the £70,000 he conned out of the public purse. No doubt the funny fellow will stand for re-election in eighteen months time as well.

The boy Nigel frothed with faux rage at the news saying - "the whole episode is an outrage….I have never heard anything like it". Damn right Nigel - no rational person can believe this crook was selected by UKIP as one of their premier candidates.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

well nice website but not many people comment so maybe they dont agree with you? and is this website run by people in the EU or in the UK because it seems you hate ukip so much and i cant see why. I looked into all the partys and you want to talk about wasting tax money maybe you should look at the labour party and what they do with taxs. With all the lack of comments why dont you do what the name of the website say ukipwatch and be fair to them?

Elaib Harvey said...

Not false rage, genuine indignation. Mote through his cupidity and venality has besmirched a noble cause. What would your party leader do if he discovered similar activities, similar corruption. Well we al know that, promote them, give them a job as European commissioner. Look not at the Mote in UKIP's eyes, try the beam in your own.

Anonymous said...

I am sure that everyone in UKIP shares the boy Nigel's outrage.

Anyone know if Chichester is worth visiting?

Anonymous said...

Off thread but what happened with UKIP's friends in the Romanian elections? If it was worth signing-up to reform rather than abolition of the CAP in order to woo the Romanian PIN party then no doubt UKIP knew they were a safe bet for election to the European Parliament. No?

Anonymous said...

Looks like they didn't win any seats so the boy Nigel is left with a commitment to a reformed Common Agricultural Party and no new members of his European Parliament Group. Result!

Anonymous said...

UKIP got a staggering 32 votes in a district council election last month.