Friday, July 25

From 12 to 7 after latest UKIP resignation

Oh dear, another one bites the dust. South West MEP Graham Booth has announced his intention to resign in September, meaning that 5 of the 12 UKIP MEPs elected in 2004 are UKIP no more. UKIPwatch wishes him well.

Booth is set to be replaced by Trevor Colman, number 3 on UKIP's South West list, and the man who conducted UKIP's internal inquiry into Tom Wise's alleged expenses fraud.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You have got to laugh,liebour worring about ukip losing meps.LOL

Yep, corbett and co are joining them soon.

"Things can only get better"

Keep up the the work.PMSL.

Anonymous said...

Anon@6.27. Your frequent postings here are about as interesting as a Godfrey Bloom podcast though you probably get a bigger audience.

Anonymous said...

Labour should be worried i hope they all lose there seats that will be a good day for everyone , well apart from them :)

Anonymous said...

Mr Coleman stood for election to Teignbridge District Council in 2007, for the Bishopsteignton Ward (Bishopsteignton is his home village) he came third with the Lib Dems taking the seat for an Indy. There was no Labour or Tory standing. So under the list system someone who couldn't get elected to the council, gets to be an MEP!

Anonymous said...

Ha! Ha!,Someones rattled.the bad boys ere coming, and the voice is not being listened anymore.

Mind you,if we have to have a euro police let's have an in house sweep.Alot of worrying meps methnks.