Saturday, 22 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Tory MP Tells TBG He's Been Approached by UKIP as Speculation Intensifies Over Defections.


Favourite to skip to UKIP Tory MP Hollobone

There's intense speculation today that Philip Hollobone is the next Tory MP about to defect to UKIP.

Even though under the understood 'six month rule' there cannot be a by-election the rumours were sparked at 9.30am yesterday morning when the Tory MP, dressed in a purple tie, helped swear UKIP's newest MP & Tory traitor Mark Reckless back into the House of Commons in record breaking time with Douglas Carswell.

Reckless had only won the Rochester and Strood By-election five hours earlier.

Hollobone then voted with turncoats Carswell & Reckless and the Labour Party later on as regards some health legislation.

The move has prompted the bookies to make Hollobone the new favourite to be next to defect at just 2/1 ahead of Mark Pritchard at 3/1, Crawley MP Henry Smith at 5/1 and Wellingborough's Peter Bone at 6/1.

TBG can also reveal that UKIP have already sensationally approached one Tory MP to discuss tactics at the next election.

Lincoln University graduate Martin Vickers, who was the agent for euro-sceptic Edward Leigh before becoming MP for Cleethorpes in 2010 says UKIP did approach him with a view to them "not standing in Cleethorpes in return for the Tories giving Victoria Ayling a free run in Great Grimsby."

The offer was flatly refused and even though Vickers has a record for rebelling on the issue of Europe and, like Peter Bone and Philip Hollobone, is holding his own mini EU Referendum in his constituency, he too has rejected talk of a defection.

Lincoln City Councillor and Tory candidate for Grimsby Marc Jones must have gone nuts.

Friday, 21 November 2014

Are the Conservative Party on Course for Victory in May 2015?

UKIP's Reckless 2,920 majority can easily be overturned come May

With UKIP's victory in Rochester and Strood turning out to be much less emphatic than even TBG imagined and the Tories themselves still in front of Labour according to today's Sun/YouGov Poll there's only one question on TBG's mind today:

Can Cameron's Conservatives pull off an outright victory in May next year?

If Douglas Alexander's thoughts this morning are anything to go by they may well be.

Shadow Foreign Secretary Alexander sensationally played down Labour's chances on a tour of television studios this morning.

Instead of saying Labour 'will win' the next election like most of his colleagues have recently wee Dougie only said the election was "winnable".

Despite William Hague putting on a brave face this morning telling TBG that, "You have to take these things seriously." Today's poll has the Conservatives on 34%, Labour on 33%, Ukip on 15% and the Lib Dems on 7%.

With no more by-elections and the home straight all that is left seems as though the only hope left for Red Ed called is default.

Thursday, 20 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Tory Turncoat Robin Hunter-Clarke Set to Replace Neil Hamilton in Boston & Skegness.


Robin Hunter-Clarke (right) with UKIP Leader Farage (left)


UKIP seem poised to sensationally announce that they've replaced a silverback with a wee pup. Former Tory councillor Robin Hunter-Clarke has apparently been selected by "85%" of the party's membership in Boston & Skegness to replace former Tory sleaze merchant Neil Hamilton as their Parliamentary Candidate, TBG can exclusively reveal.

TBG sources in the area point to local UKIP Chairman Hunter-Clarke, who quit Conservative Future for UKIP in 2012 which resulted in a subsiquent backlash after he'd referred to UKIP as a mere "pressure group", as the constituency chairman who has "selected himself".

"Who has a track record of getting people to withdraw their nominations when he wants something for himself" - said one UKIP member.

Hunter-Clarke is said to have been selected with 85% of vote which was held in a local boozer. But apparently Batemans brewery were absolutely enraged when they heard exactly what the event was for.

Another UKIP member revealed the ongoing war inside UKIP, commenting, "Democracy in action... NOT! Getting quite full of ex-Tories now."

But one rumour still doing the rounds includes a sitting Tory MP that could take the role as Boston & Skegness UKIP PPC.

UKIP say they'll announce the candidacy tomorrow, after the Rochester & Strood by-election result.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

VIDEO: Tories Attack UKIP Plans to Privatise The NHS.



Could a Sitting Tory MP be About to Defect And Stand For UKIP in Boston & Skegness?

Pic source order-order.com

ALL THIS waiting for the result in Boston & Skegness has got many people thinking with the latest whispers are suggesting that UKIP may be holding back on announcing the result until after Rochester because the winner may be a sitting MP about to defect.

Well, there's hardly a shortage of names that spring to mind.

One Tory rebel MP pictured with Farage last night looking ever-so happy is Mark Pritchard (above).

And there's the well known rebels like Hollobone, Bone and then there's the one's with the local connections like arch Euro sceptic Edward Leigh and current Father of the House Sir Peter Tapsell.

Tapsell was MP for the Skegness area until his old seat of East Lindsey split to become Louth and Horncastle in the north and Boston & Skegness in the south in 1997.

Just a thought.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: UKIP Candidate 'Disappointed' Havant Tories Didn't Pick a Local Candidate.


UKIP's John Perry


HAVANT UKIP candidate John Perry has today reacted for the first time since the selection of Alan Mak as the Conservatives candidate in 2015.

Mak was out on the campaign trail again over the weekend with local councillors and activists in Havant Town Centre, Emsworth and on Hayling Island but it's the fact that he's not local that UKIP's John Perry says is a disappointment.

Perry sensationally told TBG that he was "disappointed" at Havant Tories not picking a local candidate but instead going for a London based Yorkshireman.

"It is a very disappointing move", the UKIP candidate claimed.

Perry, who comes from Hayling Island, is confident of at least taking second spot in Havant but sources say that what's worrying the Tories is if UKIP replace Perry with "a big name."

In a sensational development tonight though, responding to TBG's source Perry said that if it was for the good of the party and the constituency "he wouldn't object."

"At the end of the day I am in politics to make Havant a better place for its citizens", Perry told TBG.

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