Thursday, 30 October 2014

Has Alan Mak's Selection Upset the Blue Rinse Brigade?



A POLISHED PERFORMANCE at the open primary in Havant last week may have won the hearts and minds of constituents, a number of councillors and even a certain roving reporter but TBG can today sensationally reveal that Alan Mak's selection to succeed David Willetts as the Conservatives candidate in the safe tory seat of Havant has somewhat upset the 'Blue Rinse Brigade' and a few 'Westminster Bubble' career politicians.

TBG first smelt the rat last Saturday when, despite his democratic selection, a couple of elderly Havant Conservative members refused to approve the selection process.

After a bit of investigating, TBG's roving reporter later found out that these two were apparently "deeply upset" at Charlotte Vere's early elimination, which TBG thinks was almost certainly down to her comments criticising Geoff Brooking's popular opinion that the British people are "crying out for a referendum on the E.U." Which itself led to heckling from the audience.

A quick look at the latest comments on Conservative Home shows that, nationally, maybe, they may not be alone.

After all, a Blogger registered with the Tory grass roots site in the name of Coltheox did say - "How can anyone with any brain at all choose Alan Mak as a PPC?" and, "It's time for a complete review as to how certain people manage to get on to the candidates list." Other comments included accusations of it being "a sad day for the party and for anyone vulnerable and in need of representation" and, "I don't think I've ever seen such universal disdain and disgust at the selection of a Parliamentary candidate on Con Home before."

Then, after a tip-off from a well known local councillor and supporter of Mak, last night, TBG's roving reporter decided to try and write something positive about Alan Mak on Conservative Home by playing up his "polished performance", praising his "euro-sceptic credentials" and sounding out "the Breakfast Club which he helped establish for 8,000 young people in South Yorkshire".

He's still waiting for it to be published at the time this article is being written. Which simply begs the question, has Alan Mak's selection upset the Blue Rinse Brigade?

Or is this really a dirty tricks campaign on the part of Conservative Home against those outside of, or maybe, who don't quite yet fit in with, 'The Westminster Bubble?'

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Racist Britain First Back UKIP.


Gag 'em all

BRITAIN FIRST have sensationally backed UKIP and their candidates after dismissing what they call UKIP's "political game" in distancing themselves from the confrontational group telling people to "Ignore UKIP's necessary political manoeuvres", calling it "bluster for the media's sake".

The revealing post on social networking site Facebook by the group, who refer to their members as 'our people' like a flock from The Walking Dead, is sure to re-enforce suspicions of UKIP's ulterior motives.

UKIP candidates have been reported sharing and praising such Facebook posts by Britain First recently on this website.

Britain First's Leader and Co have also stormed a Mosque challenging an elderly Imam about displaying Muslim symbols whilst disrespecting Mosque etiquette by standing on a prayer mat with dirty boots.

UPDATE: UKIP respond to Britain First story;



Huhney Tunes Back in Court.


No moolah ya Honor

FORMER Eastleigh MP Chris Huhne is sensationally back in court today, TBG can reveal.

The former disgraced Lib Dem MP is at the Court of Appeal in London right now challenging a costs order of £77,750 in relation to his prosecution for passing speeding points to his former wife.

UPDATE:

Huhne loses case.

Monday, 27 October 2014

VIDEO: PM David Cameron 'Attacked' in Leeds.


Via Alex Wickham's Vine

A MAN, supposedly running to the gym, accidently appears to attack the Prime Minister today in Leeds. The PM's security then bundled David Cameron into his ministerial motor.

The unknown assailant was briefly arrested, according to sources.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Mak 'The Knife' Selected as Havant Tory Candidate.


Mak (left) will replace David Willetts (right)

ALAN MAK has been sensationally selected as Havant Conservative Party Parliamentary Candidate in an open primary that took place just hours ago, TBG can reveal.

Mak, nicknamed 'The Knife', caused a stir during his university days at Cambridge Union but has recovered with a blistering campaign to become Havant Tory Candidate for 2015 that, "blew the rest of the field away" according to a local source.

His startling performance led one open primary attendee, who turned up specifically to vote for another candidate, to reveal to TBG, "I nearly voted for him myself".

Mak told TBG that his goal is simple - "My goal is to make Havant the best place to live, work, visit and invest in because local residents deserve nothing less."

Speaking to an open primary audience of over 300 people during a "breathtaking performance", Mak, who describes himself as a "Thatcherite, Patriot, Local Champion and National Voice", pledged to:

  • Strengthen the local economy, raise living standards and attract new businesses 
  • Improve schools and colleges to give everyone the best start in life 
  • Launch a start up fund to back new businesses 
  • Promote the area's tourist industry

Mak also pledged to "fight all the way" for an "In or Out Referendum" on the EU by accusing Brussels of being "out of control".

Saturday, 25 October 2014

UKIP Struggle With Numbers in Rochester & Strood.


Conservative Party seem to always be out in force

IF there is any hope for the Conservatives in Rochester it is their mobilisation of troops on the ground.

That's not the view of Grant Shapps but the opinion of a senior member of UKIP.

Leaked emails seen by TBG last night suggested that whilst Tories are coming from all over the place with MPs ordered to attend three time and Ministers on five occasions, UKIP are struggling in numbers.

Our latest leaked email showed that only SIX leading Kippers turned out last weekend and when you consider that one of those was the candidate (Mark Reckless), one an M.E.P. (Janice Atkinson) and a third was their P.P.C. from Eastbourne, it wasn't exactly good stuff.

TBG understands this weekend will be "different" though, according to sources.

Fellow South East M.E.P. Ray Finch who was last weekend spotted taking it easy at his Bedhampton home has been ordered on to the front line and a contingent of up to fifty are expected from the West Country along with Leader Nigel Farage.

One relieved 'Kipper last night told TBG - "Its about time too!".

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