Thursday, 24 April 2014
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
|New UKIP Campaign Manager in Crawley, Mr Darroch|
Crawley Conservatives are rumoured to be "cheerful" and that they "could not believe their luck" at the news that a former Council candidate in 2012, Simon Darroch, has sensationally defected to UKIP and would be standing as the UKIP candidate for Maidenbower in next month's local elections, TBG can reveal.
Mr Darroch was the Conservative candidate for Broadfield North in 2012, but it is believed was subsequently removed from their candidates list after "concerns about behaviours", say Tory sources.
Last summer, amid a No Confidence vote in the Chairman and Deputy Chairman, Mr Darroch became embroiled in an 'Intellectual Property' row with Crawley MP Henry Smith. Mr Darroch claimed Mr Smith had been pinching his ideas for three years as well having reneged on a deal struck by PM David Cameron, for them to work together on implementing a document Simon had written about how to 'fix the country'.
A source close to Crawley Conservatives said that they were "cheerful" and "couldn't believe their luck" at the news of Mr Darroch's defection. They were also said to be "primed to deeply embarrass UKIP at a local and national level" if Darroch and Branch Chairman Lee Gilroy, formally become nominated UKIP candidates in the Crawley local elections.
Well done Work and Pensions Secretary and Cabinet euro sceptic Iain Duncan Smith for proudly standing up to the crypto communist and euro-fanatical champagne socialists in Brussels, as regards 'IDS in clash over youth jobs'.
It is thanks to these failed socialist policies that Britain was left in such a mess by Labour in 2010.
Tax and spend has failed in Greece, failed in Spain, failed in Italy, and yes, under Labour, it failed in Britain.
It is thanks to tough spending decisions taken by the Conservatives that Britain has still got record low interest rates, along with falling unemployment, record low inflation, and rising growth.
All we need to put the icing on the cake is the E.U. Referendum in 2017 and then we can well and truly put socialism back to bed for another generation.
Yet only this can become a reality by sticking with Cameron's Conservatives.
Saturday, 19 April 2014
AFTER the Cannock and Harlow Tory Road Trip which has been massively successful, Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps has asked the team to be the main campaign machine for next years General Election campaign, TBG can exclusively reveal.
Tory HQ and the Chairmans office will be providing glam rewards for activists and they've also asked Tory activists to continue sensational video blogs. The next campaign is in Enfield on 26th April - next Saturday.
A main Tory involved with #RoadTrip2015 told TBG on his way to the TPA War on Waste campaign today that - "The #RoadTrip2015 campaign team is getting huge."
Attend the next Road Trip to Enfield, more details here.
UPDATE Tues 22-04-2014
Thursday, 17 April 2014
The UKIP leader has been forced into issuing another rebuttal as regards claims he might have abused EU expenses.
Farage is alleging that the allegations are a "politically motivated attack".
Now where has TBG heard that before?
The Electoral Commission has said it is to write to UKIP for "clarification" about Mr Farage's constituency office.
The Times said Mr Farage received £15,500 a year to run the small office near Bognor Regis - but it had been provided rent-free by UKIP supporters.
The Electoral Commission's records suggest the property, a converted grain store, has not been declared since 2004 when two donations totalling £1,100 were registered.
TBG understands that the office in question was run by of Farage's personal assistants and former Havant Chairman Steve Crowther before he became the National Party Chairman and the party's Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North Devon recently.
Another leading figure closely linked to the office is the Leader of UKIP on Hampshire County Council, the Leigh Park and Bedhampton Councillor Ray Finch.
As a former constituent of both Simon Danczuk and Sinead Clarkson in the Borough of Rochdale I am absolutely appalled at her breathtaking attitude towards Britain's benefits system.
For Simon Danczuk to ask "What planet is this woman on" though is not just an understatement but also blatant hypocrisy considering what Labour did to the benefits system when it was in power.
The sad fact of the matter is that under Labour it was the 'in thing' for female youngsters to go out and get pregnant as early as possible in life so as to cash in on the benefits system.
Thankfully, the coalition have introduced a benefits cap to crack down on this sort of thing but I believe more can be done.
If people cannot afford to pay for the upkeep of children then they should be taken away and considered for adoption in order to help childless couples from going through costly fertility treatment.
After all, was it not Simon Danczuk's Labour Party who spent so much money on so called 'sex education', plus free issuing of the pill and condoms on the NHS was it not?
Fat lot of good that did!
At the end of the day what this case exposes is a blatant waste tax payer's money by people deliberately taking advantage of the benefits system and it should be stopped as soon as possible.
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