Monday, 20 October 2014

'Why I'm Backing Michael McManus for Havant'.

The news that Michael McManus has made it on to the final open primary shortlist for the Conservatives nomination in Havant due to be decided on Saturday is a huge step forward.

Michael is highly intelligent and very sincere too as I saw when I chatted at length with him in Havant last Friday.

In my opinion, Michael would without doubt be a superb asset to drive forward the type of policies David Cameron and George Osborne advocate for a better Britain.

The fact that Michael also ran the 2004 campaign for a referendum on the EU Constitution speaks volumes because it shows that in Michael McManus the Conservatives would have the ideal person with the ideal oratorical skills to ultimately advocate the very policy that so many die hard Conservatives have been fighting in favour of for so long which is an in or out EU Referendum once and for all.

Havant Final Four Announced.

The final four candidates for the 2015 Conservatives nomination in Havant have been announced.

They are Deputy Leader of Hertfordshire County Council Chris Hayward, Lawyer and Entrepreneur Alan Mak, former John Major and Margaret Thatcher speech writer Michael McManus, and 2010 Brighton Pavilion candidate Charlotte Vere.

An open primary to decide the winner will be held at 2.00pm on Saturday at Oaklands School in Waterlooville.

Friday, 17 October 2014

Havant Tory Applicant Has What it Takes - In an Expenses Scandal.

IT MAY NOT be the greatest of stories but given the expenses angle The Blue Guerilla can reveal that one of the candidates now on the long list to be the next Conservative Candidate in Havant is one Alan Mak.

According to Conservative Home, Mak is - "A lawyer by training, an entrepreneur and investor and his roles include serving as a Non-Executive Board Member for Havas UK, a digital services and advertising firm. He is also a judge and mentor for Wayra UnLtd, which advises and trains technology companies. He sits on the Management Committee of the Enterprise Forum, which seeks to link businesses in to Conservative Party policy development."

TBG has however since learned that Mak has already been embroiled in an expenses scandal. According to sources, Mak was accused of filing a false invoice and subsequently received a vote of no confidence from Cambridge Union when he was Ents Officer & was forced to pull out of a presidential campaign amid claims of "financial misconduct".

Would this be the first time someone becoming an MP has been allegedly caught fiddling expenses BEFORE they've got to Westminster?

Or perhaps he'd fit right in?

The other candidates are Cllr Antonia Cox. Suella Fernandes, Sian Flynn, Mark Fox, Cllr Chris Hayward, Sarah Heald, Sarah Macken, Michael McManus, Luke Parker, Laura Trott, and Charlotte Vere.

Ex-UKIP MEP Charged With Fraud.

Former UKIP MEP Ashley Mote has been charged with fraud and misconduct in public office.

He represented the South East from 2004 to 2009 and faces nine charges allegedly committed over the same period.

The allegations include obtaining money by deception, fraud by false representation, false accounting, and receiving the proceeds of crime.

Mr Mote, who lives at Alton in Hampshire, will appear before Magistrates in November.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Is Sir Peter Tapsell Going to UKIP?

HE'S A MAN who usually likes to keep a low profile but today speculation has begun that Sir Peter Tapsell may be the next MP to jump ship to UKIP.

Sir Peter has already announced that he is to stand down at the next election but that didn't stop the veteran Tory Maverick and Father of the House from helping swear in Douglas Carswell as UKIP's first ever ELECTED MP.

His constituency of Louth and Hornecastle is up there as a UKIP target seat but TBG thinks a move to UKIP is unlikely for two reasons.

Firstly, Sir Peter recently dug in his own pocket to pay for an open primary in the North East of England and secondly the Tories have already selected a candidate to replace him via an Open Primary.

The news of the latest defection rumour came on the same day that fellow Lincolnshire MP Edward Leigh issued a message on Conservative Home calling for the party to listen more. TBG has exclusively learned that there are growing calls within UKIP now for Douglas Carswell to represent them in the 2015 television debates instead of Nigel Farage.

A Vote For UKIP Would Simply Let in a Labour Government.

Whilst UKIP may well have won there first seat in the United Kingdom Parliament at Westminster the fact remains that despite protestations that if you vote UKIP you can get UKIP, in the overwhelming majority of constituencies up and down the land, a vote for UKIP would simply let in a Labour Government.

Douglas Carswell won because he is a very popular MP with what has what amounts currently to very popular views.

However, my view is, and shall remain, that the people of Clacton have been had, by a party that is nothing but a one trick pony playing on people's consciences and I only hope that the people of Rochester realise that soon.

It was a UKIP candidate that kept Labour in control of Portsmouth North in 2005 and look what good that did.

So, if readers want that sort of thing to happen on a more widespread scale I suggest they think twice otherwise the electorate really will end up with Red Ed Miliband and Red Ed Balls in Downing Street.

After all, if Red Ed Miliband and Red Ed Balls can’t even control their own party these days what chance has the country got?

The public can see through what Labour stand for.

On immigration and the economy Red Ed Miliband didn’t even mention the issues in his party conference speech.

The fact of the matter is that both Red Ed Miliband and Red Ed Balls are lame ducks who remain prisoners of the trades union movement who ultimately bankroll and control the Labour Party from their own exclusive puppet strings.

No wonder Miliband, with his comical facial expressions, has become such a figure of fun and ridicule over the last four years.

People need to realise that regardless of who is their leader, Labour still have the same failed MPs from the last Labour government and the same failed policies that would ruin our country all over again.

The Labour Party - the party that almost bankrupt the nation, the party that gave jobs on the basis of gender and race rather than on respect and intelligence and the party that made living off the state pay as opposed to getting a job and getting on in life.

Do readers really want a return to this?

I think not!


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