Friday, 19 September 2014

A Voice for England - New UKIP Campaign Wants Scots Barred From Voting on English Matters.

SCOTLAND have voted 'No' to Independence, whatever the result was going to be it was going to strike up a constitutional crisis in the UK.

UKIP have been playing catch-up with Prime Minister David Cameron and the Conservatives today after the launch of a new campaign, 'A Voice for England', in an email to senior activists leaked to TBG.

The email details UKIP plans to bar Scottish MPs from voting on matters that only affect England. UKIP say they're, "Unhappy that Messrs Cameron, Miliband and Clegg saw fit, without an electoral mandate, to make a last minute vow to Scotland for increased powers and the continuation of the Barnett Formula. UKIP wants a new Constitutional Settlement for the UK which includes a fair deal for the 86% of the UK’s population who live in England."

UKIP say they "DEMAND" the following:

"1. English only votes in Westminster. I am today writing to all Scottish MPs asking for their commitment not to vote on English matters that would otherwise fall within devolved powers if they related to Scotland."

"2. Revision of the Barnett Formula. We want a full debate and vote in the House of Commons to rebalance this arbitrary and out-of-date concept."

"3. No taxation without equal representation. The Electoral Commission must determine new boundaries for the constituencies of Scottish MPs so that the average number of constituents more closely resembles that in England."

"4. A Constitutional Convention. Such a Convention needs to be rapidly established to put in place a plan for a Federal UK."

Controversial MP Mike Hancock Resigns From Lib Dems.

On the same day that the Scotland Referendum dominated the airwaves and headlines, another story has hit the radar with rather strange timing.

According to today's Independent, Mike Hancock yesterday officially resigned from the Liberal Democrats.

This has sparked a huge debate over whether he will or will not stand at the General Election in May 2015.

TBG can't help but wonder whether this brings Cllr Michael Andrewes job as his chief staffer into question?

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Labour Can't be Trusted to Run The Economy.

The news that over 30.6 million people are now in work, that the number of unemployed people has fallen by 468,000 year on year and that the number of people claiming JSA is at its lowest level since 2008 does as the Prime Minister has said, prove that Britain's Long Term Economic Plan is working.

What it also provides is another reason why come the May 2015 General Election people should keep their faith in Cameron's Conservatives.

Labour can't be trusted to run the economy.

When they left office thousands of young people were unemployed and their talents went to waste at the expense of Labour's hatred of the private sector as proven by their bureaucracy and taxes and their love of open door immigration.

This should never be allowed to repeat itself.

Labour's reckless policies, written on the back of a fag packet, would ruin our economy all over again.

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

EXCLUSIVE: CFTV Returns With Unionist Rally Promotion.


CFTV has sensationally returned to our screens after thousands of people attended a rally in Trafalgar Square, including Conservative Future activists, in support of Scotland staying in the United Kingdom, TBG can reveal.

The resurrection of the age-old Conservative Future brand is set to light-up the Tory youth wing with movies and promo's all the way into the 2015 General Election.

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Tory Youth Chairman Paterson in Unionist Rally Cry.

CONSERVATIVE FUTURE National Chairman Alexandra Paterson has called upon Conservative activists to join herself and the CF National Executive for a rally "to save" the Union this Monday, TBG can reveal.

The unionist rally is set to take place at Trafalgar Square, London, at 6pm and will apparently have guests such as Paul McCartney and other celebrities.

The rally aims to promote the 'No' vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum & the Union is set to take place this coming Thursday, with the latest polls suggesting the contest is sensationally on a knife edge and could go either way.

Friday, 12 September 2014

Now Hancock's 'Friend' Set to Face The Music.

Hot on the heels of the news that Mike Hancock is planning a comeback in 2015 comes another huge twist today.

Sources at the Portsmouth News are today reporting that Cllr Les Stevens, the man who said in January that, "I am protecting Mike because I am his friend" and was instrumental in covering up The Pascoe Report is set to be hauled before a special panel at the council on September 29th.

This follows a complaint made by Tory Councillor Steve Wemyss.

Mr Wemyss told TBG - "Cllr Stevens hasn't denied his friendship with Mr. Hancock. In my opinion he shouldn't have been participating in a process where a friend was being investigated."

Meanwhile, hours after saying Hancock was a "former friend", Gerald Vernon Jackson is today quoted saying - "‘Every single councillor has a relationship with Mike Hancock – all 42 of us – because he’s been a councillor for many years.

"There’s an argument that Cllr Donna Jones was Mike’s political enemy so therefore has a negative relationship with him and should not have serving on the panel.

"That’s the shortcoming of the legislation where councillors are judge and jury for their fellow councillors because inevitably they know each other."

Council Leader Donna Jones told TBG: "I absolutely deplore the comments made by Cllr Vernon-Jackson and Cllr Stevens as I have never had a falling-out of any kind or had an argument with Mike Hancock.

"Gerald and Les’s defence of Hancock and the ongoing investigation is a sad indictment of the toxic behaviour of the Lib Dem party in Portsmouth and this is exactly why they are no longer running Portsmouth City Council."


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