Friday, 7 March 2014
A UKIP councillor who sensationally admitted arson, after burning a woman's clothes at his home in February, has had to be tagged and put on curfew by local authorities after he breached his bail conditions, TBG can reveal.
Rushmoor Borough Councillor, Malclom Small, appeared at Basingstoke Magistrates' Court after contacting the victim whose clothes he torched, a breach of his bail orders and is now on an electronically-monitored curfew according to reports.
Small had to hand over his mobile phone and was told not to get a replacement. A curfew condition states he will have to sleep at his home every night until sentencing. Cllr Small will be sentenced at Basingstoke Magistrates' Court on Friday March 14 after admitting burning Kim Van Opdorp's clothes.
Leader of the local UKIP group, and fellow West Heath councillor, Cllr Mark Staplehurst told local reporters that, "the case had been 'blown out of proportion' and that no decision on his future was likely until after the sentencing".
How right the Conservative MP Henry Smith is to criticise the Liberal Democrats for wanting to "uprate" the UK benefits system for asylum seekers.
This is yet another example of why Britain needs a Conservative Government with an outright majority in 2015.
The fact that the Lib Dems want to uprate these benefits says it all.
Under the last Labour Government the youth talents of Britain were destroyed before they could even bear fruit all because of huge immigration levels and a disgraceful benefits culture.
What this proves is that as well as Labour not being fit to run Britain again, the Lib Dems cannot be trusted either.
Mr Cameron needs his own mandate not just so he can stand up to the E.U. but also so as our economy can thrive properly once again in a culture where work is made to pay.
As predicted on TBG yesterday, Business Secretary Vince Cable last night sparked a war in the coalition with his views on the EU.
Hot-on-the-heels of Tory MP James Brokenshire earlier giving a profoundly eurosceptic message, Cable accused the Conservatives in the coalition of "blighting investment in Britain" with David Cameron's pledge of an EU Referendum.
As the party's spring conference gets underway in York Cable went on to say that big firms will "look elsewhere" if access to the EU jobs market is "jeopardised".
David Cameron says he wants a full renegotiation of Britain's relationship with the EU but, TBG understands that his plans may hit the buffers if he has to form another coalition with the Lib Dems after the 2015 General Election.
A UKIP representative has today yet again shown his true colours. This time its MEP Gerard Batten in the spotlight.
Batten yesterday called for all Muslims to sign "a declaration of non-violence", something which has infuriated the whole Muslim community, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Tory MP Robert Halfon says this in itself proves that most UKIP candidates and supporters have "abhorrent and frightening views".
Thursday, 6 March 2014
A UKIP European Elections Candidate has managed to heap more shame on her party.
Lewes District Cllr Donna Edmunds started a new row yesterday by saying that businesses should be allowed to refuse to serve gays.
During an internet discussion she said - "I believe that all business owners, Christian, Muslim, Gay, Straight, should be allowed to withhold their services from whomever they choose whenever they choose."
Local Lib Dem MP and Home Office Minister Norman Baker accused her of being a fruitcake and said - "The utterances from UKIP councillors never ceases to amaze me!"
A new poll has found that 80% of Conservative Party members say that an EU Referendum should be a "red line issue" at the next election that is "non-negotiable".
That's according to a poll for Conservative Home.
David Cameron has pledged one in 2017 but only if he wins an outright majority at the 2015 General Election.
The Lib Dems are vigorously against a referendum and could still demand the 2017 poll plan be scrapped if the Conservatives do not win an outright majority.
The news comes on the same day that the Lib Dems leading Cabinet troublemaker, Vince Cable, is set to tell a business audience in The City that "we need to kill all the scare stories about the EU".
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