Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Swann and The Botanist.



Alexandra Swann was back in London yesterday, to attend the Freedom Association’s event with former Tory MEP Roger Helmer, who defected to UKIP with her. Swann, who skipped to UKIP last month, labeled the Tories at her scarcely detailed lunch as "the enemy".



Swann met her "enemies" at The Botanist in Chelsea, which is thought to be a regular hang out for influential CF'er Patrick Sullivan. Although there is no proof suggesting the former CF National Campaigns Director and former Bow Group Officer, Sullivan, was there. It raises suspicions however that Swann has been forced to hang with her 'enemies' for fear of another game of Bingo or Bridge.

One CF'er told tBg - "The fact that Alexandra is still meeting up for lunch with members of the party she publicly betrayed speaks volumes about the social scene at UKIP, which could be considered lively if you like to play bingo and bowls in your spare time. Not a single one of the spineless cowards who encouraged her to chuck away a promising Conservative Party career have followed her over to UKIP."

13 comments:

Ed said...

No doubt at all TBG as Sullivan was boasting about seeing Swann at the Red Lion last night. We were all there whilst he was buying us champagne saying how he's planning to run for CF Chairman after Howlett and needs UKIP on-side as they still get CF ballot papers. Howlett should throw him out for fraternising with the enemy.

Enquirer said...

Patrick should release a statement on this immediately. Was he fraternising with the enemy?

That Swann is so two faced, a promising career has been flushed down the loo

Christina said...

This is so pathetic. Political activists have friends from other polical parties. Shocker.

Alexandra said...

I wasn't at the Red Lion!

Slow news day?

Anonymous said...

The article doesn't say Alexandra was at the Red Lion?

The comment by Ed was suggesting that Sullivan was boasting about a meeting at lunchtime between Alexandra and Patrick while he was sipping vintage House Red Lion Champagne

Anonymous said...

There is a really weird trend developing of paid up tory party members who think they can attack the party and praise UKIP.

Its dangerous and you could end up on the fringes like Raheem with only your tweets for comfort.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if there is a correlation between the number of tweets and the number of Kleenex tissues?

Anonymous said...

big difference is Raheem went to a poly, swann went to a real uni so she can bounce back.

WPH said...

I agree with Christina. Bit of a non-story really isn't it.

Harry said...

The pathetic thing about some people in youth political organisations is how seriously they take themselves. Like the berk who said she has thrown away a promising Conservative Party career. I say that as a Deputy Chairman of a CF branch...

Ed said...

Assuming that this is the Alexandra that you refer to in the story TBG she only states that she was not at the Red Lion and does not mention the lunch that she had with Patrick Sullivan.

This is highly embarassing for CF and if Sullivan is still a paid-up member of the Conservative Party then he should release a statement about this immediately.

Anonymous said...

Crazy idea that people are entitled to a social life and unless he is an elected representative of the party or an employee of the party I feel a statement to be a gross over reaction

Christina said...

Do you people honestly think it's appropriate or even humane to immediately drop your friends once they leave the Conservative party? Good lord.

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