Friday, 25 April 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Tories Slam UKIP Candidates as Financial 'Cowboys'.

Another UKIP Candidate revealed as Former Director of Infamous Crawley 'CCJ' Company

TORIES in Crawley have criticised the troubled branch of UKIP in Crawley after further revelations of what they call the "murky financial past" of "dubious companies" being set up and dissolved with massive unpaid debts by UKIP candidates, TBG can reveal.

UKIP candidate for Pound Hill South and Worth, Emma Marie Barton, was a Director of infamous Crawley building company Connacht Developments Limited from April 2008 until August 2009 when the company was dissolved.

Local Tories point out that Connacht Developments Limited was one of several companies set up and subsequently wound up with large debts by Crawley UKIP Chairman and Candidate for Southgate, Lee Gilroy. Mr Gilroy's companies had 14 known unpaid CCJS totalling nearly £42,000 of which Connacht Developments Limited has two unpaid CCJs in his name, one for £1185 and another for £497.

A Crawley TBG source said - "It is bad enough for Crawley UKIP to have one candidate who was a Director of a dubious company with unpaid CCJs, but to have two such candidates makes you wonder if UKIP's Crawley outfit is being run by cowboys? What would these UKIP candidates be like as councillors when handling public finances?"

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

At least they don't go dogging or visit brothels.

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Anonymous said...

This is from the Conservative Group smearing in fear the UKIP electorate putting them out of work so they will have to get a job. But they are all
Unemployable.

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Anonymous said...

Off round Jens tonight to meet up with Paulo again. Needs a hand I hear as he has a big job on and it's going to be a two man job.

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Anonymous said...

The person who wrote this post clearly has no idea of business, new start companies are most likely to fail in the first year and the company wouldn't close if it was making money! Obviously trying to make the candidate look bad but failed in my eyes

Duncan Peck from Bewbush said...

I think Simon Darroch standing as a candidate is laughable. Just look at the state of him !!! What a mess. Imagine if he got elected the first thing he would set up is a good bank and then eat the stock

Anonymous said...

Shocking that D.C has time to smear, he's time would be better spent looking for a job and some where to live.

At the last election, he seriously thought he would be voted out and his main concern was that he'd lose his County allowances. He's only in it for the money.

Get a job and stop sponging of the tax-payer, I just hope he didn't use any of his tax-payer funded allowance to pay for his trips to sordid places...

Anonymous said...

If Farage was serious about starting to vet candidates and not just weeding out the odd ex BNP member, Gilroy and his cronies would be out. You are not allowed to stand if you are a bankrupt - owing monies on CCJs should be the same. Gilroy is a serial liar - remember he said he would never leave the Tories and had the support of the party - then resigned as chair before he was sacked and legged it.

casey lavington said...

Being new to this I find it disgusting and pathetic that people can find the time to publicly slander others and to do it anonymously too.. If you have something to say then say it what is the point in hiding behind your computer screen.... clearly some people didn't go into politics for the right reasons like helping the public, and trying to help this town Benifit. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

Simon Darroch said...

Duncan Crow I know where you live and we need to talk. Contact me Urgently

Crawley Tax Payer said...

It seem that DC is the coward, the majority of TBG stories have come from his tax-payer funded keyboard.

Get a job.

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