Saturday, 22 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Tory MP Tells TBG He's Been Approached by UKIP as Speculation Intensifies Over Defections.


Favourite to skip to UKIP Tory MP Hollobone

There's intense speculation today that Philip Hollobone is the next Tory MP about to defect to UKIP.

Even though under the understood 'six month rule' there cannot be a by-election the rumours were sparked at 9.30am yesterday morning when the Tory MP, dressed in a purple tie, helped swear UKIP's newest MP & Tory traitor Mark Reckless back into the House of Commons in record breaking time with Douglas Carswell.

Reckless had only won the Rochester and Strood By-election five hours earlier.

Hollobone then voted with turncoats Carswell & Reckless and the Labour Party later on as regards some health legislation.

The move has prompted the bookies to make Hollobone the new favourite to be next to defect at just 2/1 ahead of Mark Pritchard at 3/1, Crawley MP Henry Smith at 5/1 and Wellingborough's Peter Bone at 6/1.

TBG can also reveal that UKIP have already sensationally approached one Tory MP to discuss tactics at the next election.

Lincoln University graduate Martin Vickers, who was the agent for euro-sceptic Edward Leigh before becoming MP for Cleethorpes in 2010 says UKIP did approach him with a view to them "not standing in Cleethorpes in return for the Tories giving Victoria Ayling a free run in Great Grimsby."

The offer was flatly refused and even though Vickers has a record for rebelling on the issue of Europe and, like Peter Bone and Philip Hollobone, is holding his own mini EU Referendum in his constituency, he too has rejected talk of a defection.

Lincoln City Councillor and Tory candidate for Grimsby Marc Jones must have gone nuts.

Friday, 21 November 2014

Are the Conservative Party on Course for Victory in May 2015?

UKIP's Reckless 2,920 majority can easily be overturned come May

With UKIP's victory in Rochester and Strood turning out to be much less emphatic than even TBG imagined and the Tories themselves still in front of Labour according to today's Sun/YouGov Poll there's only one question on TBG's mind today:

Can Cameron's Conservatives pull off an outright victory in May next year?

If Douglas Alexander's thoughts this morning are anything to go by they may well be.

Shadow Foreign Secretary Alexander sensationally played down Labour's chances on a tour of television studios this morning.

Instead of saying Labour 'will win' the next election like most of his colleagues have recently wee Dougie only said the election was "winnable".

Despite William Hague putting on a brave face this morning telling TBG that, "You have to take these things seriously." Today's poll has the Conservatives on 34%, Labour on 33%, Ukip on 15% and the Lib Dems on 7%.

With no more by-elections and the home straight all that is left seems as though the only hope left for Red Ed called is default.

Thursday, 20 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Tory Turncoat Robin Hunter-Clarke Set to Replace Neil Hamilton in Boston & Skegness.


Robin Hunter-Clarke (right) with UKIP Leader Farage (left)


UKIP seem poised to sensationally announce that they've replaced a silverback with a wee pup. Former Tory councillor Robin Hunter-Clarke has apparently been selected by "85%" of the party's membership in Boston & Skegness to replace former Tory sleaze merchant Neil Hamilton as their Parliamentary Candidate, TBG can exclusively reveal.

TBG sources in the area point to local UKIP Chairman Hunter-Clarke, who quit Conservative Future for UKIP in 2012 which resulted in a subsiquent backlash after he'd referred to UKIP as a mere "pressure group", as the constituency chairman who has "selected himself".

"Who has a track record of getting people to withdraw their nominations when he wants something for himself" - said one UKIP member.

Hunter-Clarke is said to have been selected with 85% of vote which was held in a local boozer. But apparently Batemans brewery were absolutely enraged when they heard exactly what the event was for.

Another UKIP member revealed the ongoing war inside UKIP, commenting, "Democracy in action... NOT! Getting quite full of ex-Tories now."

But one rumour still doing the rounds includes a sitting Tory MP that could take the role as Boston & Skegness UKIP PPC.

UKIP say they'll announce the candidacy tomorrow, after the Rochester & Strood by-election result.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

VIDEO: Tories Attack UKIP Plans to Privatise The NHS.



Could a Sitting Tory MP be About to Defect And Stand For UKIP in Boston & Skegness?

Pic source order-order.com

ALL THIS waiting for the result in Boston & Skegness has got many people thinking with the latest whispers are suggesting that UKIP may be holding back on announcing the result until after Rochester because the winner may be a sitting MP about to defect.

Well, there's hardly a shortage of names that spring to mind.

One Tory rebel MP pictured with Farage last night looking ever-so happy is Mark Pritchard (above).

And there's the well known rebels like Hollobone, Bone and then there's the one's with the local connections like arch Euro sceptic Edward Leigh and current Father of the House Sir Peter Tapsell.

Tapsell was MP for the Skegness area until his old seat of East Lindsey split to become Louth and Horncastle in the north and Boston & Skegness in the south in 1997.

Just a thought.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: UKIP Candidate 'Disappointed' Havant Tories Didn't Pick a Local Candidate.


UKIP's John Perry


HAVANT UKIP candidate John Perry has today reacted for the first time since the selection of Alan Mak as the Conservatives candidate in 2015.

Mak was out on the campaign trail again over the weekend with local councillors and activists in Havant Town Centre, Emsworth and on Hayling Island but it's the fact that he's not local that UKIP's John Perry says is a disappointment.

Perry sensationally told TBG that he was "disappointed" at Havant Tories not picking a local candidate but instead going for a London based Yorkshireman.

"It is a very disappointing move", the UKIP candidate claimed.

Perry, who comes from Hayling Island, is confident of at least taking second spot in Havant but sources say that what's worrying the Tories is if UKIP replace Perry with "a big name."

In a sensational development tonight though, responding to TBG's source Perry said that if it was for the good of the party and the constituency "he wouldn't object."

"At the end of the day I am in politics to make Havant a better place for its citizens", Perry told TBG.

Monday, 17 November 2014

UKIP Silence in Boston & Skegness Prompts Fresh Speculation.


UKIP say Neil Hamilton "withdrew at last minute"

UKIP's silence & astoundingly bizarre secrecy regarding its new candidate in Boston and Skegness has prompted fresh speculation this time suggesting that the new candidate may already be a candidate elsewhere, TBG can reveal.

A source has tonight told TBG that following the pressurised withdrawal of Neil Hamilton and another candidate in protest on the night somebody "with a local connection" won the selection contest with 85% of the vote.

Whilst another source suggests the victor maybe Robin Hunter Clarke our source says that he was one of Neil Hamiton's supporters.

Which leaves one other name in the frame who has so far refused to reply to TBG's request for a chat earlier tonight - the supposed UKIP candidate for Great Grimsby, Victoria Ayling.

For now though we will just have to wait and see.

LEAKED: Shapps Drops a Clanger.



HOT on the heels of a member of Matthew Hancock's parliamentary team getting Milton in Portsmouth mixed up with Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire a member of Grant Shapps office has sent an email out asking people to help with Flick Drummond's Action Day this Saturday.

Trouble is, this time, instead of getting the wrong Milton, Tory Chairman Grant Shapps' office has got the wrong city completely telling people to help turn "Plymouth blue" instead.

Don't tell PPC Flick Drummond.

EXCLUSIVE: Tory MP Matthew Hancock Set to Face His Critics.



MINISTER for Portsmouth may well today come face-to-face with the very critics who only last week wanted him sacked, TBG can exclusively reveal.

In a huge embarrassment to council leader Donna Jones and local P.P.C Flick Drummond, City councillors John Ferrett and Gerald Vernon Jackson last week put on a rare show of unity to call upon David Cameron to replace Matthew Hancock.

The move followed a negative report about Mr Hancock and a drink-fuelled incident involving fellow Tory MP's as regards a naked painting of George Osborne at a party in David Cameron's Witney constituency that appeared in the Daily Mail two weeks ago.

A source has also told TBG that Cllr Vernon Jackson was "horrified" to learn recently that the Minister for Portsmouth was also at a recent party hosted by the blogger Guido Fawkes.

Fawkes and TBG were both highly instrumental in the downfall of Mike Hancock.

The two may well come face-to-face at the "Shaping Future" event at the Pyramids in Southsea later this morning.

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Are Lib Dems Getting Dirty Down in Portsmouth?


Gerald Vernon Jackson

EVIDENCE has emerged of Lib Dems scaring potential UKIP voters saying that, "people know UKIP put the Tories in to run city."

Whilst the tweet by ex Tory @leehunt6 on Saturday refers to the city council elections last May it's a remarkable twist in Lib Dem tactics because in May the same @leehunt6 prided himself on "being above party politics."

TBG has since seen plenty of evidence too.

In a seperate tweet on the same day, Hunt accused Portsmouth South's "very weak" Tory candidate Flick Drummond of being a "Winchester wannabe" and on Thursday gloated "Portsmouth South Tories could easily come 3rd" and "Mrs Drummond doesn't go down well."

Then just to thicken the "dirty tricks" row, a letter from a Lib Dem "plant" appeared in the local paper on Saturday criticising Flick Drummond for her Southsea Action day on the eve of Remembrance Sunday.

Whilst Drummond was handing out Leaflets on one side of a Southsea road Gerald Vernon Jackson was selling poppies on the other.

Former Tory MP Andrew Pelling in Race to Stand For Labour in 2015.



WADDON, CROYDON could soon be facing a by-election just a few months after Cllr Andrew Pelling was elected by its residents. The former Tory MP has sensationally entered the race to replace the retiring Frank Dobson to be the next Holborn and St Pancras Labour MP, TBG can reveal.

Mr Pelling had the whip withdrawn by the Conservative Party after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting his wife in 2007 but no charges were ever brought against the former MP.

Cllr Pelling then stood as an independent candidate in the 2010 general election but the seat was won by Gavin Barwell. This time around he is apparently one of 24 people who have applied to be the Labour Party candidate for Holborn and St Pancras, London.

His recent election as Waddon councillor infuriated and "upset" the outgoing Tory councillor, Clare George-Hilley, leading calls to "combat voter apathy".

TBG has uncovered evidence that seems to show Andrew Pelling may be willing to go to extraordinary lengths to keep himself a prominent political figure in British politics.

Friday, 14 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Now UKIP Dump Neil Hamilton as Boston & Skegness Candidate.


UKIP selection crisis rumbles on


HOT ON THE HEELS of Douglas Denny being de-selected in Portsmouth South leading to him denouncing the Party as "Imorral and Undemocratic", TBG has today learned that despite being democratically selected in Boston and Skegness the UKIP NEC are now apparently refusing to rubber-stamp former Tory sleaze merchant Neil Hamilton.

It's led to an outcry from members in a seat where UKIP have a huge opinion poll lead over the Conservatives according to Conservative Home.

UKIP claim that Neil Hamilton, who had the support of many leading members of UKIP in Boston and Skegness including Tory turncoat Cllr Robin Hunter Clarke, withdrew from his bid to be Boston and Skegness PPC "at the last minute".

Rumour has it that the powers that be in UKIP wouldn't have allowed him to run as candidate anyway.

Mystery now surrounds who actually is their PPC.

Thursday, 13 November 2014

City's Minister Under Pressure as Cracks Begin to Form in Tory Led Council.


Minister for Portsmouth, Mathhew Hancock

LESS than six months after taking control cracks have started to form in the Tory led Portsmouth City Council, TBG can reveal.

With a helping hand from Labour and UKIP TBG can sensationally reveal that a motion proposed by John Ferrett to ask David Cameron to scrap the title of 'Minister for Portsmouth' almost won the day.

Instead, after an incredible intervention from Portsmouth South Lib Dems P.P.C. Gerald Vernon Jackson, the council is to write to Mr Cameron asking for Matthew Hancock to be replaced with a different leading political figure.

The role was created to help the city cope with jobs cut by BAE Systems in the local shipyard, tasked with bringing growth to the city. It's a huge embarrassment for local Tories who see Mr Hancock as a central figure for promoting the city.

The development happened at the same council meeting that heard of proposals of cuts to local women's refuge, community centres and adult social care in order to save £13 million from what's set to be a crucial budget in the new year.

Portfolio holder Luke Stubbs told TBG that he thinks, "It's going to be a tough few months ahead."

He can say that again.

Labour MPs Cheer Jokes About Killing the Royal Family and Lynching Female Tory Minister at Remembrance Sunday Event.


Tory Employment Minister Esther McVey subject of horrific jokes

LABOUR MPs have been caught out cheering jokes about killing the Royal Family and murdering a Tory Cabinet minister at a horrifying Remembrance Sunday event, TBG can reveal

The "anti-war comedy night" even featured remarks sensationally mocking the ceramic poppies at the Tower of London as Labour MPs cheered jokes about lynching female Tory MP Esther McVey and killing a member of the Royal family, in what's been labelled by reports as a "sick" alternative poppy day 'comedy' night.

Sources reveal that one Labour MP whipped up calls for violent attacks on women, and said that Tory Employment Minister Esther McVey was a "bastard" who should be be "lynched".

Another Labour supporter ranted - "I’m not a fan of the Royal Family, they are parasites".

Senior Tories claim that - "This is the true face of Ed Miliband's Labour Party in 2014, when they think that no one is watching."

Among those attending the event at a club in Covent Garden were former shadow minister Diane Abbott and Left-wing MP Jeremy Corbyn.

How it Does Get Worse For Miliband.



Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for Red Ed Miliband, it has.

On the day the Labour Leader has another re-launch two opinion polls bring some VERY bad news.

The first, UK wide, by Ipsos Mori for the Guardian, has the Conservatives opening a three point lead over Labour, their biggest lead since 2010.

Conservatives 32%
Labour 29%
Ukip 14%
Lib Dems 9%

The second poll, also by Ipsos Mori but only covering Scotland will cause huge shockwaves.

SNP 59%
Labour 14%
Con 12%
Green 8%
Lib Dems 4%

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Young Tory Wants to Run For NUS President Promising Independence Referendums for Student Unions.




By Leon French - @LeonSeanFrench


"I don't know how sick of the NUS you are and their pandering to the Labour Party and their ilk while also trying to claim that they represent students, but I'm getting a bit teed off with them. What am i going to do about it? Sod it, I'm going to stand for NUS President whenever the next election is.

"I hope Conservative Future members will get behind me and my campaign. I don't believe for a second that the NUS will actually want to be more representative of all students instead of the left-wing wannabe Labour MPs they have today, but it's worth a try. I hope you agree with a couple of my policies too. I don't have that many.

"I want the NUS encourage (read: tell) Student Unions across the UK to hold referendums on whether or not to stay with the NUS. We're always told that the NUS is the national representative body of students. Did you know that you're not a direct member of the NUS, your Student Union is? Unless your delegates to the NUS Conference are whiter than white and will listen to what students at your university want and will vote the way that students at your university want, you actually have no say on the future policies and positions of the NUS, despite the NUS telling you that they care about you and they represent you. What a load of crap, they don't give a damn what you think. So let's have a national vote to see what students think about the NUS.

"My other two policies are linked together (sort of). I want to cut the amount it costs for Student Unions to remain members of the NUS. The figure can be as much as £50,000 a year. There's this crazy idea that if you stop paying that money, despite having the money in your own bank account you won't then get the same services (remind you of anything?) I want to change that. Won't lie, not sure on a figure yet, but ideally I'd rather that Student Unions didn't pay a penny to be honest. Along with that, I just want to leave Student Unions alone to do what they need to do. I don't want the NUS breathing down the necks of Student Unions, I want Students Unions to work for their members and not for national political causes.

"I have another idea for a policy, but I'm not sure whether to have it as an official part of my campaign or not, so I want to know what you think. After implementing these other policies, I'd quite like to rename the NUS to the National Union of Socialist Students. Then I'd like to resign. I couldn't possibly remain President of a Socialist organisation, but at least then it'd be being honest with itself and everyone else. What do you reckon to that?"

"I hope I can get support from Conservative Future members at Universities and Colleges across the UK and I hope you'll tell your friends how I want to change the NUS. Please do get in touch with me on what you think of my policies, I really want to hear from you!"

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

MPs Wade in on UKIP Commons Selection Crisis.



A NUMBER of leading figures have sensationally spoken out following the de-selection of Portsmouth South UKIP candidate Douglas Denny, TBG can reveal.

In an interview with TBG's roving reporter last Friday Portsmouth North Tory MP Penny Mordaunt said - "If you have got a national party picking candidates for a local community then that goes against the ethics my party has. We want people who are going to stand up for their local communities."

Neighbouring Portsmouth South Independent MP Mike Hancock even thinks the move could disillusion voters telling local rag Portsmouth News - "I don't know what this does for the party but I would imagine its good news for everyone else as it gives them something to hit UKIP with."

The hustings for the new selection is now set to take place on December 12th at 7.00pm but TBG understands that the venue is top-secret.

Two emails have been leaked to TBG in the last 24 hours.

The first suggest that Julie Swann is now a "red hot favourite" for Portsmouth South whilst the second suggests UKIP are already planning their celebration party in Rochester and Strood on "Saturday 22nd at the Canal Suite at Lakeside".

Friday, 7 November 2014

'Immoral, Undemocratic & Deeply Corrupt' - Sacked UKIP Candidate Quits Party and Slams 'Interfering' Manipulative Farage.



SACKED UKIP Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth South, Douglas Denny, has sensationally quit the Party citing Nigel Farage and UKIP's National Executive Committee (NEC) "interfering" with democracy and manipulating the candidates' selection process, TBG can reveal.

TBG has regularly reported on 'gestapo' tactics by UKIP's NEC, even streaching to its youth wing, who seem to have no respect or loyalty for their members & activists and are willing to throw them overboard at the drop of Farage's hat to get a particular result.

A member since 1999 the former UKIP parliamentary candidate Douglas Denny gave some insight in a letter to TBG, saying - "Nigel and the leadership hierarchy have demonstrated conclusively that they are willing to manipulate the MP candidates' selection process by the ruse of proclaiming chosen 'targeted' seats, and have changed the rules recently to allow this to be done, and where the NEC can choose the candidate rather than the membership of the branch.

"Those choosing will be under the shadow of Nigel Farage. It is direct interference with the fundamental principles of democracy in the party."


However, even these new undemocratic rules were apparently not applied to Denny's case in Portsmouth South after 18 months as UKIP's 2015 candidate - "The changed rules allowing this interference state any decision in choosing a candidate is to be made jointly by the NEC and with the branch constituency concerned.

"No such discussions happened with Portsmouth South, where I have assisted the chairman and others in starting the branch and obtaining six councillors in the recent local elections from nothing before. The deselection was arbitrarily announced with no consultation or warning to branch chairman or myself."

"What hypocrisy! What anti-democracy shown by the party that declares it is the only truly democratic party in Britain. What has happened to Portsmouth South is in my opinion immoral, undemocratic, and deeply corrupt."


Denny stuck the knife in further and now seems to believe UKIP have no future in British politics, dramatically claiming - "Once a referendum is achieved, UKIP's original role is then finished. Its raison d'etra will then be extinct, and as a party it will fade into the obscurity of footnotes in history."

Lib Dem Who Wants to Stand For UKIP Backs David Cameron on EU.


TBG is confused too

TBG did think that it was rather strange of John Thompson to put himself forward as a potential UKIP candidate especially after reading THIS.

Then again though, considering that Mark Reckless has himself managed to win over four of the Conservatives supporters to UKIP who signed their candidate's own nomination papers you can maybe see where his current frustration is coming from.

And with a new poll for the Daily Mirror putting Cameron's Conservatives behind Labour but only just in front of UKIP maybe other people are starting to lose patience too?

Whatever the case though, for John Thompson to be so openly commending of David Cameron's stance on Europe and the case for re-negotiation one minute yet on the brink of applying to be a UKIP candidate the next is somewhat surprising.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Red Ed on Toast.



FRESH rumours of an impending plot to oust Red Ed Miliband are intensely circulating in Westminster tonight.

With two backbenchers already calling for him to go and another two attacking him openly, tonight TBG can also reveal that a Panelbase Opinion Poll set to be published in Scotland later has the party 17 points behind the SNP and only 13 points in front of the Conservatives.

Speaking in Northampton earlier the Labour Leader said the rumours were nonsense but that didn't stop Damien McBride from saying that the mood within Labour at Westminster was "pretty black".

One Labour MP told TBG - "We are down to 29 per cent and that could go down further", whilst another said "He is less popular than Nick Clegg and that will cost us votes."

The news also comes on the night a "secret memo" to Tory MPs was leaked to the Daily Telegraph telling them to go into "Ed friendly mode" because of a major leadership crisis.

It Goes From Bad to Worse For The Tories in Rochester & Strood.


Farage & Co on course for dramatic breakthrough

TBG has more sensational evidence of UKIP being on course for a landslide in Rochester and Strood.

A few minutes ago, Mark Reckless, the Tory defector turned UKIP candidate tweeted that FOUR of his former Tory colleagues who signed nomination forms for the Conservatives candidate now plan to vote UKIP.

The latest development comes just a couple of days before the Tories' 'Road Trip 2015' Super Saturday, when over 400 Tory activists are expected to decend on the constituency.

However, TBG has learned that as well as one Tory MP in the safe seat of Meon Valley holding his own Action Day in Waterlooville another association plans to defy Grant Shapps orders too.

This time it's 40/40 target seat Portsmouth South.

TBG understands that Flick Drummond and her team are also holding an Action Day this Saturday in the St Jude Ward area of Southsea.

Ex Lib Dem Wants to Win Commons Seat For UKIP.



A FORMER Liberal Democrat has today sensationally thrown his hat in the ring to be the next UKIP candidate in Portsmouth South.

With most TBG sources suggesting that the nomination is really going to be between MEP Raymond Finch and local councillor Julie Swann TBG has this morning learned of a fresh twist.

Former Fareham Liberal Democrats councillor John Thompson who has been very well known to TBG during the Hancock Debacle says he "would win the seat for UKIP."

Despite not even being a UKIP member as of yet Thompson says he has what it takes to beat Flick Drummond and Gerald Vernon Jackson.

The latest developments come after TBG sensationally exposed the 'Gestapo' style de-selection of Douglas Denny in the last few weeks.

Local source and Havant 'Gestapo' victim Geoff Brooking says he thinks Thompson has no chance because Ukip have other ideas.

"In theses situations UKIP have their own agenda. My guess is that they know who they really w ant and they will get who they want" - said Brooking.

[READ] - Lib Dem Who Wants to Stand For UKIP Backs David Cameron on EU.

EXCLUSIVE: Racism Claims After Tory Abused & Refused Service at Local Bar.



THE STAGE, a pub in East Anglia last night sensationally refused to serve a hardworking Tory activist after telling him he was being "too loud", TBG can reveal.

The Tory in question was the only person of colour, other than European white, in the bar when he was shockingly was refused service without being accused of being too drunk, according to sources he was allegedly "sober as a judge".

After being told by bar staff he was "being too loud", refused service and threatened to be thrown out, he left the pub and continued festivities elsewhere at local establishments, free of abuse.

TBG approached the victim - "It's disgracful that this kind of thing can still happen in this day and age. I urge everyone to boycott this establisment as clearly they have neanderthals serving the port."

Other witnesses have told TBG - "I was being louder than him, simply shocking. Horrible people."

And, "I left out of principle and I don't even know the guy."

The Lincolnshire Pub/Hotel in question The Stage, Market Deeping, has been reported to the authorities, according to sources.

Wednesday, 5 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: UKIP Branch in Turmoil as Parliamentary Candidate Sacked.


Denny sacked


CONTRARY to rumours earlier this week, the conroversial Douglas Denny has now been sacked as UKIP Candidate in Portsmouth South, TBG can exclusively reveal.

It's understood that the decsion was taken by the UKIP National Executive and that the favourite to succeed him is Raymond Finch who used to be Nigel Farage's right-hand-man and is now a South East MEP and Hampshire County Councillor, as revealed by TBG back in February.

It is understood that Denny has been sacked from a UKIP NEC role in the past, according to sources, but was elected as the candidate by the local branch last year.

However, one UKIP insider exclusively revealed to TBG yesterday - "I think a different UKIP candidate would put pressure on the very very weak Flick Drummond (Conservative) and Gerald Vernon Jackson (Lib Dem). There is meeting today to introduce him (Denny) as PPC, half the party are scrambling to stop this meeting taking place."

A spokesman for UKIP told TBG - "It’s nothing personal against him. He’s a long-standing member of the party – someone for whom I have a lot of respect."

"It’s a more routine event than it might otherwise feel. Internally we don’t see it as being serious or malicious or disciplinary. It’s simply a process which the party goes through."


Stuart Potter, branch chairman, told the Portsmouth News that he understood Mr Denny remained the candidate until The News notified him of a statement it had received from the party.

He said he was ‘not happy’ about the decision and top secret sources inside UKIP exclusively disclosed to TBG that Potter sensationally threatened to quit the Party if Denny was de-selected.

However, Potter told local rag Portsmouth News - "He would have been an exceedingly good candidate. We have put a lot of resources into Doug and got him known as the PPC. There’s been a lot of footwork done and he has been to meetings with us. It’s a bit of a shock, but we have to move forward."

[READ] - EXCLUSIVE: 'Immoral, Undemocratic & Deeply Corrupt' Sacked #UKIP Candidate Quits Party & Slams 'Interfering' Farage

EXCLUSIVE: Tory Council Leader to be Questioned Over 'Offensive Tweet'.




PORTSMOUTH Council Leader Donna Jones is set to be questioned as part of the bullying probe at the council, TBG can reveal.

According to souces, TBG understands the move follows a complaint to the council's diaciplinary panel made by Gerald Vernon Jackson in regard to an "offensive tweet".

Local councillor Eleanor Scott told TBG - "The culture of name-calling, stropping and throwing around stupid insults doesn't change. It doesn't bode well for the mature decision making which is urgently required."

EXCLUSIVE: Under Fire NUCA President Backs Down Over Remembrance Day Port & Policy Event.




NOTTINGHAM University Conservative Association has today been slammed for "denigrating the memory of fallen servicemen" by planning one of their legendary debauched Port and Policies on Remembrance Sunday, a decision that NUCA President & Committee have been forced to back down from, TBG can exclusively reveal.

An investigation by TBG has sensationally revealed NUCA’s planned to host one of their now infamous port and policies on this year's Remembrance Sunday. More often remembered for its tendency to descend into Riot Club style drunken brawls Alex Bright, the NUCA President, decided to deploy a new tactic describing this year’s event as a more "sombre" occasion with a collection for the Royal British Legion to be taken.

When approached by TBG Sam Armstrong the Regional CF Chairman said; "It would obviously not be appropriate for me to comment. That said, I do hope everyone takes time this year to quietly remember the immense cost of the freedom we all enjoy."

Asked if he would be boycotting the event or intended on getting in on the revelry Armstrong said - "I won't be attending as I have prior commitment to commemorate Remembrance Sunday at a local event". He refused to divulge whether he had or would be raised concerns privately.

Other Senior NUCA sources were less contrite firing criticism at Bright's leadership: "This is just classic [Alex] Bright. If he were prepared to let go of his bizarrely detailed plan to become Prime Minister he may have realised there are slightly more appropriate ways to spend Remembrance Sunday."

The under fire President Bright last night dramatically backed down and told TBG that he and the NUCA Committee have decided to "reschedule" the event to "an alternative date [that] would be more suitable".

Monday, 3 November 2014

Alan Mak has Witnessed Poverty and Hardship First Hand.



Well done Havant Conservatives candidate Alan Mak for defending himself amidst an orchestrated campaign of internet trolling levelled at him on the Conservative Home web site.

The fact that as a life-long Tory activist a comment that I posted in support of Alan was rejected simply shows not just what an elitist site Conservative Home has become but it also exposes what a breath of fresh air Alan is and how far distanced he is from the career politicians in the so-called 'Westminster bubble'.

The fact that somebody from an area dominated by the working class has risen so rapidly without even standing for Parliament before is a testimony to his hard work and passion.

The fact that at a time when some Conservatives have recently been talking so negatively from an economic and social perspective whilst Alan has witnessed at first hand poverty and hardship through his Breakfast Club proves what a star he is.


Mak 'The Knife' Hits Back Amidst Orchestrated Trolling Campaign.



ALAN MAK, the 30 year old Cambridge educated Conservatives PPC for Havant, has today sensationally hit back at criticism of him on the Conservative Home site.

As reported on TBG a few days ago, a row broke out after an article of support for Alan Mak was snubbed by the Tory site sparking a 'Blue Rinse' row after a number of critical comments WERE published.

Mak has told TBG - "None of the four finalists were local but the residents who voted for me decisively as their candidate recognised I understood every part of Havant, was listening to local opinion and am passionate about Havant's future."

"Support for me has been very encouraging and I will carry on working hard for Havant."

"I've been working very hard for the last two months listening to local residents, councillors, business owners and head teachers to understand local issues."


TBG is impressed!

Tory Council Leader: 'I Love to Wind My Opponents Up'.



IT EMERGED today that the Conservatives Leader of Portsmouth City Council has dropped yet another clanger, TBG can reveal.

Despite being given the opportunity to apologise to former Leader Gerald Vernon Jackson (GVJ) on BBC Radio Solent Comrade Donna Jones said that she "Loves winding up" her political opponents.

As TBG reported this past weekend, Jones' original excuse for calling GVJ "Gerald Vermin Jackson" was "a typing error".

TBG thinks her latest rant clearly casts doubt on this.

In a fresh twist today, it emerged that despite repeated requests from Liberal Democrats councillor Ben Dowling, the Conservatives candidate in Portsmouth South Flick Drummond has refused to condemn Prima Donna's atrocious behaviour.

Speaking via her Twitter account Mrs Drummond instead said that she refuses to engage in personality politics.

TBG thinks it's a sad day for Portsmouth that politics falls to such a level.

Saturday, 1 November 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Former UKIP Youth Leader Rob Comley Set to Make YI Comeback.


YI, the youth wing of UKIP, set for more turbulant times


AFTER the most successful Young Independence (YI) event to-date last night, a top secret Halloween pub crawl through the streets of East London, YI London Chair' Jamie Mckenzie is allegedly set to run for the Chairmanship of YI alongside experienced YI'er & its former Leader Rob Comley as co-Chair', TBG can sensationally reveal.

Although the current YI council have already decided to postpone any YI election until August next year, such is the confidence in current chairman Jack Duffin, the pair have apparently decided to run on a shared ticket in an attempt to finally bring the conservative and libertarian aspects of YI together.

One YI member told TBG - "Comley currently looks as lost as Thatcher when she suddenly lost power and was booted out by the Tory Government. He can't wait to make a comeback."

Other names which have already declared their interest in running for the position within the YI circle include YI Scotland's Joe Jenkins, Thomas Booker, Anish Patel, Dan Evans and Thomas Hoof.

Mrs Jones' Week From Hell.

Council Leader Comrade Donna Jones

It's been a torrid week for the Conservatives Leader of Portsmouth City Council Donna Jones.

While other towns up and down the land will be holding bonfires and setting off fireworks on November 5th, in Portsmouth, thanks to "our Prima Donna", until a financial backer came forward last night, there was going to be no traditional bonfire at all.

Why? Well, it was thought that failing to ignite the bonfire at next Wednesday's free event would have saved Portsmouth City Council a cool £4,600.

Yet not only did this lead to cries of nastiness on the part of the local Conservative Party but also similar cries of hypocrisy from political opponents who also learned this week that "Prima Donna", as she is now known, has this year already spent the best part of £5,800 doing up her own office in Portsmouth Guildhall.

Last night things took a even bigger turn for the worse after it was revealed that on top of the EIGHTY complaints of bullying made as regards the P.C.C. administration when the Liberal Democrats were in charge, a NEW complaint has now been made against Councillor Jones according to sources.

Reason? TBG has learned that after a certain Gerald Vernon Jackson apparently kicked up a stink about Donna's hypocrisy. The Conservatives Group Leader responded by calling him Gerald Vermin Jackson.

Today, Cllr Jones was still insisting her words were a "typing error".

Yeah right!

Seems to TBG that "Prima Donna's" honeymoon has finally come to an end.

But then again, Tory Party Leader David Cameron always did say that 'too many tweets could make a twat'.

Tories Giving up on Rochester & Strood - Kitchen Sink Has Been Returned.



REMEMBER TBG's prediction of UKIP being on course for a landslide in Rochester and Strood? Well, a new poll last night gave Nigel Farage's tin pot brigade a whopping 15 point lead in the by-election campaign.

The news has prompted Tory Chairman Grant Shapps to issue his own battle cry ahead of a Team 2015's 'RoadTrip Super Saturday' next weekend.

With pressure growing on the Conservatives it's also emerged that behind the scenes a number of backbenchers are already getting increasingly worried that defeat could also trigger a crisis of confidence in David Cameron. Even though anyone with an ounce of political nous will know David Cameron isn't the problem, if anything he is still the Tories' trump card.

Far from throwing the kitchen sink at UKIP, TBG is fast coming to the conclusion that the Tories are not only flogging a dead horse but are privately giving up hope.

If the Tories are so serious about the situation in Rochester and Strood then why is a certain Member of Parliament who spent a month 200 miles away from his constituency in Newark holding an action day of his own in the Hampshire town of Waterlooville on the same day?

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