Thursday, 25 April 2013

Former BNP member thrown out by UKIP and not able to stand for election

There are very interesting developments in British politics. Former BNP members will not be allowed to vote for UKIP. Seriously? Who are the real extremists?

Susan Bowen, from Boscastle in Cornwall, had been due to stand in next month’s county council elections.

Now, the news is that 'a CANDIDATE for the Cornwall Council elections next week has been disowned by her party after they found out she was once a member of the British National Party.'

'The United Kingdom Independence Party made the move on Monday after being told that Sue Bowen from Boscastle, who is standing for the Tintagel ward, was, for a short time, a member of the right-wing party', reports a local newspapers.

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