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#0423* – UKIP CHORLEY – Support For Colin DENBY

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 17/04/2011

#0423* – UKIP CHORLEY – Support For Colin DENBY!
Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
UKIP CHORLEY – Support For Colin DENBY!
One has to wonder WHY UKIP Leadership single out supporters to abuse as if there was something clever about making a spectacle of themselves in public!
Look how UKIP lacked the leadership skills to handle the situation with John West, Richard Suchorzewski, Niall Warry, Ian Gillman, Peter Baker, Marcus Stead and then made situations worse using their cowardly anonymous commentators and pond life like Mick McGough doing UKIP huge damage!

So many people have walked away in disgust CLICK HERE 




Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2011
Subject: E-Mail to UKIP.
Dr. Fred McGlade,
Regional Organiser.
Dear Dr McGlade,
Re: Mr Colin Denby.
It is with deep regret that I have learned that Mr Denby has withdrawn his candidature as your representative for my home town of Chorley, for the forthcoming May elections. I have admired Colin’s total dedication to your cause, stamina and genuine commitment. He is a gentleman of integrity, honesty and forthrightness, add would have been an ideal candidate to represent UKIP. He would have served the people of Chorley very well. He would have received my vote without any reservation or hesitation whatever, and that of countless others in Chorley who are crying our for a change of direction.
Colin would have been a “Beacon of Light and Hope”, displaying the good and acceptable face of politics, something this country badly needs. I personally feel that UKIP and the people of Chorley have lost a great opportunity.
Yours faithfully,
BA(Hons)., LL.B(Hons)., MA., Ph.D., LL.M., M.R. Hist. S.,
Legal & Forensic Consultant.

You may find this of interest:

Opening hours curbed at Chorley pub

3:21pm Friday 14th November 2008
By Chris Gee

Licensing chiefs have curbed the opening hours of a popular Chorley pub, a move which could threaten its future.

Lancashire police applied for a review of a licence for The Swan with Two Necks, Hollinshead Street. Police recommended that no alcohol be served after 11pm.

The current terms allow drinking at the Hollinshead Street pub until 2.30am at weekends.

A three person panel of councillors from Chorley council’s licensing committee heard the review last week and decided to cut the hours where alcohol can be served on Friday and Saturday hours to 12.30am and Sunday to Thursday to 11.30pm.

Licensee Denise Hogan, who along with her husband Nick, runs pub, say that 300 customers, neighbours and other friends of the pub of all ages have written to the council pledging their support for the couple.

The decision notice of the sub-committee, said: ”Repeated incidents of crime and disorder and nuisance originating from a premises cannot be ignored even if the premises is popular amongst regular patrons.

“Having carefully considered the representations from the police, the Environmental Health Authority and the other interested parties the sub-committee considered that the designated premises supervisor had failed to effectively manage the premises leading to the licensing objectives of the prevention of crime and disorder and the prevention of public nuisance being undermined.”

The panel decided not to remove Mrs Hogan as designated premises supervisor but to request that the licensing section issue a written warning to her emphasising how seriously the sub-committee considered the lack of effective management at the premises.

Mr and Mrs Hogan say they will appeal the decision which would mean the review would be heard by magistrates.

They have 21 days in which to appeal and in the mean time the current opening hours will remain.

Mr Hogan said: “We are looking forward to putting our case forward at the appeal against these unjustified measures.”

Sergeant Tony Bushell, licensing officer for Chorley police said all submissions from the police backed up by evidence.

He added: “I agree the Swan is an asset to Chorley but we don’t take action like this lightly.

“We believe there are issues over management practices, incidents of disorder and non-compliance with the terms of the licence.”

To view the original article CLICK HERE


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