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Ukip Candidate Quits On Claims Of Corruption At The Top!

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 30/03/2016

Ukip Candidate Quits On Claims Of Corruption At The Top!

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Euan Blockley a Ukip Candidate in Scotland Quits Over Claims Of Corruption At The Top!

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although Scotland is in a state of flux with both Labour & Tories out of favour it is clear that the SNP have made complete fools of themselves.
Imagine just how dire a position Scotland would be in if the Scots had been foolish enough to take the advice of The SNP and vote for Indipendence – the debt already accrued, as a result of the collapse in oil prices, would have condemned Scotland to pennuary for generations to come.
This is just the situation Ukip Scotland should be in a position to exploit to make significant gains in the rapidly approaching elections – however due to crass incompetence, an indisputable level of utter incompetence from its leadership team and endless sqabbling due to poor leadership skills and lack of direction – just at the time when they should have stood every chance of getting 10, 20 or even 30 seats on Scotland’s EU Regional Council of Hollyrood it is likely they won’t get a single place!

UKIP in Scotland rejects claim of vote ‘stitch-up’

  • 30 March 2016
Euan Blockley
Image captionEuan Blockley claimed the party leadership “stitched up” the process

UKIP in Scotland has defended its procedures for selecting Scottish parliamentary candidates as being “democratically accountable”.

It followed criticism from Euan Blockley, who had expected to top one of the UKIP regional lists for Holyrood in May.

Mr Blockley has alleged that the process was “stitched up” by the party leadership to favour their friends.

He told BBC Scotland that he has left the party as a result.

At 18 years old, Mr Blockley would have been one of the youngest candidates standing in the election.

He said: “I’ve ripped up my party’s membership card. The party has ‘stitched up’ the party lists – and it goes all the way to David Coburn – the NEC etc – giving list places to their cronies.

“It was meant to be a democratic process, when the lists would be chosen by the party members – that’s what we were promised.”

Although he believes he would have been placed second on a regional list, Mr Blockley said he was horrified by the way UKIP in Scotland carried out the process.

He added: “It’s a country club – all the placements are being handed out to friends – at the expense of good candidates.”

UKIP has insisted the selection of candidates was carried out properly.

Scottish leader David Coburn said: “The final pool of candidates and their position on any list is agreed by a ballot of the party’s National Executive Committee.

“The NEC is elected by the party membership and is therefore democratically accountable to the party membership.”

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