CLEARLY UKIP IS UNFIT for OFFICE & HAS CONTEMPT for BRITISH COURTS & JUSTICE!
A COMPLETE FAILURE of ETHICS, INTEGRITY, MORALITY or PROFESSIONALISM by UKIP!
UKIP, Farage and Bloom have applied to the Tribunal to have the judgement ‘set aside’ on the basis of an administrative error. That all three forgot they had to reply to the claims against them and there was a mix up in all three of their diaries. The ET rules were recently changed allowing respondents 28 days rather than 14 days to reply to allow for due consideration etc.
I note that Nigel was elected under the banner of professionalising the party and the new Party Secretary, Michael Greaves, a Barrister admits to have been at fault here.
The Tribunal Judge has decided not to accept their application without hearing their application IN PERSON and a hearing will be scheduled in due course. The rules state that at least 14 days notice must be given for a hearing. Therefore, currently the Judgement remains in force and the Remedy hearing postponed.
As this hearing will heard due to the negligence of UKIP, Farage and Bloom; they will be expected to pay the costs of all sides in full.
We now find the Civil Servant Michael Greave a Barrister acting against an elected politician in a Court of law and acting for the defendant in a particularly odious display of unlawfull prejudice!
Perhaps we should not be surprised that The EU would thus corrupt the concepts of Justice nor in fact can it be seen as surprising that UKIP, which is ostensibly elected to OPPOSE Britain’s membership of The EU, is yet again seeking to use EU law to protect it from the consequences of their offences as perceived by British Courts.
UKIP leadership has a well proven track record of moral bankruptcy and contempt for British Justice and the Courts of Britain!
This is supposedly the professionalism promised by Nigel Farage to get himself elected!
Perhaps Michael Greave should consider his position if not in strictly legal terms at very least in moral terms where I would opine his position is utterly untenable – those who may wish for more detailed excuses might care to ‘e’Mail Michael Greaves wearing one of his seemingly conflicting ‘hats’ at: