This is a clear ‘Follow On’ from her excellent Publicity in The SUNDAY TIMES CLICK HERE!
having had the story exposing huge areas of corruption in The EU, some never covered before by an MEP according to Guy Basnett of The News of The World bumped out of the paper by an attempt at a spoiler to attack Nikki Sinclaire based largely on a set-up and stolen material, removed dishonestly and unlawfully from her office by a salaried member of her staff who has shown they are duplicitous, dishonest and untrustworthy in such a betrayal of trust and abuse of privilege – the spoiler story, which was unsubstantiable and had the finger prints of the self serving Nigel Farage all over it, as he seeks to keep his place at the troughs on the gravy train and hopes to ever further engorge himself.
To that end we understand the odious and foul mouthed Annabelle Fuller has aided in suppressing the story exposing corruption in The EU and aided the imbecilic and duplicitous John Ison in his betrayal and theft for self advancement or so it seems.
I understand it is the aim of Farage to throw his weight behind trying again, after his abject failure at the UKIP Party Conference, to dupe the membership in aiding The EU by the process of creating a Pan EU Political Party for which it is expected – as he claimed when he was rejected by the Party he would personally loose out on ONE MILLION a year – presumably if he is blocked by the members from accepting the bribes The EU has on offer for its puppets.
MEP sees red over Tory blue
Nikki Sinclaire, Independent MEP for the region, says the £2.1 million cost of the new MEP could be better spent on other things.
The Lisbon Treaty means the UK has been allocated an extra place within the European Parliament, and the Government has decided a Conservative MEP will be installed, based on the results of the last election.
But Ms Sinclaire believes it would make more sense to wait for the next elections in 2014.
She said: “It is ironic that, as North Africans struggle to elect their leaders, the UK government is appointing a politician to an otherwise elected body for the first time.
“When essential public services, such as libraries and the proper maintenance of schools, are being cut to the bone, the Government is legislating for another politician – I am sure this is not the way the public would choose to see their money spent.
“No gain for Britain, no gain for Europe, just a net loss for the taxpayer. The real rationale behind this is to allow the Conservative Party to shore up its ailing group in the European Parliament.”
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