Nikki SINCLAIRE MEP Lets UKIP Have Another Chance!
I gather this apology was published by UKIP on its web site at or around 09:00hrs. Strasbourg time – it being an EU pretend Parliament jolly in Strasbourg this week and it would seem to have been published near simultaneously in Britain at 09:00hrs. GMT on Nikki Sinclaire MEP’s blog.
Statement on UKIP and Nikki Sinclaire
The following statement has been issued by UKIP today:
The UK Independence Party and Nikki Sinclaire are pleased to confirm the amicable resolution of the Tribunal complaint brought by Nikki Sinclaire.
“The Respondents to the claim, which included the Party, and who all denied the allegations, have agreed to Ms Sinclaire withdrawing the claim ahead of the forthcoming Pre-Hearing Review as the Party and Ms Sinclaire resolve matters between them.
“The UK Independence Party takes this opportunity to affirm that it is opposed to discrimination on all grounds as prescribed by law and otherwise. The Party acknowledges the principles of non-discrimination, non-racism and non-sectarianism in its Constitution, and holds those principles dear as a libertarian party. The Party does not espouse, condone or support homophobia or sexual orientation discrimination in any way, and sexuality is no bar to involvement or advancement within the Party.
Ms Sinclaire is grateful for this confirmation and is pleased that this matter has been concluded by mutual consent and looks forward to a more constructive relationship.
To view the original of this apology from UKIP relative to the Guilty verdict handed down by the Courts at reported on this blog from the case brought last year under industrial tribunal and set aside by the agreement of Nikki Sinclaire to avoid further costs and embarrassment for UKIP and its inept leadership CLICK HERE
This is clearly a further effort on the part of Nikki Sinclaire MEP to try to help UKIP take a more mature and reasoned approach to their duties and responsibilities and put right the lies and dishonesty that are so frequently emanating from the leadership team its parasites and hirelings.
The Party and Nikki Sinclaire MEP may have agreed this statement but will a further statement be issued that this is agreed and binding on the named individuals Nigel Farage MEP & Godfrey Bloom MEP who were jointly named in the Guilty verdict as handed down?
I note that Exacly the same statement has been published on Nikki Sinclaire’s Blog (Blog. – presumably as her web site seems currently broken as since Friday!)
I have added this comment to her blog.:
- Hi, Congratulations on obtaining an apology from UKIP as a response to the Guilty verdict handed down against UKIP, Nigel Farage MEP & Godfrey Bloom MEP. May I personally congratulate you on accepting this apology for as long as it is adhered to by UKIP its leadership and their gofers. This, let us hope will be the first steps from them in righting the lies and dishonesty against you and their corrupt withdrawal of support. Presumably UKIP & its MEPs will rapidly withdraw from supporting The EFD and its violently anti homosexual stance as continued membership is clearly untenable in the light of the claims in their apology. Regards, Greg_L-W.
My congratulations to UKIP for being adequately grown up to admit they were in the wrong and issue this statement and to Nikki Sinclaire for having the good grace, not only to have given UKIP the opportunity to come up with this statement, but also for being prepared to waive The Guilty verdict and further rounds of Court action which clearly UKIP could not honestly or reasonably have defended.
Clearly no one should ever be descriminated against for their private and legal perversions or for public knowledge of them – homosexuality was de-criminalised almost 50 years ago and rightly so.
In the light of UKIP’s unequivocal statement and if they have any integrity they will no clearly repudiate the utterly repugnant EFD Group and its behaviour and wish to disassociate themselves from continued moral and financial support of The EFD Group.
Personally I would hope that, inorder to avoid entrapment or embarrassment in the future, UKIP would now wish to renounce any intent to aid The EU in its policy of denigrating National politics by the continuation of Pan EU Poliitical Parties/Groups – which this instance alone has shown up clearly as a danger in ethical and moral terms.
There may be vaste bribes available in return for membership of Pan EU Political Groups – but such payments are at the cost of principles and unethical.
There is NEVER a wrong time to do the right thing and the man who is willing to sell his principles for money will pretty soon find himself with no principles to sell.