Party is not such a broad church
JUST as I was extolling the UKIP Party it seems that it is not such a broad church as it made out to be.
Sacking Phillip Collins from standing as a candidate in the local elections. I see the man who took his place as chairman of the local party says "There is no place for someone representing the party holding views like those reported.".
Is he honestly saying that he did not really know his then chairman's views? Or is Steve Wood more than glad to take the chair of his local party.
I fail to see that members of UKIP's Bristol branch did not know all of their chairman's views. Fancy UKIP being politically correct.
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But I hope Mr Collins doesn't drop his views on immigration, because all that he is reported to have said is a viewpoint held by the majority of people. All UKIP members who share the views of Mr Collins just join the BNP.
R M Stephens
I WAS amazed and angry to read in The Post that UKIP has dropped Phillip Collins as candidate in local elections for daring to express his views on immigration. Views shared I know by many others. Whatever happened to free speech? Or does this only apply to those who cannot speak our language and the two million illegal people in this country living off the hard earned earnings of the tax payers.
Mrs G Yeo