UKIP candidate in election mix up

A candidate for the upcoming borough council elections has been handing out leaflets - for his political rivals.

Lawrence Stack is standing in Borehamwood’s Brookmeadow ward as the candidate for UKIP, and believed he would be campaigning against Conservative councillor Harvey Cohen, who is seeking re-election.

After nominating another Tory candidate, Clive Butchins, and helping with his campaign, Mr Stack later realised that Cllr Cohen was in fact standing in Elstree and Mr Butchins would be his electoral rival.

He said: “Clive is a really decent bloke, so I nominated him and have helped to hand out leaflets for his campaign. It was only when the candidate list was published that I realised I was standing against him.

“He is a really nice, genuine man, so all I can say is good luck to him. It's all quite funny really.”

This will be the first time Mr Stack has stood as a candidate for Hertsmere Borough Council.

Conservative candidate Mr Butchins said: “When I asked Lawrence to sign my nomination I certainly had no idea that he would be standing and I am pretty sure that he didn’t either, so that was all done in the best possible faith.

“We have had the benefit of Lawrence's contributions at a number of town council meetings over the past year or two and he clearly has the welfare of our community at heart. I wish him all the best for his future in politics.”

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4:05pm Mon 19 May 14

ANt Gee says...

I am the UKIP candidate standing against Harvey Cohen in Elstree; perhaps in the spirit of reciprication he would help me hand out some of my fliers? :-)
What your story above goes to show is that, despite representing different parties, Lawrence and Clive (and I would add Harvey and I) want the best for the electorate of Brookmeadow and Elstree wards and that politics should never get in the way of everybody getting on
I am the UKIP candidate standing against Harvey Cohen in Elstree; perhaps in the spirit of reciprication he would help me hand out some of my fliers? :-) What your story above goes to show is that, despite representing different parties, Lawrence and Clive (and I would add Harvey and I) want the best for the electorate of Brookmeadow and Elstree wards and that politics should never get in the way of everybody getting on ANt Gee
  • Score: -3

5:19pm Mon 19 May 14

OldB34 says...

Yeah, don't let politics get in the way of erm... politics eh?

Cosy little tory/UKIP (anti-establishment remember?) coalition you got there though, sowing the seeds for 2015 already. Any secret deals between the two of you that you want to tell the electorate about while your at it?

No wonder people are disillusioned with party politics.
Yeah, don't let politics get in the way of erm... politics eh? Cosy little tory/UKIP (anti-establishment remember?) coalition you got there though, sowing the seeds for 2015 already. Any secret deals between the two of you that you want to tell the electorate about while your at it? No wonder people are disillusioned with party politics. OldB34
  • Score: 5

10:17am Tue 20 May 14

Justin1974 says...

Does this mean that the Tories and UKIP are working together?
Does this mean that the Tories and UKIP are working together? Justin1974
  • Score: 4

2:32pm Tue 20 May 14

ANt Gee says...

not at all - as a previous Tory voter I have become disillusioned by their failure to deal with issues that were important to me so I am working for UKIP and UKIP only. However, as I tried to express in my previous post, just because people belong to different parties and have different views does not mean they cannot get on or be friends. There has been so much vitriole in these elections (nationally) and yet I would think most people dont feel they need to act like that.
not at all - as a previous Tory voter I have become disillusioned by their failure to deal with issues that were important to me so I am working for UKIP and UKIP only. However, as I tried to express in my previous post, just because people belong to different parties and have different views does not mean they cannot get on or be friends. There has been so much vitriole in these elections (nationally) and yet I would think most people dont feel they need to act like that. ANt Gee
  • Score: -2

2:33pm Tue 20 May 14

Frank Ward says...

The comments of OldB34 are quite typical of those who have a total misconception of Party politics within the community.
This is about offering the opportunity of change to the people of Hertsmere who understandably resent the present Conservative domination of Hertsmere Borough Council and are bewildered by the docile ineffective group of Labour Councillors who tax our incredulity and demonstrate a shameful disregard for the English language by describing themselves as the 'opposition' on the Council?
One elderly resident a previous Labour supporter claimed: 'I've seen more life in an army blanket' when referring to the collective community activities of the local Labour Councillors.
While, essentially there must be evidence of Party distinction in the hustings and the preamble to the casting of votes, this is a democratic process that requires to be conducted with political acumen and a residue of dignity.
This is the reason I stridently criticised the conduct of Labour Parliamentary candidate, Councillor Richard Butler for his vicious unprovoked attack on the then Town Mayor, Conservative Councillor, Clive Buchins by accusing him of making a racist comment.
The respect evidently held between Lawrence Stack a UKIP candidate and Clive Buchins standing for the Conservative Party is testimony to this need and requires to be applauded.
The comments of Justin 1974 who enquires if UKIP and the Conservatives will be working together requires a simple response.
UKIP members on becoming elected Councillors of local authorities anywhere in the country have a mandate to put the interests of those who they represent even before the the policies of the Party.
If this requires working in tandem and unison with other political Parties to achieve this commitment so be it.
Frank Ward
Chairman
Hertsmere UKIP
The comments of OldB34 are quite typical of those who have a total misconception of Party politics within the community. This is about offering the opportunity of change to the people of Hertsmere who understandably resent the present Conservative domination of Hertsmere Borough Council and are bewildered by the docile ineffective group of Labour Councillors who tax our incredulity and demonstrate a shameful disregard for the English language by describing themselves as the 'opposition' on the Council? One elderly resident a previous Labour supporter claimed: 'I've seen more life in an army blanket' when referring to the collective community activities of the local Labour Councillors. While, essentially there must be evidence of Party distinction in the hustings and the preamble to the casting of votes, this is a democratic process that requires to be conducted with political acumen and a residue of dignity. This is the reason I stridently criticised the conduct of Labour Parliamentary candidate, Councillor Richard Butler for his vicious unprovoked attack on the then Town Mayor, Conservative Councillor, Clive Buchins by accusing him of making a racist comment. The respect evidently held between Lawrence Stack a UKIP candidate and Clive Buchins standing for the Conservative Party is testimony to this need and requires to be applauded. The comments of Justin 1974 who enquires if UKIP and the Conservatives will be working together requires a simple response. UKIP members on becoming elected Councillors of local authorities anywhere in the country have a mandate to put the interests of those who they represent even before the the policies of the Party. If this requires working in tandem and unison with other political Parties to achieve this commitment so be it. Frank Ward Chairman Hertsmere UKIP Frank Ward
  • Score: -13

3:45pm Tue 20 May 14

Zoe384 says...

Frank,

At no point has Richard Butler accused Clive Buchins of being racist. Richard described Clive's comment as "rude and uncalled for" NOT racist. If you read the article it clearly states that it was someone else who accused Clive's comment of being racist.
Frank, At no point has Richard Butler accused Clive Buchins of being racist. Richard described Clive's comment as "rude and uncalled for" NOT racist. If you read the article it clearly states that it was someone else who accused Clive's comment of being racist. Zoe384
  • Score: 11

5:52pm Tue 20 May 14

Monty Raymond says...

Read some rubbish in my time but that Frank Ward does go on doesn't he. Never been know to let the real facts get in the way of his idiotic delusions. Isn't it about time he actually talked about policies rather than slagging everybody off? But then UKIP only have real one and that's barmy too!
Read some rubbish in my time but that Frank Ward does go on doesn't he. Never been know to let the real facts get in the way of his idiotic delusions. Isn't it about time he actually talked about policies rather than slagging everybody off? But then UKIP only have real one and that's barmy too! Monty Raymond
  • Score: 1

9:36pm Tue 20 May 14

wellwhoknewthat says...

Mr Richard Butler should now expect a complete, fulsome and supplicatory apology from Mr Ward for his unwarranted, pettifogging and egregious slur.

He can use as many wiffly, waffly words as he likes; he can ramble on and on and on with those interminable unending sentences of his that make Molly Bloom's monologue look like Haiku. He can pummel and thrash the English language as much as he likes with his incomprehensible and indecipherable inanity. He can yet again push against the very boundaries of comprehension and lucidity, and challenge the lexiographers of the OED or Merrian-Webster if he so wishes, just so long as he makes it's perfectly clear that he apologises.
Mr Richard Butler should now expect a complete, fulsome and supplicatory apology from Mr Ward for his unwarranted, pettifogging and egregious slur. He can use as many wiffly, waffly words as he likes; he can ramble on and on and on with those interminable unending sentences of his that make Molly Bloom's monologue look like Haiku. He can pummel and thrash the English language as much as he likes with his incomprehensible and indecipherable inanity. He can yet again push against the very boundaries of comprehension and lucidity, and challenge the lexiographers of the OED or Merrian-Webster if he so wishes, just so long as he makes it's perfectly clear that he apologises. wellwhoknewthat
  • Score: 9

7:48am Wed 21 May 14

Frank Ward says...

Would Monty Raymond kindly enlighten other subscribers including myself which UKIP policy he considers to be 'barmy'?
The results to be declared on Sunday 25th May for the European Parliament will determine if the majority support as predicted for UKIP will reveal if the long suffering British electorate now identified as Europeans without their approval actually share his opinion?
Frank Ward
Chairman
Hertsmere UKIP
Would Monty Raymond kindly enlighten other subscribers including myself which UKIP policy he considers to be 'barmy'? The results to be declared on Sunday 25th May for the European Parliament will determine if the majority support as predicted for UKIP will reveal if the long suffering British electorate now identified as Europeans without their approval actually share his opinion? Frank Ward Chairman Hertsmere UKIP Frank Ward
  • Score: -6

9:13am Wed 21 May 14

wellwhoknewthat says...

Perhaps Monty is referring to the following
- UKIP want to scarp Maternity pay
- UKIP want to get sell off the NHS (their deputy leader states that it "gets in the way")
- UKIP want lower taxes for the rich, higher taxes for everyone else
- UKIP want to scrap the legal right to holiday pay
- A UKIP councillor called for Russian militia to be shipped into Britain to “clean up our city centres"
- just about anything Godfrey Bloom does or says
- Farage goes all 'racisty' when a bit tired
- UKIP candidate states "I rather wonder if we shot one 'poofter' (GBLT whatevers), whether the next 99 would decide on balance, that they weren't after-all? We might then conclude that it's not a matter of genetics, but rather more a matter of education"
- a major UKIP donor takes out a newspaper advert describing homosexuality as an "abomination".
- the same donor previously said unwed mothers "should be given a good smack", claimed that date rape allegations "cannot be taken seriously", and claimed that women wearing trousers were committing "hostile behaviour - they are deliberately dressing in a way that is opposite to what men would like".
- a UKIP councillor claimed that flooding had been caused by same-sex marriage
- a UKIP candidate said that physical exercise “releases boys’ tensions and thus avoided homosexuality”
- UKIP printed some anti-EU leaflets in Germany
- in the EU UKIP are grouped with far right xenophobic fascist parties (the Italian Lega Nord, the True Finns, the Danish People's Party, the Dutch SGP) - a member of the True Finns wanted mandatory armbands for foreigners to make it easier for police to identify them, Lega Nord’s Francesco Speroni described multiple murderer Anders Breivik as someone whose “ideas are in defence of western civilisation."
- Andre Lampitt, featured in UKIP's election broadcast, stated that Africans should be left to "kill themselves"
- a UKIP councillor called for Lenny Henry to emigrate to "a black country".
- UKIP MEP Gerard Batten called for British Muslims to sign a special code of conduct promising not to engage in violent jihad
- UKIP MEPs have the worst attendance record but still claim their full allowances and salaries (£2 million by Farage alone)

etc. etc.
Perhaps Monty is referring to the following - UKIP want to scarp Maternity pay - UKIP want to get sell off the NHS (their deputy leader states that it "gets in the way") - UKIP want lower taxes for the rich, higher taxes for everyone else - UKIP want to scrap the legal right to holiday pay - A UKIP councillor called for Russian militia to be shipped into Britain to “clean up our city centres" - just about anything Godfrey Bloom does or says - Farage goes all 'racisty' when a bit tired - UKIP candidate states "I rather wonder if we shot one 'poofter' (GBLT whatevers), whether the next 99 would decide on balance, that they weren't after-all? We might then conclude that it's not a matter of genetics, but rather more a matter of education" - a major UKIP donor takes out a newspaper advert describing homosexuality as an "abomination". - the same donor previously said unwed mothers "should be given a good smack", claimed that date rape allegations "cannot be taken seriously", and claimed that women wearing trousers were committing "hostile behaviour - they are deliberately dressing in a way that is opposite to what men would like". - a UKIP councillor claimed that flooding had been caused by same-sex marriage - a UKIP candidate said that physical exercise “releases boys’ tensions and thus avoided homosexuality” - UKIP printed some anti-EU leaflets in Germany - in the EU UKIP are grouped with far right xenophobic fascist parties (the Italian Lega Nord, the True Finns, the Danish People's Party, the Dutch SGP) - a member of the True Finns wanted mandatory armbands for foreigners to make it easier for police to identify them, Lega Nord’s Francesco Speroni described multiple murderer Anders Breivik as someone whose “ideas are in defence of western civilisation." - Andre Lampitt, featured in UKIP's election broadcast, stated that Africans should be left to "kill themselves" - a UKIP councillor called for Lenny Henry to emigrate to "a black country". - UKIP MEP Gerard Batten called for British Muslims to sign a special code of conduct promising not to engage in violent jihad - UKIP MEPs have the worst attendance record but still claim their full allowances and salaries (£2 million by Farage alone) etc. etc. wellwhoknewthat
  • Score: 5

9:16am Wed 21 May 14

wellwhoknewthat says...

I have no idea why they'd want to scarp or scrap Maternity pay - but they don't seem to like it or want you to have it
I have no idea why they'd want to scarp or scrap Maternity pay - but they don't seem to like it or want you to have it wellwhoknewthat
  • Score: 1

10:36am Wed 21 May 14

Monty Raymond says...

Typical Mr Ward hasn't read his own party's manifesto. The previous 2 posts have made most of the barmy policies, but add in the abolition of the NHS, GP surgeries to be run by big business, added to, we will all still be paying tax for the services we ain't gonna get and we will have to fork out for them as well. But old Wardy seems to have forgotten that stuff!! Time to concentrate on real things Frankie..instead of slagging everyone off as a smokescreen to hide your lack of nous.
Typical Mr Ward hasn't read his own party's manifesto. The previous 2 posts have made most of the barmy policies, but add in the abolition of the NHS, GP surgeries to be run by big business, added to, we will all still be paying tax for the services we ain't gonna get and we will have to fork out for them as well. But old Wardy seems to have forgotten that stuff!! Time to concentrate on real things Frankie..instead of slagging everyone off as a smokescreen to hide your lack of nous. Monty Raymond
  • Score: 3

2:01pm Wed 21 May 14

Unsullied says...

Whilst wellwhoknewthat may have some valid points his smear campaign and that of the political establishment from all sides, against UKIP is one of the main reasons I'm thinking of voting for them.

http://tinyurl.com/n
fq82uq

Some of the things wellwhoknewthat says may be true or not, who knows. However, what I do know is that the established parties have lied and betrayed the British people and in particular the British working class for decades.

If and when UKIP get elected then I will judge them on their actions in office but for now I'm sick and tired of the daily smears from our so called political leaders.
Whilst wellwhoknewthat may have some valid points his smear campaign and that of the political establishment from all sides, against UKIP is one of the main reasons I'm thinking of voting for them. http://tinyurl.com/n fq82uq Some of the things wellwhoknewthat says may be true or not, who knows. However, what I do know is that the established parties have lied and betrayed the British people and in particular the British working class for decades. If and when UKIP get elected then I will judge them on their actions in office but for now I'm sick and tired of the daily smears from our so called political leaders. Unsullied
  • Score: 0

2:17pm Wed 21 May 14

Unsullied says...

As you can not click on the link I posted on this site I have cut and pasted this article today by Janet Daly which about sums it up.

'In a speech today, George Osborne will apparently tell business leaders that "It's no good abusing people who were once voting Conservative and are now tempted to vote Ukip." Really? You mean the man in charge (so they say) of the Tory campaign strategy actually understands that insulting people who used to be your supporters but now feel so aggrieved they are tempted to vote for somebody else is a mistake? Who knew?

And there was me thinking that the entire anti-Ukip press barrage which went so far as to trawl the social media records of every Ukip candidate and public supporter was, if not orchestrated, at least enthusiastically endorsed by the Conservative leadership. When exactly did it occur to Mr Osborne that the dedicated army of researchers who were gleefully digging up all those embarrassing tweets by obscure Ukippers – and splashing them on the front pages of newspapers – were, in fact, only adding to the impression of a political establishment out to extinguish the voice of the people? Well, it's too late now. That campaign has done what would have been utterly beyond the capability of Ukip's own amateurish, content-less, incoherent presentation: it has permanently installed the idea that the political class are a united vindictive force which regards the anxieties and concerns of a large proportion of voters with contempt.

The people will not forget this lesson. Even when they return to the fold of the mainstream parties – as I have no doubt they will – in the general election, they will recall this vendetta, and it will leave a bitter suspicion about how seriously their opinions are taken by the governing elite'
As you can not click on the link I posted on this site I have cut and pasted this article today by Janet Daly which about sums it up. 'In a speech today, George Osborne will apparently tell business leaders that "It's no good abusing people who were once voting Conservative and are now tempted to vote Ukip." Really? You mean the man in charge (so they say) of the Tory campaign strategy actually understands that insulting people who used to be your supporters but now feel so aggrieved they are tempted to vote for somebody else is a mistake? Who knew? And there was me thinking that the entire anti-Ukip press barrage which went so far as to trawl the social media records of every Ukip candidate and public supporter was, if not orchestrated, at least enthusiastically endorsed by the Conservative leadership. When exactly did it occur to Mr Osborne that the dedicated army of researchers who were gleefully digging up all those embarrassing tweets by obscure Ukippers – and splashing them on the front pages of newspapers – were, in fact, only adding to the impression of a political establishment out to extinguish the voice of the people? Well, it's too late now. That campaign has done what would have been utterly beyond the capability of Ukip's own amateurish, content-less, incoherent presentation: it has permanently installed the idea that the political class are a united vindictive force which regards the anxieties and concerns of a large proportion of voters with contempt. The people will not forget this lesson. Even when they return to the fold of the mainstream parties – as I have no doubt they will – in the general election, they will recall this vendetta, and it will leave a bitter suspicion about how seriously their opinions are taken by the governing elite' Unsullied
  • Score: 3

2:21pm Wed 21 May 14

James Fraknal says...

Monty - get real!

I would never vote UKIP but there are no plans to abolish the NHS from them. This is just a labour scare tactic. ukip announced the other day they want to keep it free.
Maybe you should actually wait for their manifesto and the other parties ones to come out before commenting/criticisi
ng or using premade judgements
Monty - get real! I would never vote UKIP but there are no plans to abolish the NHS from them. This is just a labour scare tactic. ukip announced the other day they want to keep it free. Maybe you should actually wait for their manifesto and the other parties ones to come out before commenting/criticisi ng or using premade judgements James Fraknal
  • Score: 1

2:37pm Wed 21 May 14

James Fraknal says...

Frank is it true that UKIP are the only party not to have a whip system at local level?
Frank is it true that UKIP are the only party not to have a whip system at local level? James Fraknal
  • Score: 1

2:47pm Wed 21 May 14

ANt Gee says...

as a UKIP candidate in tomorrow's local elections I can confirm James' comment that UKIP candidates will act on the wishes of the voters and not for purely party purposes.
as a UKIP candidate in tomorrow's local elections I can confirm James' comment that UKIP candidates will act on the wishes of the voters and not for purely party purposes. ANt Gee
  • Score: 3

3:20pm Wed 21 May 14

wellwhoknewthat says...

Unsullied may have a point, but just listing the crazy stuff UKIP people have done or said is not a smear campaign. Some UKIP people have gone out their way to express these views - there's no secret campaign out there because it's totally unnecessary, they just come out with this stuff.

I've had a pop at Mr Ward because he's said some quite unsavoury things (breeding etc.) or smears (what he said about Richard Butler) and he should apologise.
Unsullied may have a point, but just listing the crazy stuff UKIP people have done or said is not a smear campaign. Some UKIP people have gone out their way to express these views - there's no secret campaign out there because it's totally unnecessary, they just come out with this stuff. I've had a pop at Mr Ward because he's said some quite unsavoury things (breeding etc.) or smears (what he said about Richard Butler) and he should apologise. wellwhoknewthat
  • Score: 1

4:16pm Wed 21 May 14

Frank Ward says...

I suppose on behalf of UKIP and in particular the candidates and members in Hertsmere, I should be grateful that the diatribe of unsubstantiated, unqualified speculation and claims unleashed by Wellwhoknethat on behalf of Monty Raymond is confined to the publication of on-line comment.
The fact this subscriber finds it necessary to conceal their identity with a pseudonym will speak volumes to readers.
Who would want to be associated with this uncontrolled rant on the public notice board of on-line comment for almost anybody to read and to identify the author?
However, because I subscribe to the philosophy expounded by Voltaire, I would defend the right to express your views providing your are not claiming this to be factually accurate and expecting those who may chose to read will actually believe the content?
The local Labour Party recently perpetrated a deception on the unsuspecting voters of Boreham Wood by portraying Councillor Richard Butler their Parliamentary Candidate ostensibly talking to a parent who is a resident of Kenilworth Ward, who bemoans about the quality of life for his children, the shortage of school places, doctors and dentists in our community.
The leaflet also contains similar comments also about UKIP cutting maternity pay, selling off the NHS, scrapping holiday pay and lowering taxes for the rich none of which are manifesto commitments by UKIP.
What many readers of this propaganda may not be aware is the the resident is Jon Galliers who is Chairman of the local Labour Party.
The Labour Government with uncontrolled migration those from EU member states, some of whom are unable to speak English with others unskilled and consequently unemployable, are given homes and school places for their children and subsequently become a drain on medical services which even Ed Milband has now belatedly acknowledged, appears to have been ignored in this publication in the fond hope that the mislead voters will join the media assault and campaign assassination of UKIP.
The other alleged comments by UKIP member are not authorised and would never be endorsed or even considered for adoption as Party policy.
Frank Ward
Chairman
Hertsmere UKIP
I suppose on behalf of UKIP and in particular the candidates and members in Hertsmere, I should be grateful that the diatribe of unsubstantiated, unqualified speculation and claims unleashed by Wellwhoknethat on behalf of Monty Raymond is confined to the publication of on-line comment. The fact this subscriber finds it necessary to conceal their identity with a pseudonym will speak volumes to readers. Who would want to be associated with this uncontrolled rant on the public notice board of on-line comment for almost anybody to read and to identify the author? However, because I subscribe to the philosophy expounded by Voltaire, I would defend the right to express your views providing your are not claiming this to be factually accurate and expecting those who may chose to read will actually believe the content? The local Labour Party recently perpetrated a deception on the unsuspecting voters of Boreham Wood by portraying Councillor Richard Butler their Parliamentary Candidate ostensibly talking to a parent who is a resident of Kenilworth Ward, who bemoans about the quality of life for his children, the shortage of school places, doctors and dentists in our community. The leaflet also contains similar comments also about UKIP cutting maternity pay, selling off the NHS, scrapping holiday pay and lowering taxes for the rich none of which are manifesto commitments by UKIP. What many readers of this propaganda may not be aware is the the resident is Jon Galliers who is Chairman of the local Labour Party. The Labour Government with uncontrolled migration those from EU member states, some of whom are unable to speak English with others unskilled and consequently unemployable, are given homes and school places for their children and subsequently become a drain on medical services which even Ed Milband has now belatedly acknowledged, appears to have been ignored in this publication in the fond hope that the mislead voters will join the media assault and campaign assassination of UKIP. The other alleged comments by UKIP member are not authorised and would never be endorsed or even considered for adoption as Party policy. Frank Ward Chairman Hertsmere UKIP Frank Ward
  • Score: 1

5:01pm Wed 21 May 14

Monty Raymond says...

Sorry James me old mate, Nigel Farage announced the policy on our beloved NHS last year and has never recanted. It was in the Indy & The Times. But glad to hear you ain't gonna vote for them anyhow.
Sorry James me old mate, Nigel Farage announced the policy on our beloved NHS last year and has never recanted. It was in the Indy & The Times. But glad to hear you ain't gonna vote for them anyhow. Monty Raymond
  • Score: 1

8:53pm Wed 21 May 14

James Fraknal says...

Sorry Monty!
http://www.ukip.org/
ukip_head_of_policy_
tim_aker_last_night_
warned_voters_not_to
_believe_labours_mis
information_and_lies
_about_the_party
Anyway its a Green Vote for me!
Sorry Monty! http://www.ukip.org/ ukip_head_of_policy_ tim_aker_last_night_ warned_voters_not_to _believe_labours_mis information_and_lies _about_the_party Anyway its a Green Vote for me! James Fraknal
  • Score: 0

3:58am Thu 22 May 14

Monty Raymond says...

James old mate, lies, damned lies and UKIP statements! And as I told you it wasn't Labour lies as you seem to think but a Farage statement in print. So that web site is just B... S! Any old how you will only be voting in the Euro vote then? There ain't any greens in the locals in Borehamwood! Seeya later mate!
James old mate, lies, damned lies and UKIP statements! And as I told you it wasn't Labour lies as you seem to think but a Farage statement in print. So that web site is just B... S! Any old how you will only be voting in the Euro vote then? There ain't any greens in the locals in Borehamwood! Seeya later mate! Monty Raymond
  • Score: -1

7:54am Thu 22 May 14

david Burcombe says...

I am voting for the former conservative lady who go into labour by being too liberal with her ukip boyfriend
I am voting for the former conservative lady who go into labour by being too liberal with her ukip boyfriend david Burcombe
  • Score: -1

9:21am Thu 22 May 14

ANt Gee says...

Monty, I note that the Greens are standing in Bushey St James which is part of Hertsmere so i assume you must know Mr. Fraknal's address...
Monty, I note that the Greens are standing in Bushey St James which is part of Hertsmere so i assume you must know Mr. Fraknal's address... ANt Gee
  • Score: 1

9:53am Thu 22 May 14

Monty Raymond says...

No not at all mte,, I was talking only about Borehamwood!!
No not at all mte,, I was talking only about Borehamwood!! Monty Raymond
  • Score: 0

9:56am Thu 22 May 14

mr.taxpayer says...

Tories = Only care about Elstree/Radlett residents
Labour = Only care about immigrants and the workshy
UKIP = Hates Europe, Hates Immigrants, Enjoys ranting on Bwood Times.
Lib Dem = Liars.

I'm not voting for any of them this year, totally fed up with all of them, only in it for themselves.
Tories = Only care about Elstree/Radlett residents Labour = Only care about immigrants and the workshy UKIP = Hates Europe, Hates Immigrants, Enjoys ranting on Bwood Times. Lib Dem = Liars. I'm not voting for any of them this year, totally fed up with all of them, only in it for themselves. mr.taxpayer
  • Score: 6

8:34pm Fri 23 May 14

studio70. says...

mr.taxpayer wrote:
Tories = Only care about Elstree/Radlett residents
Labour = Only care about immigrants and the workshy
UKIP = Hates Europe, Hates Immigrants, Enjoys ranting on Bwood Times.
Lib Dem = Liars.

I'm not voting for any of them this year, totally fed up with all of them, only in it for themselves.
First time I've read a decent post from Taxi driver-
maybe you should form your own party and stand next time round
[quote][p][bold]mr.taxpayer[/bold] wrote: Tories = Only care about Elstree/Radlett residents Labour = Only care about immigrants and the workshy UKIP = Hates Europe, Hates Immigrants, Enjoys ranting on Bwood Times. Lib Dem = Liars. I'm not voting for any of them this year, totally fed up with all of them, only in it for themselves.[/p][/quote]First time I've read a decent post from Taxi driver- maybe you should form your own party and stand next time round studio70.
  • Score: 2

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