Deputy leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall to attend open meeting in Bolton tonight

Deputy leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall to attend open meeting in Bolton tonight

Deputy leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall to attend open meeting in Bolton tonight

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THE deputy leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall is set to attend a public meeting in Bolton tonight (Monday, March 24).

The north west MEP will be speaking alongside by prospective Euro MP Amjad Bashir, the party spokesman for small and medium size businesses, at the event at Bolton Cricket Club.

Mr Nuttall said: “This is a great opportunity for people to come along and find out just why UKIP is the fastest growing political party in the country."

“The political elite living in the Westminster bubble are totally out of touch with the real world, where people struggle to make ends meet.

“We in UKIP are fully grounded and understand the concerns of people faced with the sometimes harsh realities of life. And that is one of reasons why voters are coming over to us in droves."

The meeting takes place at Bolton Cricket Club in Green Lane, Bolton BL3 2JB, starting at 7.30pm. It is free to attend.

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5:04pm Mon 24 Mar 14

thomas222 says...

Its just a matter of time now before UKIP shock the old Political Party,s who have outstayed their welcome through no choice but them. The foundations are in place, now the building begins.
Its just a matter of time now before UKIP shock the old Political Party,s who have outstayed their welcome through no choice but them. The foundations are in place, now the building begins. thomas222
  • Score: 8

5:29pm Mon 24 Mar 14

steveG says...

The system certainly needs a kick up the backside and democracy will be better given greater choice.The European elections will hopefully make the larger parties realise what the British people expect from them and they will be democratic enough to accept that mandate.
The system certainly needs a kick up the backside and democracy will be better given greater choice.The European elections will hopefully make the larger parties realise what the British people expect from them and they will be democratic enough to accept that mandate. steveG
  • Score: 8

6:56pm Mon 24 Mar 14

BWFC71 says...

Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9.

Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides!

But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!!

Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.
Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate. BWFC71
  • Score: -7

7:04pm Mon 24 Mar 14

thomas222 says...

BWFC71 wrote:
Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.
I wish you could have gone also........ No one knows what will happen until it happens and they never ever do, we can all second guess. Im off now for the meeting. At least they had the courage to get rid of them instead of covering for them as the others do....... Ill fill you in what happend at the meeting later. : )
[quote][p][bold]BWFC71[/bold] wrote: Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.[/p][/quote]I wish you could have gone also........ No one knows what will happen until it happens and they never ever do, we can all second guess. Im off now for the meeting. At least they had the courage to get rid of them instead of covering for them as the others do....... Ill fill you in what happend at the meeting later. : ) thomas222
  • Score: 8

8:09pm Mon 24 Mar 14

BWFC71 says...

thomas222 wrote:
BWFC71 wrote: Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.
I wish you could have gone also........ No one knows what will happen until it happens and they never ever do, we can all second guess. Im off now for the meeting. At least they had the courage to get rid of them instead of covering for them as the others do....... Ill fill you in what happend at the meeting later. : )
Thanks, Thomas222 (although I know it will be slightly biased but better than nothing!) :-)
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BWFC71[/bold] wrote: Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.[/p][/quote]I wish you could have gone also........ No one knows what will happen until it happens and they never ever do, we can all second guess. Im off now for the meeting. At least they had the courage to get rid of them instead of covering for them as the others do....... Ill fill you in what happend at the meeting later. : )[/p][/quote]Thanks, Thomas222 (although I know it will be slightly biased but better than nothing!) :-) BWFC71
  • Score: -5

8:05am Tue 25 Mar 14

thomas222 says...

BWFC71 wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
BWFC71 wrote: Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.
I wish you could have gone also........ No one knows what will happen until it happens and they never ever do, we can all second guess. Im off now for the meeting. At least they had the courage to get rid of them instead of covering for them as the others do....... Ill fill you in what happend at the meeting later. : )
Thanks, Thomas222 (although I know it will be slightly biased but better than nothing!) :-)
Was a very informative meeting & was a good turn out. Paul Nutall is down to earth and normal public. Not in it for the money but in it for the love of his country like most. Local Cllrs were introduced & the election campaign is on track & gearing up for its biggest showing yet. All ukip Cllrs are local to the area they come from. Very proffesional & Mr Clegg has a battle on his hands with Farage if he uses the same scare storys he has been regarding farage & ukip. Also ukip will be represented in next years election 100% of seats with local people where possible to stand. No party politics local issues & its rolling.
[quote][p][bold]BWFC71[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BWFC71[/bold] wrote: Not really as in the last Euro elections the UKIP members were expecting big things. Out of 73 UK-MEP's UKIP returned 13 but over the last 5 years they lost 1/4 of their MEP's and went down to 9. Can we really trust a political party who loses 1/4 of its members through sacking or changing sides! But truth be known I am only expecting about 13 UKIP MEP's this time, as well, which represents 16.4% of the total UK vote (just like in 2010) - possibly taking seats away from LibDems. But the Greens, also, seem to do well in the Euro's as well!!! Wish I was in UK to get to Green Lane as I definitely have a few questions to ask Paul about the so-called facts and figures and what they are not telling the electorate.[/p][/quote]I wish you could have gone also........ No one knows what will happen until it happens and they never ever do, we can all second guess. Im off now for the meeting. At least they had the courage to get rid of them instead of covering for them as the others do....... Ill fill you in what happend at the meeting later. : )[/p][/quote]Thanks, Thomas222 (although I know it will be slightly biased but better than nothing!) :-)[/p][/quote]Was a very informative meeting & was a good turn out. Paul Nutall is down to earth and normal public. Not in it for the money but in it for the love of his country like most. Local Cllrs were introduced & the election campaign is on track & gearing up for its biggest showing yet. All ukip Cllrs are local to the area they come from. Very proffesional & Mr Clegg has a battle on his hands with Farage if he uses the same scare storys he has been regarding farage & ukip. Also ukip will be represented in next years election 100% of seats with local people where possible to stand. No party politics local issues & its rolling. thomas222
  • Score: 6

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