Why the future is positive for UKIP under Henry Bolton

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  1. Steve Bater says:

    I wanted to John Rees-Evans in but I think Henry was the best second place and I think he’s going to do well. His army career and his time being a Thames Valley police officer will be a great asset to UKIP. This means he has good leadership qualities and not afraid of speaking out and bringing discipline when people step out of line. I resigned from UKIP in December 2016 due to Nuttal’s underhand practices which resulted in UKIP losing many thousands of members and voters. I was dreading AMW becoming leader as the party would have died. Now that Henry is leader I may well become a member again. I’m waiting to see if he gives JRE a job. If he does i will rejoin the next day.

  2. Keith Phair says:

    I was very pleased to have voted for Henry, who has the rounded and focused platform to take us forward – especially over the next 18 months as we hold the Government’s feet to the fire on giving people the proper Brexit they voted for over 15 months ago. In particular, Amber Rudd as Home Secretary needs to get her act together very quickly – her Remainer complacency over her cuts to the Border Force and immigration rates simply must be strongly called out! Henry is the man to do that – especially as he has more practical experience in his little finger than the Home Secretary herself possesses!
    I am equally sure that Henry will harness the talents of all those in the party who can make a positive contribution and take us forward in shaping a broad platform from which UKIP can, once again, become the voice of the people who LibLabCon politicians ignore.

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