Labour Hijack Outnumbered UKIP Councillors’ Successful Motion

Marv Hollingworth

Kipper Central Deputy Editor

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5 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Thanks Marv, and the very fact of this being shown on Kipper Central, puts this disgusting matter into the public domain. I have never understood why the NHS has to be argued over by the political parties. Every one of us wants the NHS to be well provided for, so make it a matter that is outside politics. Funding will be political, and so an increase to the budget every year needs to be agreed by all, and then kept to. As I understand this, I think it would be welcomed in Wales. It is such a Nationally required service that politics should be free of it. A sweeping change like this would show up which parties are really for this service. Meantime, my Thanks to an overworked NHS !

  2. Barrie Greratorex says:

    I am absolutely convinced what you suspect is the truth, especially on the doorstep when canvassing, they interpret UKIP s policy as their own, confusing some voters, and at the same time delivering derogatory comments on UKIP intentions regards Race and such agendas. This was apparent when I canvassed S.O.T by election, they tried to turn the Labour candidates outspoken misogynistic comments in to some kind UKIP vitriol. I fear that UKIPs low level exposer is allowing this sort of misrepresentation to happen, so more public appearances must be our aim.

  3. ben says:

    Labour are simply anti British traitors who long betrayed the working classes. It was only 12 months 12-18 months ago when there was a motion to roll back the privatisation of the Nhs, but it was a Friday and no labour could be bothered to turn up and it was filibustered. Labour are only interested in the potential of new foreign voters preferably Muslim who have a history of voting left because it suits their agenda. They talk big on the NHS but never act, dont be fooled.

  4. Jules says:

    Other Councils allow any number of motions to be submitted.
    The only limitation is normally time – which is extendable at the Mayor’s discretion.

    As for amendments, I have seen “wrecking” amendments – proposed by a dominant majority Party – refused (on the advice of the Chief Legal Officer).
    “wrecking” includes:
    – changing the meaning/direction of the motion
    – changing all words after the intro

  1. 4:01 pm, April 10, 2018

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