UKIP CRISIS BREAKING – Henry Bolton: “I’ve Done Nothing Wrong”
UKIP Leader Henry Bolton, appearing on ITV’s ‘Peston on Sunday Show’ this morning insisted that he has “done nothing wrong” as UKIP leader nor with his relationship with Jo Marney.
He argued that the party simply cannot afford another leadership election, especially considering that we already have upcoming NEC elections.
Speaking slightly earlier this morning on Pienaar’s Politics on BBC Radio 5 Live, Mr Bolton said that he “would not be answering any more questions” on the matter of his relationship with Jo, which is likely to cast further doubt upon his series of events, which contradict his wife’s.
The internally controversial UKIP leader then went on to say that if he is removed from his position, he does not see a future for UKIP and that instead of focussing on his wrongdoings, the NEC should be dealing with infighting that he claims is dragging the party down.
However, when asked if today’s NEC meeting would consist of a “life or death” decision for the party, he said that it was not and that the party does have a future.