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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    A most disgusting situation that the Labour Party should drop without delay. – This is of course not going to happen, since that Party can only behave in the way that is natural to them !

  2. Geoffrey Bastin says:

    Whatever the rights and wrongs of this case it still remains that damages and costs are outstanding. UKIP as a party have been identified as a potential source of funding due to a delay in the time before the 2015 general election when a failure to reach an out of court settlement was squandered thus incurring additional legal costs. Also as Jane Collins has failed, it would seem to pay anything up to this time the plaintiffs have sort recompense from UKIP.
    I fail to see why UKIP is now being expected to face the consequences of a growing final settlement instead of the defendant facing the possibility of bankruptcy instead of the Party. If the final bill is as reported then it is now more than double the original amount.
    I know we must wait for another judgement/assessment but that simply means yet more expense and more uncertainty over the final bill that UKIP must face.
    It may be deemed adequate for Jane to say that what we know is rubbish so perhaps if she could spell out the final consequences it would make for less speculation.

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