BREAKING: UKIP’s NEC Votes AGAINST A Motion Of No Confidence In Gerard Batten
UKIP members have just received the following email from Chairman Kirstan Herriot:
Today, the UKIP NEC voted overwhelmingly against a motion of no confidence in the leader Gerard Batten.
The NEC also decided the following:
“The party does not endorse the appointment of Tommy Robinson in any advisory role. He is not a UKIP member and through his associations, he is barred from joining UKIP.”
“The planned march on 9th December was not organised by UKIP but members are free to attend should they wish.”
The decision follows Nigel Farage writing to the NEC and calling for a vote of no confidence in Mr Batten’s leadership following his appointment of Tommy Robinson as a special advisor on prison reform and grooming gangs.
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