Has Data Mining Swung The Brexit Vote?

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There’s been a lot in the news recently about a company called Cambridge Analytica and its activities around the time of the EU referendum and the US presidential election. It’s been suggested that data was mined in a particular way for “psychotropic campaigning” and that central people involved in Cambridge Analytica and the Trump administration/Leave_EU campaign may have used ‘Big Data’ and Artificial Intelligence to “change the political landscape”.

Indeed, the media are paying attention, and in recent days the Electoral Commission has been asked to take a look, with Stephen Kinnock MP suggesting “Leave.EU may have broken the law by not declaring the role of a group used by Donald Trump”. He goes on to say “the market rate for a donation of this kind could amount to hundreds of thousands of pounds, based on the previous experience of referendum campaigns and political parties for analytical tools,” as he told Claire Bassett, Electoral Commission chief executive, in a letter seen by the Guardian. He stated “Leave.EU has not declared this donation-in-kind at any point in their returns to the Electoral Commission.”

Certainly, it needs rigid investigation, but what is most striking is the people involved, and the money that was allegedly paid for these technical services.

Kinnock stated:

“Any substantial additional spending between 15 April last year and the referendum on 23 June would have pushed Leave.EU over the spending limit for the regulated period. They were allowed by law to spend up to £700,000 but according to the accounts they filed they spent £693,000.”

However, there seems to be some discussion about how much of an impact it could have played with MIT Technology Review stating:

“It is certainly an attractive proposition to blame big data and psychological profiling for shifts in the political and media landscapes that one finds troubling, rather than believe that there is a large and worrying socio-economic divide in the West. But it’s also unwise to do so without data to support the case.”

We spoke to a data analyst for his opinion. We asked him what his opinions are on potential influence of Cambridge Analytica as there seems to be a divided opinion from tech organisations on how much they could actually sway votes.

He told us “much of its effectiveness is due to marginal gains. If you can sway 10% of a target group that can swing the deal. We’re not speaking of mass psychological indoctrination, just enough mind control to achieve a marginal gain.” So, brainwashing of swing voters then?

In view of this, several people have began to question the legitimacy of the EU Referendum. The Canary states that “the result may be thrown into question“.

More recently, SCL Group, a behavioural analysis, data and messaging firm based in London has denied media reports that it worked on military “disinformation” campaigns. and had not done “any paid or unpaid work for the Leave.EU campaign”, “but had appeared at the campaign’s launch event having not finalised a potential contract.”

While The Guardian refers to it as “a donation of services that was not declared to the electoral commission” and goes on to state that the “director of Leave.EU, Andy Wigmore, told the Observer that the longstanding friendship between Nigel Farage and the Mercer family led Mercer to offer his help – free – to the Brexit campaign because of their shared goals.”

Whether it was free or not, people were targeted in a way that was “creepy” and it remains to be seen what the data watchdog will have to say about it. In true UKIP style, the company has now ‘distanced itself’ from the Leave.EU campaign.

 

 

The facts about EU roaming fees and #Brexit #Vodafone

Yesterday, a number of media sources reported that ‘Britons are unlikely to face steep charges for using their mobiles on the continent after Brexit‘. Also The Times.

Sure enough, the usual suspects were quick to jump in on the act with follow up reports and tweets about this.

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And WikiGuido blogged about it here.

Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao said recently at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona such increases would be “not very logical”.

According to the Daily Telegraph, Colao said:

We treat Switzerland, which is not part of the EU, as part of it so why would we not treat the UK that way?

But Switzerland pay fees and they aren’t actually an official member of the EEA. They are a member of EFTA. They pay and get access and the benefits of membership but they don’t have to accept political oversight and EU fundamentals. See here.

Thanks to EU roaming rules, the cost of making and receiving calls abroad within the EU is now substantially cheaper than in 2007, when the EU first started to tackle excessive roaming charges.

However, it it will be up to the British government to implement similar legislation but that will hard because it depends on European providers allowing use of their networks, but to use Switzerland as an example is a misconception unless we agree to pay fees like they do.

 

SOME FACTS ABOUT #BREXIT

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• The UK had sovereignty all along.

• Sovereignty of Parliament does not mean sovereignty of the government.

• Sovereignty of Parliament does not mean sovereignty of the PM.

• You can’t passionately advocate the sovereignty of parliament and then complain when parliament has a debate.

• We already had control of our borders.

• After residing in the UK for 3 months, any citizen from any another EU country can be required to prove they have a job or have the financial means to support themselves. They can also be required to have private health insurance. If they don’t comply they can be told to leave. This is an EU law and most other EU countries use it. You haven’t heard about this EU law because our government can’t be arsed with the logistics.

• Turkey was never going to join and 70 million Turks were never heading our way.

• The NHS were never going to get £350M extra each week.

• The bus was not a misunderstanding of the fine nuances of the English language. It was a lie.

• We will have the same immigration of skilled workers because we need them.

• We will have the same immigration of unskilled workers because we need them.

• Turning our back on the world’s largest free-trade block will not make us better-off.

• We already can trade with the rest of the world. They just have to pay import duty when they receive our goods and we have to pay import duty when we receive their goods.

• Unelected bureaucrats never did dictate EU laws. We elected MEPs.

• You couldn’t (and you still can’t) name a single nasty EU law that has had a detrimental effect on the average UK citizen. The average citizen – not our political or industrial masters. I don’t care about bent bananas and I don’t care about 5p for a supermarket bag.

• The CAP has given us surplus rather than shortage • There are around 60,000 bureaucrats (civil servants) running the nuts & bolts of the European Union. Roughly the same amount as employed by the city of Birmingham.

• We were never going to be forced to join an EU army.

• We were told many times that we would still have access to the single market if we left. “They need us more than we need them”. “They want to sell us their motor-cars, their wine and cheese so they wouldn’t dare deny us access to the single market”. Now it appears that we won’t have access to the single market, the same people are telling us that they knew this all the time.

• The reason the markets didn’t crash after the vote was that Mark Carney found 250 billion quid down the back of the sofa and made it available to prop-up the financial sector.

• A week is a long time in politics. Two years is an eon. Someone will figure-out a way to stop this cluster-f**k from happening and when they do we need to support them – whoever it is.

THE BULLY BOYS OF #BREXIT OPEN FIRE ON @DOUGLASCARSWELL

[Updated 0850 25/02/17]

It took less than twenty-four hours from the moment Paul Nuttall was soundly defeated in Stoke and like clockwork, the infighting and bullying within UKIP had already begun. We predicted as much in our piece published earlier in the week and we’re sure nobody reading this is really surprised.

The target this time is someone who is well used to being attacked by his own side and in true UKIP fashion, their one electable and somewhat moderate MP, Douglas Carswell, is facing calls for his expulsion from Bill Etheridge after he made “disgraceful statements” on BBC Question Time last night.

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Perhaps Carswell made racist comments or endorsed torture. Maybe he posted false statements about his presence at a disastrous and tragic event. Or did he make multiple sexual harassment calls to women while employed as an adviser to the party?

No he did much, much worse. The Clacton MP is arguably UKIP’s last remaining source of credibility in a party that is beyond toxic and – unlike the majority of his party’s other elected MEPs – is actually known to be a good constituency MP. But the parliamentarian made an indiscretion that UKIP cannot tolerate, a sin so heinous that his immediate expulsion must be arranged.

He suggested that voters have issues with the way UKIP conducts itself and in turn, this may have an impact on why people don’t vote for them. In the twisted and dark world of the UK Independence Party this is sacrilege of the highest order. An inquisition must surely be formed – just don’t call the NEC.

“We as a party need to ask ourselves “what is it, what is it to do with our values, what is it about us?” that means many people aren’t giving us the benefit of the doubt. That’s a key question, regardless of the outcome of the by-election.” – Douglas Carswell MP’s “disgraceful statement”. 

It is not the MP’s first run-in with UKIP’s bully boy routine. Last year members of the Young Independence youth movement applauded and cheered when MEP David Coburn declared that “hanging would be too good” for Douglas Carswell at the YI conference.

There have also been multiple briefings and attacks against Carswell placed in the media, including a report that “dark forces” within UKIP had attempted to cause problems in the former Tory’s marriage by launching a blackmail plot – apparently as a way of punishing him for supposed crimes against the party.

The disgraceful behaviour can only be described as a bullying campaign and it is no wonder the MP refuses to attend party conferences and meetings. Perhaps he is worried about his personal safety, after-all, the last time he attended he was verbally abused by UKIP’s most prolific donor.

What makes it all the more shocking is that this campaign is being led and endorsed by UKIP’s elected MEPs, using their media and social media profiles to seek and destroy their man in Westminster; enabling like-minded UKIP supporters and thus expanding the bullying campaign. UKIP MEPs routinely like and re-tweet posts which viciously attack perceived party enemies including Carswell, Suzanne Evans and others, using their profiles as elected members of the European Parliament, not just their private accounts.

Infighting.jpgUKIP’s MEPs routinely use their media and social media reach to attack their solitary MP.

It’s is exactly this type of behaviour and culture that led to the shocking scenes in Strasbourg last year when UKIP MEPs Steven Woolfe and Mike Hookem let their fists fly in a vote meeting; a boiling over of internal tension that concluded in Woolfe’s seizure and hospital stay. It was not outside the realms of possibility that he could have died as a result of his injuries. Thank god he did not.

Long before “the scuffle” Woolfe had confided in his staff that he was “under attack” by senior UKIP figures, including Paul Nuttall, claiming: “They are out to get me.”

The former UKIP MEP was so concerned by bullying and intimidation among parliamentary staff that he instructed one of his aides to “protect himself” and “not take the bullying”.

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We have been told of several other alleged violent altercations between UKIP MEPs and /or staff in previous years. Readers will also remember that one of UKIP’s own ethnic minority aides was attacked in his office by the party’s Brussels press chief when he dared to speak up about racism and bullying within the EFDD group.

Judging UKIP by their words and actions it is painfully obvious that this type of “altercation” is the rule rather than the exception. Bullying, intimidation violence and the threat of physical force is a way of life within UKIP.

QUESTIONS: IS #UKIP’s PAUL NUTTALL REGISTERED TO VOTE IN #STOKE? @MichaelLCrick #STOKEBYELECTION

So, Paul Nuttall voted (we assume for himself) today as the polls opened in Stoke.

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On 30th January Paul Nuttall submitted his nomination paper with 65 Oxford Street on his nomination form.

By 1st February he was challenged by Michael Crick and admitted he had never set foot in the property.

He subsequently moved ‘on security grounds’ to another property.

Questions:

  • An application to vote must have been made before 7th February – did he lie again in order to register?
  • Has Paul Nuttall even registered in the local area to vote?
  • If so which address?
  • Did he really vote today or is this simply a staged photo op?
  • This week UKIP confirmed that he was a member of the Liverpool UKIP branch, since “his chairman” resigned. We assume he must have his address there and not Stoke. Will he confirm this?

PAUL NUTTALL AND THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE: MICHAEL McMANUS – ‘FAR-RIGHT RECRUITER’

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The UKIP leader has made a steady rise through the ranks in the years since he first joined the party many years ago. Early on he became one of the first ‘graduates’ of UKIP’s Young Independence youth movement and was part of the embryonic UKIP presence in Brussels – becoming a junior, then senior party adviser to its MEPs.

UKIP’s presence in the North West was limited at the time Nuttall joined and it was under his leadership in the area that it began to expand. He recruited a young charity worker from Manchester, Michael James McManus, who at the time considered himself a “socialist” and moulded him into a true right-winger in his own guise. Soon McManus was a YI Chairman himself and set his sights on recruiting his own protégés.

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Michael McManus in a 2009 UKIP election video.

The party identifies traits that it considers palatable in its youth workers early on and by 2007 McManus was signed up and working in Brussels. The two-time MEP candidate has courted his fair share of controversy and has been involved in several “internal UKIP wars” over the years. One notable incident was the removal of candidate Gregg Beaman from the NW list for the 2009 election.

His most interesting role however, is within staff recruitment. It’s well known that Nigel Farage likes to leave the admin work to the ‘help’, and when it comes to general staff, we are told McManus and his long-term colleague, Aurelie Laloux, had “complete authority” over hiring and firing within the EFD and later, EFDD group.

mcmanus-and-nuttallNuttall and McManus at the 2009 UKIP conference. 

In this role McManus – who according to his LinkedIn profile has completed training courses in radicalisation and de-radicalisation of children – has forged links with American universities such as Dartmouth college, in order to bring interns across the Atlantic and “educate them” in UKIP’s far-right vision. UKIP hope that when these interns return home they will lobby on behalf of the party in their professional career, or join the American alt-right.

Closer to home McManus has promoted many youngsters from within the party’s YI movement and was directly responsible for the vetting and recruitment of EFDD intern, Rosie Ward, who has documented links to the BNP and Liberty GB’s Jack Buckby.

We are told that despite being handed a dossier of information raising the alarm about these links, and several of her former constituency colleagues being asked for their opinion, McManus ignored these warnings and pushed for her recruitment anyway.

But there is a darker secret to Michael McManus that he keeps hidden from his friends and even his employer. His public persona is one of an “aspiring polyglot who loves to travel”, however behind the scenes he is the secretive and anonymous “Morpheus Magnus” a Nordic obsessed far-right author who has appeared on UKIP Daily espousing cultural warfare against the left.

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Morpheus Magnus is in fact UKIP’s Michael McManus, a close aide of Paul Nuttall. 

His fanatical writings show a complete detachment from reality and convey the sad ramblings of a paranoid mind that believes “cultural Marxists” have infiltrated every level of British society. McManus, we are told, writes his blogs directly from his office in the European Parliament in breach of not only contract and employment rules, but also UKIP’s internal communications policy which does not allow for aides and un-elected advisers to make political statements.

The Manchester native was even posting these blogs – under his Magnus Morpheus nom de plume – during the time he was an MEP candidate for the 2014 EU elections, unbeknown to the general-public or his party.

Ironically McManus has also been involved in investigating breaches of this internal policies when another adviser working under him was found to be making offensive tweets directed at Labour party MEP Richard Corbett. McManus apparently ordered another of his researchers to compile the evidence and then presented it to the EFDD group’s Secretary General. It is unknown if any action was taken.

One of Paul Nuttall’s closest and oldest UKIP confidants, his influence and input within the realms of the party leader’s policy team cannot be underestimated.

Here are a few selected quotes from his articles on UKIP Daily.

“The EU is well known for its obsession with [protecting] the ‘human rights’ of rapists, murderers and terrorists.” SOURCE

Police recruitment under the last Labour government:They [police recruits] joined not out of a desire to protect their communities, but out of a desire to be praetorian guards for the left’s ideological transformation of Britain.”

He goes on: “Crimes such as burglary and mugging were viewed as a nuisance, which the New Police rarely put much effort into solving. Yet they would spare no expense to arrest anyone deemed to have violated the left’s taboos on race, gender or sexual orientation. The police were now no longer going to protect us; they would instead punish those of us who did not believe the approved political and cultural positions of the Labour Party’s ruling ‘elite’.” SOURCE

There should not be an EU membership referendum because: “UKIP has never been more successful, and the polls, media coverage and elected official count have never been more satisfying. Yet we risk losing it all if on our signature issue we are drawn in to a referendum campaign we run a risk of losing.”

McMAnus.jpgA typical McManus piece on UKIP Daily.

In another frothing rant, Paul Nuttall’s close friend and colleague claims that the Blair/Brown Labour government tried to replace the British people with immigrants to further its political objectives. “So why did Labour open our borders? The answer can perhaps be found in the writings of East German writer Berthold Brecht. During anti-government demonstrations, the Communist Party were angry that the people did not like them. Brecht joked ‘Wouldn’t it be easier for the government to elect a new people?’. With mass immigration, that is precisely what they do. The Labour Party that came to power in 1997 had bitter memories of being in the wilderness for a generation, and if they had to cement their position long term by opening the borders to future new Labour voters so be it. Never again would they let the minor detail of their awful policies keep them from winning elections.” SOURCE

The most recent article is a gushing puff piece espousing support for Bill Etheridge as UKIP leader. His strength during the “alleged golliwog crisis”, “standing up to the left’s attack dogs HOPE not Hate”, and support for the death penalty are cited as his reasons for the endorsement. SOURCE

These are just a few quotes from the 34 articles posted by McManus on UKIP Daily, and give us a real insight into the mind of a person that Paul Nuttall has relied on for ten years when it comes to research and information in the European Parliament.

We are sure they will disappear from the internet like Paul Nuttall’s MEP site soon, but don’t worry – we have saved them all.

Michael McManus refused to confirm or deny he was Morpheus Magnus when asked for comment. 

EXCLUSIVE: #UKIP INSIDER – “MOST OF US KNOW WE HAVE ALREADY LOST #STOKE”

A close contact who is still involved in UKIP’s day to day operations called us last night to report in on the by-election. As requested we are keeping their identity secret.

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Here is what they had to say: 

– Most of the campaign team already think we’ve already lost Stoke.

– Paul Nuttall’s Hillsborough debacle has made it very, very difficult for canvassers on the doorstep.  They’re simply not qualified to answer the kind of questions we are getting from angry people. It’s leading to a lot of heated conversations and shut doors.

– Squabbles and arguments already breaking out inside UKIP. Many of the ‘Faragists’ are sitting out the campaign and simply waiting to see what happens.

– UKIP activists and staff “shocked” by the sudden shift to Labour in Stoke in the last seven days.

– Lisa Duffy has been badly rattled by Jay Beecher’s book. She has lost a lot of the authority she started with as a result.

– The Labour Party coming out in force over the weekend has “demoralised” UKIP campaigners.

– The key messages in the campaign are not getting through.

– Senior party management panicked and went silent after the Liverpool resignations and left junior staffers to “deal with it”. The issue has become so toxic nobody wants to be associated with it.

– Party was completely blindsided by the Liverpool resignations, most of us found out on twitter.

– “It really feels like the party is going to collapse.”

More when we have it.

FULL #UKIP #LIVERPOOL RESIGNATION STATEMENT #HILLSBOROUGH

“In a major blow to Paul Nuttall and Ukip, two leading figures in Paul Nuttall’s home patch of Liverpool, namely the branch chairman of Nuttall’s branch, Stuart Monkcom, and the chairman of Ukip for the Merseyside region of branches, Adam Heatherington, have resigned from their positions and left the party citing the unprofessional handling of information surrounding Hillsborough by Paul Nuttall and the insensitive remarks made by Aaron Banks reported in national press.” – SOURCE

“Although the timing of our resignations is unfortunate in light of upcoming elections, both Adam and I wish to make it clear, where the painful subject of Hillsborough is concerned, with closure not yet in sight, this unprofessional approach and crass insensitivity from high profile people closely within and without Ukip is upsetting and intolerable. We identify most strongly with all the good people of Liverpool and most importantly the families of the Hillsborough victims who have fought so hard and long for justice, in their condemnation of the way Ukip has handled these issues and have resigned our positions and membership of Ukip forthwith,” says Stuart, branch chairman of Paul Nuttall’s own branch, Ukip Liverpool.

Adam continues: “We have been affected both personally and professionally by words that were not said in our name. With this in mind, we wish to apologise to the people of Liverpool and the Hillsborough families for any offence caused and have done what we consider to be the only honourable thing we could do which was to resign and disassociate ourselves from Ukip. I felt that supporting a libertarian party was the right thing to do in order to effect change within the political system in this country. Unfortunately that dream has been shattered and the potential of Ukip has been squandered by people who have demonstrated they are not fit to lead at present.”

A press spokesman for the pair noted: “It is impossible for those hard working party activists at grass roots level who are never properly briefed, not to be affected by the actions of those in control of the party machinery when mistakes and poor policy decisions are made. They are the ones who are most affected in the fallout. However, they have shown personal integrity by responding to genuine criticism which it appears Ukip cannot bring itself to comment upon in a timely manner.”

ENDS

The morning after #Stoke.

0724, Friday 24th February 2017.

Paul Nuttall wakes up from the little sleep he’s had and for a moment, he can’t quite recall where he is. Within the space of a week he has slept in Brussels, Strasbourg, Bootle and now a hotel on the outskirts of Stoke. The light breaking from beneath the curtains is enough that he can see himself in the mirror. “I look like I’ve fucking aged ten years,” he thinks to himself.

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It’s been a long night. The UKIP leader returned from the count at about two am, there was no point staying any longer. By pure habit he checks his phone. Wiping the sleep from his eyes he tries to focus. Two missed calls and a text from Gawain Towler, another from his aide. There may be others. They can wait. There are a few other text messages with commiserations. He skips them.

The message from his London press chief is the most concerning. A story has already appeared on Breitbart London with quotes from Nigel Farage. Nuttall thinks it was probably pre-written. Even Raheem Kassam’s detractors are saying it’s the best article he has ever penned. Gawain says it is “catastrophic”. Paul skim reads the link.

“Paul Nuttall promised to keep the flame of Nigel Farage alive, to take UKIP to the next level. Instead he placed amateurs like Lisa Duffy and Patrick O’Flynn in charge of the fire, and they, the Red UKIP wreckers doused it out,” is a line in particular which is being picked up by the party faithful. Predictably the infighting has begun.

Arron Banks never went to bed. Up all night tweeting, he has issued an ultimatum. No more funding until the “infiltrators are removed from the party!”. Douglas Carswell has re-tweeted it with a smile emoji.

Nuttall’s pondering is cut short as the hotel door opens. “You better watch this,” an aide says as he puts a cup of coffee down on the desk next to the leader’s bed.

Steven Woolfe MEP, formely of UKIP is live on Sky news. Another damning indictment of Nuttall’s leadership, Woolfe dissects the campaign and tells the presenter he could have won Stoke. “What next for UKIP, Steven?” they ask. “Well I really think it’s time to call it a day.”

The news ticker at the bottom of the screen keeps repeating the same thing.

‘LABOUR HOLD: GARETH SNELL WINS STOKE CENTRAL BY-ELECTION – 3258 MAJORITY’

JAY BEECHER’S #UKIP EXPOSED – “THE BOOK THEY DON’T WANT YOU TO READ”

Former Vote Leave coordinator and campaign manager for Lisa Duffy’s UKIP leadership bid, Jay Beecher, has released a tell all book about his time in the party.

The book, released for free on amazon kindle, gives us an alarming insight into the unprofessional behaviour and outright corruption within so the ranks of the far-right party. Many of Beecher’s revelations are already open secrets, but his testimony does add colour and credibility to the story.

UKIP EXPOSED.jpgJay Beecher was suspended from UKIP after a failed attempt to rein in racist elements in UKIP’s youth movement, the YI.

UKIP have an alarming rate of staff and activist turnover, and it seems that ‘kippers’ fall into two categories. The first are the well meaning and in some cases naive recruits who joined because they felt a genuine disconnect with establishment or had legitimate concerns about the European Union. This type of UKIP member is usually between 30-60, at least moderately educated and well presented.

The second type of member is at least somewhat racist and looking for a “credible” outlet within a party; someone who is using “legitimate” arguments against the European Union as a fast track to xenophobia and achieve their personal political objectives. They see UKIP as a way of venting their personal frustrations in a safe environment with other like minded individuals.

Within UKIP the latter category is made up more of the older generation, some of whom refuse to accept that the United Kingdom has become a successful multi-ethnic society and that our country’s role in the world has changed. It is also made clear in this book that UKIP’s youth wing is the real breeding ground of extremism in the party, and seen as a fertile recruiting ground for the far-right. YI is the point of initiation for many of UKIP’s most vocal and disturbing characters. Indeed, Paul Nuttall himself is a early graduate of the YI’s far-right training programme.

Jay Beecher falls into the previous category. Well meaning, conservative leaning, with a clean cut and professional appearance. He says he had initial reservations about the party, but a lack of credible information and opposition to the EU meant he put those reservations aside. Within a short space of time he was promoted through the ranks and elevated into a position of power within his branch, region and then national party. He also became a close confidant of UKIP’s East of England MEPs.

It’s a familiar story that we have heard before, and it ended in a predictable way.

In the two years that Jay Beecher was involved in UKIP he witnessed shocking comments, he heard xenophobic rhetoric and he was pressurised into following policy and public relations tactics which he did not feel would help the party or the country. Most disturbingly these were led by so called “moderate” MEP Patrick O’Flynn, who is exposed as an arch-manipulator behind the scenes in the book. 

Many of our audience would rightly consider Beecher to be a strong conservative (in fact he is now a Tory member) with leanings that are uncomfortably to the right. However, juxtapose this with UKIP – where he was seen as too moderate, too weak, and one of the quote “biggest cucks” in the party.

The book shows us that UKIP’s political compass is totally outside of the realms of reality, and those UKIP members who do see themselves as non-racist conservatives who “just wanted to get out of the EU” can no longer realistically continue to be part of what is now esentially the successor to the BNP.

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