Former UKIP Deputy Leader’s Case Against Party Dismissed

Some good news for UKIP regarding their internal squabbles at last. Guido hears Mike Nattrass, their former chairman and deputy leader who took them to court over not being selected as an MEP candidate, has had his application dismissed. Judge Purle QC ruled that the process was fair, designed to be fair, and that there was no evidence the rules had been broken. Nattrass has been ordered to pay UKIP’s £9,000 costs…


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