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Henry_

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Re: MIA political bias?
« Reply #30 on: May 02, 2012, 09:54:54 AM »
I see that the latest addition to the MIA website states that Ray Jones, the UKIP candidate in the local election, supports the "Say NO to Asda" campaign.

Not according to the leaflet pushed through my door today he doesn't.

He specifically states that he supports the 'Say no to TESCO' campaign.

Perhaps he knows something that MIA don't. Or perhaps he's just out of touch.

He's UKIP Harry, he'll say no to everything and anything. He probably hates both of them as much as each other so it doesn't really matter what he puts on his leaflet.
I'm sure he'd say Yes to Aldi, Lidl or Carrefour

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Re: MIA political bias?
« Reply #31 on: May 02, 2012, 05:29:57 PM »
I see that the latest addition to the MIA website states that Ray Jones, the UKIP candidate in the local election, supports the "Say NO to Asda" campaign.

Not according to the leaflet pushed through my door today he doesn't.

He specifically states that he supports the 'Say no to TESCO' campaign.

Perhaps he knows something that MIA don't. Or perhaps he's just out of touch.

He's UKIP Harry, he'll say no to everything and anything. He probably hates both of them as much as each other so it doesn't really matter what he puts on his leaflet.


I'm sure he'd say Yes to Aldi, Lidl or Carrefour

Very good HWL. UKIP actually have some excellent policies

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Re: MIA political bias?
« Reply #32 on: May 03, 2012, 06:23:12 PM »
Ah yes, UKIP. Isn't that what we used to call the Monster Raving Loony Party ;-)