Friday, 26 February 2016

Why UKIP want seats in Wales

Few people believe that UKIP has the well-being of Wales at heart in putting up candidates for the Welsh general election. The need is to get their hands on a chunk of AMs' salaries (which have recently been increased, in spite of WLD objections) to prevent their party going the same way as the BNP. Guido Fawkes has publicised the relevant figures:
Income  between 1 October and 31 December 2015:
Conservative Party – £5,152,334
Labour Party – £2,669,241
Liberal Democrats – £828,657
UKIP – £196,282
BNP – £180,000
SNP – £54,030

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