Friday, 26 September 2014

LCC: Proceedings against disgraced ex-Tory/UKIP candidate

Legal proceedings have been launched against former Leicestershire County Council leader David Parsons to recover £1,500 he still owes the authority.

Parsons


Officials at County Hall say Mr Parsons has stopped paying monthly installments to clear the costs of 26 trips he made using the council’s chauffeur-driven car during his nine-year stint as leader. The trips were deemed “not sufficiently connected” to his role as leader after an investigation by officers.
Officials found two more trips were deemed to be inappropriate for the use of the council chauffeur, because of the short distances involved.  He has now stood down from being UKIP's candidate for N.W.L. CC elections.

Mr. Parsons said: “I don’t think North West Leicestershire was the seat for me.
“There will be other opportunities
He did not say where he might stand.

Read more::
http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/Leicestershire-County-Council-launches-legal/story-22972087-detail/story.html#ixzz3EKcntWsE



Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Minutes of the Leicestershire BNP meeting in Charnwood on Saturday 20 September 2014.

 The Meeting was opened by Regional Organiser Geoff Dickens.

The minutes of the last meeting were read by the Secretary, Mike Robinson, and agreed.


First to speak was Geoff Dickens and Geoff started by giving a run-down of recent events, including the results of a local by-election in Charnwood. Here we received 3.2% of the vote. Costs were £400-500 and this was not a good result. It is important now, he told us, that Cathy holds her seat (Charnwood BC) come the next election.

He also gave us details of progress in the party since the departure of the former party Chairman, Nick Griffin. A great deal of acquired debts have been sorted, and paid off, most of which were as a result of court cases in which the Party was involved.


After a tea break, our Speaker, Dr Phil Edwards, took to the floor telling us that we are a democratic group and that we normally select election candidates from amongst our own ranks. We don`t usually bring in total strangers at election times, as do the so-called ` 3 major parties`. `Doc` was having trouble making himself understood due to a serious `knock` he`d received earlier this year, which had damaged both his teeth and general palate area. He`d been a Tory years ago, he said, but they were now `politically correct` as well as being pro-multiculturalism.

He went on to state an obvious fact, in that people who'd lived and developed as national groups 1000`s of miles apart, were different; a fact no one but an idiot would deny. His eloquent talk was received, as always, with enthusiasm by the audience.

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Leicester Activists Join Rotherham Protest + Update 13th September

Leicester activists joined local Rotherham activists with their day of action to demand that criminal prosecutions be bought those responsible for allowing the continuation of child grooming even though they knew  what was happening. 
Our message was well received by both parents and non parents alike. People expressed their disgust at the council and police inaction to bring the perpetrators to justice and to protect our children. 
Please read more on this topic on www.bnp.org.uk.

13th September:-

Leicester activist again joined forces with local and other non local BNP activists in Rotherham. 
There was another fantastic response with thousands of leaflets being given out in and around the Parkgate shopping centre.