Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Chicken Gordon ducks out of constituency hustings

As in 2005 Gordon Brown shows his contempt for the other candidates and arrogance to the voters by ducking out of a hustings in his constituency of Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath.
Fife Branch of the Federation of Small Businesses has organised hustings in each of the Fife constituencies but the one planned for Kirkcaldy has been called off after Chicken Gordon would not attend. As the "star" attraction wasn't going to be there so the Courier's hustings chairman Steve Bargeton decided it wasn't good enough for him either. So the whole hustings have been cancelled depriving the other candidates of having the opportunity to put their case to the FSB members. The chance for me, the UKIP candidate, to let the FSB members know that we can reduce the burden on small businesses when we exit the EU and get rid of so much of the un-necessary one-size-fits-all EU regulation restricting the small business.
UKIP's policy for small business will be published in the next few days so keep an eye out for it at
If you do meet up with Chicken Gordon ask him why he's frightened to meet the other candidates on the hustings in Kirkcaldy.

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