The Brexit Party may have stood aside but UKIP is continuing to turn the pressure up on Conservative MPs who have backed the Remain cause
UKIP candidate Geoff Bentley has been out campaigning in Romsey in Hampshire at a street stall, talking to voters in the town.
“I feel very proud to have been able to provide a real choice in Romsey and Southampton North for those who really want this country out of the European Union,” Geoff said.
He was dismayed to find some Brexiteers still willing to back Boris’s bogus Brexit by voting for a Conservative candidate who is an arch Remainer and who voted for the ‘Benn Surrender Act’, preventing a withdrawal from the European Union.
This is a Remainer who had the party whip removed for voting against her own Conservative government and against the wishes of the 17.4 million people who voted Leave in the Referendum.
She did all this despite promising to honour that result when she stood as a candidate in the 2017 election.
“This is why it is so important for me to be standing here in Romsey and Southampton North. I urge all Brexiteers to vote for UKIP in this general election because we need to send a message to any future Government that only a full clean exit from the European Union is good enough,” Geoff added.
In the House of Commons a UKIP MP will hold the government's feet to the fire. A UKIP representative would raise every important question without fear, no matter how ‘politically incorrect’.