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UKIP gets aggressive with new campaign ads


From UK Telegraph…

Ukip aim to win the contest on the back of public outrage over the abuse. It has released posters bearing the slogan “1,400 reasons to vote”, showing a distressed young woman in a hotel corridor.

Mr Clarkson said only he was prepared to tackle the issue, whereas Labour want to offer voters “candyfloss and forgiveness.”

“If we don’t get this right, we are going to see other organisations marching on the streets and demonstrating. People aren’t daft and if don’t get it right and it’s not seen to be squeaky clean they’ll be back – the EDL and Britain First,” said Mr Clarkson.

“People are so angry and they want to make sure it’s not covered up. They will be out demonstrating, and that affects the people of ROtherham and the daytime economy.”

He insisted his campaign is about effective and fair policing, not race.

“Why are we having this campaign? Because the child sexual exploitation has not been handled properly by the council and the police who allowed political correctness to get in the way and leaving people walking on eggshells,” he said.

Mr Clarkson said he would use a victory to push for prosecutions of council officials and social workers who may have turned a blind eye to the abuse.

“Labour want candyfloss and forgiveness. I want a criminal investigation,” he said.

UKIP is putting up other hard hitting campaign posters in Britain.