(not satire – it’s the UKIP!)
In which we get to hear sage political advice from a UKIP spin-doctor…..
UKIP’s general election campaign launch in Scotland didn’t go exactly to plan yesterday.
First of all a video link to Nigel Farage – who seems to have wisely decided to spend his party’s Scottish campaign down in England safely out of the reach of Scottish voters – couldn’t take place due to technical difficulties.
And then one of the UKIP candidates said she didn’t know which constituency she was standing in.
“I don’t know where I’m standing, I think it could be Sutherland,” UKIP candidate Annie Murray happily admitted to the assembled media.
And finally, UKIP candidate Emily Santos – who will take on Alex Salmond in the high-profile Gordon constituency – gave a car-crash interview to the media.
When the tongue-tied candidate was completely unable to answer any questions, the panicking UKIP spin doctor accompanying her was heard to give the excellent advice: “Words – use your words.”
“I don’t know,” was Santos’ brilliant reply.
I just love the UKIP.
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