Below is my recent press release regarding the Batley & Spen By-election
Labour’s soap starlet “no-platforms” all other candidates in By-election.
Tracy Brabin’s campaign team have refused to take part in the only independently organised hustings during the Batley & Spen By-election. The hustings was being organised by the Workers of England Union. Tracy Brabin’s team responded to the Union that they were refusing to allow their candidate to appear on the same “platform” as any other candidate in the By-election. The Workers of England Union report this on their website>>> Batley and Spen: Labour shows contempt for Democracy | Workers of England Union
The English Democrats’ view is that not only is this appallingly arrogant and all too typical of Labour apparatchiks sense of entitlement and ownership of areas unfortunate enough to be Labour One Party State Areas, but it is also deeply disrespectful and contemptuous of their electorate.
Robin Tilbrook, the Chairman of the English Democrats said:- “Labour’s lightweight London based EastEnders soap opera starlet candidate for the Batley & Spen By-election and Remainer has been adding to Labour’s reputation as a Party unwilling to engage in democratic debate and mired in a smug sense of its own entitlement.
Remainers like Tracy Brabin have been caught making outrageous slurs on the over 118,000 electors in Kirklees and more than 50% across England who voted for Brexit. They claim as Labour’s new Shadow Home Secretary, Diane Abbott, apparently said at their recent Party Conference that Brexit voters are “stupid and racist”. Tracy Brabin and her election team have now demonstrated not only contempt for anyone with a different opinion to theirs, but also their unwillingness to engage in proper debate in their eagerness to behave like Left-wing Student Union activists in “no-platforming” their opponents.”
Robin Tilbrook added:- “The sooner Labour is driven out of England just as it is being driven out of Scotland the better!” Labour is morally and ideologically bankrupt and bitterly opposed to the interests of the English Nation”.