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Only by removing Nigel Farage and his sycophants on the NEC can we save UKIP from electoral oblivion.
Quite recently, the issue of Nigel Farage's problems in Gibraltar resurfaced. This was during a discussion amongst members of the Westminster press corps.
What little we know, is that when the possibility of UKIP MEPs visiting Gibraltar was put forward, Farage became nervous. Enquiries revealed that he had been involved with a company, based in Gibraltar, and seemingly run by him, and possibly his brother, that was trading futures in African timber. The company, according to our sources, ran into troubles (Farage was never good with money, as his MEPs might testify) and it was wound up. There seem to have been some legal issues that arose, and as a result Farage, we are told, has been advised not to set foot on the rock.
The Telegraph were known to be working on the story a couple of years ago, and one of the UKIP researchers in Brussels, who is well acquainted with a senior Gibraltarian politician in London, confirmed that there is a problem of some sort.
Now, here comes a twist. A certain UKIP MEP was known to his colleagues as "DOM". It transpires that this was an an acronym for "Dirty Old Man" - it seems that the chap in question had a wee problem with the police following the discovery of some sensitive images on his home computer. We don't make accusations - we are sure that his defence, that they were planted on his computer by a person or persons unknown, is absolutely true
But our friends in the Red Lion in Whitehall have suggested that this unpleasant incident might be related to Farage's problems in Gibraltar.
We know that Farage is alleged to cavort with prostitutes, but we sincerely hope this latest allegation is not true, but we are making enquiries.