+++ Breaking +++ Cable to oppose Withers becoming LPUK leader

UPDATED: Andrew has now made a statement, published in the next post.


+++ Breaking +++

Secretary of Business, Innovation & Skills Objects To Andrew Withers Being Leader of the Libertarian Party.

Quote From emailed letter received from Vince Cable’s Solicitors Dated 12th November 2010 to the Bristol District Registry

‘Our Client does not consider that Mr Withers has currently demonstrated sufficient need for leave in respect of the (Libertarian Party)’



It seems that you now need the permission of the Government to be a Libertarian.

It is the latest move in the 3 year battle that Andrew Withers has had with the Department of Business Innovation and Skills, a battle that Liam Fox MP called a Scandal. (background in previous press release and Andrew Withers Interview)

As each day passes this begins to look more like political interference and one wonders where this will lead in the wider political arena if the illegal actions of BIS are not exposed and publicly examined.

One can only surmise, but its always the cover-up that causes the scandal.


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3 Responses to +++ Breaking +++ Cable to oppose Withers becoming LPUK leader

  1. Holl says:

    With respect (and due to the fact that I’ve spent the night on Cuban rum), fuck them and the horse they rode in on.

    Since when does Cable dictate who gets elected/involved in a party that is of no affiliation to the coagulation?

    It’s long gone time for speaking and long gone time for shooting the bastards (or for lamp-posts and piano wire).

  2. EDDIE G says:

    These communist bastards make my piss itch, there time is coming soon because one thing they dont realise, is that trying to diminish us is only making us stronger and louder.

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