Looks like we’re getting under UKIP’s skin

The SKWAWKBOX appears to have become an irritant to UKIP and its supporters, which is very pleasing. The ‘Alt-Politics’ site decided to make this blog a main feature yesterday:


Alt-Politics was kind enough to link to the SKWAWKBOX article, giving more people the chance to see the less than entirely neutral response by the employer of UKIP candidate Fiona Mills to a message from a concerned constituent. That favour will not be returned, but you can find it if you’re a glutton for punishment.

Alt-Politics styles itself as “inspired by the excellent Westmonster site set up by Arron Banks and his organisation, but not connected to it“, but it appears to be just another UKIP front. A glance at its content and claims makes its claim to be a corrective to the “many fake stories [that] abound” highly amusing, given that the source of most fake claims around at the moment stem not even from UKIP as a whole but just from its leader.

In fact, a source close to UKIP told the SKWAWKBOX,

you are very popular reading material for kippers and getting under their skin.

Considering this blog’s role in exposing Mr Nuttall’s claims and actions – and the fact that the mainstream media in the UK and even internationally eventually catch on to some of these exposés and publish them as their own – this is very gratifying but not too surprising.

But of course, this blog would not be achieving anything without its readers, who share articles and, just as essentially, keep feeding information to this blog that lead to yet more revelations on UKIP and other issues and their efforts and support are hugely appreciated. Please keep it up so we can keep having an impact.

It’s an that impact appears to be snowballing, too. The #PaulNuttallFacts hashtag has been trending on Twitter for most of the last 24 hours, inspired by a Guardian article on Mr Nuttall’s claims to have been at Hillsborough and the substantial evidence against them – which, in turn, was based (without credit, I might add) on the SKWAWKBOX exclusive published a month earlier.

Similarly, while some UKIP supporters dismissed this blog’s scoop on the investigation into allegations of huge fraud and distribution of child pornography by UKIP MEPs and officials, a month or more later the mainstream press were ‘revealing‘ it – again, sadly, without credit. Former leader Nigel Farage’s embarrassment over his recent dumping by Donald Trump and the refusal of his work permit have been exposed here and will probably feature in the ‘MSM’ soon, too.

Since UKIP’s by-election canvassing in Stoke and Copeland is apparently returning such poor results that they seem to be driving the party and its leader (and former leader) to ever more ludicrous steps and claims, the SKWAWKBOX is proud to be playing some small role in the long-overdue downturn in their fortunes – simply by shedding some light on the truth of what they get up to.

We’ll be working hard to continue doing so – usually before the mainstream and hopefully with a little credit from them in future when they eventually catch on.

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