This week I caught up with the Brexit Party on the EU elections campaign trail and was hugely impressed by the Blitzkrieg operation I saw. Any new party that can field candidates as strong as Ann Widdecombe (formerly a senior minister in John Major’s Conservative government) and Roger Lane-Nott (a retired rear-admiral who commanded the submarine HMS Splendid during the Falklands War) clearly deserves to be taken seriously.
Widdecombe and Lane-Nott had come to a meet-the-candidates event held at Highcliffe Castle in Dorset on the south coast of England. They went down a storm with prospective voters. The event was so popular that there wasn’t space to fit everyone in — until Widdecombe personally intervened to help squeeze in all the well-wishers who’d been denied entrance.
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