In a closed Facebook group called ‘YI Faculty’, Oscar Gomez, a former local election candidate in North East Derbyshire, wrote: “Roll the fat fuck down the street and straight to the RSPCA.
We can flog her off as an unwanted butchers dog.”After being shown the comments by Huff Post UK, Duffy’s campaign manager Jay Beecher said: “The comments made by certain members are utterly disgraceful and have no place in Ukip, let alone civilised modern-day society.“These vile attacks on her are clearly just a childish attempt by some of her competitors who see her as the main contender.
Being unproven, it may not be the bombshell it was intended to be. If Mr Steele were a rogue private operative, that would be troubling enough. I have no doubt that MI6 must have had full knowledge of his role in researching and then assembling his dossier, before offering it to Trump’s political enemies.
" Six weeks later in the Evening Standard, Thomson said the South London Guardian article put the Stuckists in a difficult position, as he had been promised the gallery was run as a commercial enterprise, and it was "outrageous" that the show should be used to promote Scientology, linking it to the Stuckists, who had no connection with the Church.
Interviewed later by Scott, Thomson said that his remarks in the Evening Standard represented how he saw matters at the time, but that he accepted Scott's subsequent explanation that there was no intention to link the show and the Church and Scott did not realise the article would do this; Thomson said to Scott that the matter was a misunderstanding which had been resolved, and the Stuckists had continued to show successfully at the gallery: "For the record, I have always found you to be a very honest and principled person with a genuine passion for art." It coincided with the opening of Vine's major show at Modern Art Oxford and was occasioned by Thomson's anger that the material promoting her show omitted any mention of her time with the Stuckists, which he said had had an influence on galvanising her previously "fairly ordinary" work.
As we leave the EU, we urgently need to strike a trade deal with the U. MI6 has an exceptionally close and strong relationship with the CIA (an organisation which British intelligence officers helped to create in the immediate aftermath of World War II).
S., the largest economy in the world and historically our closest ally. So when, as now, MI6 chiefs believe, with considerable justification, that their transatlantic counterparts are being sidelined, they feel sympathetic and want to help.
In May 2008, Jason James, head of the British Council in Tokyo, ordered a print from the gallery of Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision, Thomson's "infamous" painting of Tate gallery director, Sir Nicholas Serota, with a view to unveiling it during Serota's forthcoming visit.
In June 2008, the gallery opened Go Figure a figurative exhibition by nine artists including Diarmuid Byron O'Connor, Beth Carter, Mila Judge Furstova, Gay Ribisi, Dormice, Carmen Giraldez, Charles Thomson, Thomas Ostenberg and Paul Normansell.
Trump is now engaged in a fight to the death with the CIA, the independent agency responsible for providing national security intelligence to the White House and senior U. Also, it is a high-stakes drama which directly involves Britain, and in particular our foreign intelligence service, MI6.
We have learnt that Christopher Steele, a former MI6 officer who reportedly once headed the agency’s Russian desk at MI6 headquarters in Vauxhall Cross, South London, was the mastermind behind the dossier of lurid accusations about Trump’s activities in a Moscow hotel suite.
We’re busy fighting for a bright future for Ukip, so we’ll do what we’ve always done: rise above them” What is it about the folk who have floated to the top of the septic tank that is Ukip?