From the Archives: UKIP member’s strange behaviour in chamber

Another UKIP blog that I thought was worth reminding my readers of was this from 6 February 2012.  During a debate in the plenary chamber in Strasbourg on the subject of sport, Godfrey Bloom made a somewhat odd interjection directed at Tory MEP Emma McClarkin.  It was a completely unintelligible question about something to do with the Cambridge women’s rugby team. 

UKIP member’s strange behaviour in the chamber

You may have already seen this on the Political Scrapbook blog.  It’s so good, I am repeating it for all my European readers who may not have caught it first time round.

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2 responses to “From the Archives: UKIP member’s strange behaviour in chamber

  1. UKIP are a bunch of racist, homophobic, misogynists. I’ll be wearing hostile trousers every day from now on in the hope that they don’t come near me.

  2. Daniel Oxley

    Well, at least he turned up for work! We get told by Euro Parliamentarians again and again how our federal institutions are vital for the economy, jobs, etc. but look at all the rows of empty places in the parliament – surely those who believe that the EU is needed should attend.