Monday, March 01, 2010

Freed before Charles and Camilla turn up

I'm delighted to hear that the two Brits, Michael Turner and Jason McGoldrick, who were locked up in Hungary because of the European Arrest Warrant, have been freed finally.

The Telegraph covers it, fails to mention that only UKIP didn't support it in the European Parliament, and also that one of the fathers thanked UKIP MEP William Dartmouth for his efforts in trying to release his son.

Because, you see, that would really be an inconvenient truth: a ghastly law which the consensus parties voted for and you can't do anything about unless we leave the EU.

Now, what about Andrew Symeou? He's still locked up in a Greek jail on the signature of a magistrate in Greece.

1 comment:

ukipwebmaster said...

Nigel apologises to bank clerks: