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It is believed the Ukip hopeful, who has not been identified, wrote ‘UKIP’ as the name of their party on the paperwork, Cambridge News reported.
Strict Electoral Commission rules state the candidate should have written ‘UK Independence Party’, as the name of the party must be written in full.
‘The description on the nomination paper did not match the one on the certificate of nomination.’ It’s the latest gaffe to come from a party with a mistake-prone history – so here are some classics: A list of Ukip gaffes has to start and end with Nigel Farage.
The ex-party leader once told MEPs they have ‘never done a proper day’s work’ in their lives during a fiery speech. He was standing right in front of Vytenis Andriukaitis, a heart surgeon and Legion d’Honneur recipient, who produced a superb facepalm for the occasion.
The grandfather-of-four said: ‘I keep telling him to go but he just comes straight back to me.
A Ukip candidate was disqualified from standing for a council election – because they couldn’t fill out a form properly.
No one likes motorways – and Farage really hates them.
With their abbreviated dialect - WLTM, GSOH, SWF - and cliched appeals, personal ads these days can appear anything but personal. It's always fun scanning through lonely hearts sections in newspapers and magazines.
Whether we're looking for love, or just a little curious, or idling away the time on a train journey, there's something intriguing about small ads.
They are windows into other people's lives and many make for compulsive reading.
He fed and watered Squeaky as he grew and became his surrogate parent – even teaching the pigeon to fly in the back garden of his home in Haverhill, Suffolk.