A message for UKIP voters in Wallasey and Moreton

Wallasey & Moreton

Next month’s vote on the UK staying, or leaving the EU, means there is little point in voting UKIP at the Council elections.

UKIP seems to agree: 14 of the 23 seats being contested in Wirral have no UKIP candidate. Their ‘local’ candidate for Wallasey lives in Liverpool.

UKIP membership has fallen by around a quarter and doubts exist about it’s long term future as a political party.

At last year’s election, they received the backing of barely 10% of local people. They can’t win here.

That’s why UKIP supporters are saying they will be voting for the local Conservatives in the council elections on Thursday 5th May: to stop Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour candidate from being elected instead.

The danger in this constituency is that UKIP splits the anti-Labour vote and let’s the Labour candidate in through the back door.

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