Here is Richard Tice's first press conference:
I may not particularity want to vote for them, but it would be good to have a fresh set of people as an option to consider - on all sides of the political spectrum.Well, I hope they get a team together and start to get some traction.
I for one don't like the current lack of political choice.
Interesting that a party that's distinctly unreformed should call itself Reform UK.
We can only hope...have they started a new fundraiser yet?
Going by Reform, its predecessors and the current Tory party, the loons essential building bricks for any party of the right. You're destined to remain disappointed.Don't misunderstand me. I'd love to see a party of the right as an alternative to the Tories, just not one populated by squabbling crackpots with all the organisational skills and sense of direction of a litter of puppies.
The article started well with the second word being “racist” and the second paragraph dribbling on about “right wing” agenda. So far, so good with all the Bugsys in a froth of Marxist indignation.