UKIP Leader Under Fire For Lover’s ‘Racist’ Royal Slur

UKIP Leader Under Fire For Lover's 'Racist' Royal Slur

UKIP chief Henry Bolton’s girlfriend made racist remarks about Prince Harry’s fiance.

London:  The chief of Britain’s anti-EU, anti-immigration UK Independence Get together (UKIP) confronted calls to resign on Sunday after his girlfriend reportedly made racist remarks about Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle.
Henry Bolton, who was elected in September, mentioned his 25-year-old companion Jo Marney had been suspended from the celebration after the textual content messages have been printed within the Mail on Sunday newspaper.
However one celebration politician mentioned she ought to have been expelled, whereas a UKIP member of the European Parliament mentioned it was time for the “inexperienced” chief to “go quietly”.
In keeping with the tabloid, Marney wrote messages to a buddy complaining that Markle — an American actress of combined race who is because of marry Harry in Could — would “taint our royal household” along with her “seed”.
“Subsequent shall be a Muslim PM (prime minister). And a black king,” she was reported to have written.
In an announcement, Marney mentioned her remarks have been “intentionally exaggerated to make a degree” and have been taken out of context, however “I absolutely recognise the offence they’ve brought on”.
‘Disgraceful remarks’

Bolton is the third elected chief of UKIP since Nigel Farage resigned after serving to safe a vote to go away European Union in June 2016, and the celebration has struggled to discover a function.
UKIP chairman Paul Oakden mentioned that Bolton, who lately made headlines as a consequence of his resolution to go away his spouse and date Marney, had some “tough choices to make”.
The celebration’s governing board will meet subsequent weekend and can seek the advice of with the previous military officer “if he’s nonetheless the chief at that time”, he informed the BBC.
Oakden mentioned the approaching yr could be “essential” for Brexit negotiations, including: “We should be behind our chief 100 p.c in taking that battle ahead.
“Whether or not or not the celebration decides it keen to offer that help to Henry is for the celebration to resolve.”
UKIP MEP Invoice Etheridge mentioned: “We’re seeing UKIP sources used to defend Henry’s non-public life.
“Henry doesn’t have the expertise, the political nous or recommendation to cope with the problems he faces…. He should go, he should go rapidly, he should go as quietly as doable.”

Peter Whittle, a UKIP member of the London Meeting, tweeted: “These are disgraceful remarks. This individual shouldn’t simply be suspended from @UKIP however expelled altogether.”