Ex-Sheffield maths teacher launches bid to become new Ukip leader

Ex-Sheffield maths teacher launches bid to become new Ukip leader

A former Sheffield maths teacher is running to become the new leader of Ukip.

Jonathan Arnott, who grew up in Handsworth and is now an MEP for the North East, has announced his candidacy to replace Nigel Farage.

Mr Arnott, aged 35 and a former teacher at Handsworth Christian School, said he hopes to give Ukip a wider appeal and will hold the Government to account to ensure it delivers Britain’s exit from the European Union.

Read on… http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/ex-sheffield-maths-teacher-launches-bid-to-become-new-ukip-leader-1-8009797

2 thoughts on “Ex-Sheffield maths teacher launches bid to become new Ukip leader

  1. Whilst the attention is focused on the two main Parties, UKIP are quietly selecting their own new Leader, the News people should not be dismissing what is going on at UKIP HQ. If they select a leader who appeals to the Public, not only could they increase their 4 million votes, but overtake the Labour Party if they split. Now Farage has gone, do not write them off, they will re-brand and turn to internal politics, targeting the North.

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