Nigel Farage should face the highest penalty for a serious breach of European Parliament Code of Conduct, according to a leaked letter.
The European Parliament Advisory Committee on the Conduct of Members have called for the Brexit Party leader to face a penalty following an investigation, and the investigation alleged that Nigel Farage’s lifestyle was financed to the tune of £450,000 by Brexit benefactor Arron Banks’ companies in the year following the EU election.
The funds included rent payments, funding security, a driver as well as flights and parties to launch “Brand Farage” in America, and a letter that was leaked to Channel 4 News said that it considers that Nigel Farage committed a serious breach of the Code of Conduct and that it considers that the gravity of Nigel Farage’s conduct would merit the highest penalty foreseen by the Parliament’s Rules of Procedures.
It adds that the Advisory Committee is particularly concerned that the actions of Nigel Farage could cause damage to the integrity and reputation of the European Parliament, and the rules mean that Nigel Farage could be ejected from the European Parliament for up to 30-days, and he wouldn’t be able to accumulate a daily allowance in this time.
In exceptional circumstances, the President could further prevent an MEP from representing Parliament in certain circumstances for up to a year, and the committee’s letter further advised that the President refer Nigel Farage’s behaviour to the European Anti-Fraud Office.
It also states any inquiry should liaise and cooperate with the UK National Investigatory Authorities, including the National Crime Agency, the Electoral Commission and the Metropolitan Police, in order for the complete facts to be established.
The letter concludes that The Advisory Committee strongly believes that the circumstances of the case merit extensive further investigation with continuous EU-level supervision and cross-Member State collaboration, including third countries when necessary, and when contacted by the Mirror, a Brexit Party spokesperson refused to comment, and a party source complained that the committee may have infringed protocol as the letter had been seen before it was given to Nigel Farage.
The highest punishment? Well, I didn’t know that the EU had capital punishment, and I didn’t know that the most pathetically run organisation knew what a sanction was, but it does now appear that this little fake is only interested in a cosy life on Easy Street, yet people have given him that opening for that pampered life.
Nigel Farage is nothing but a confidence trickster and most people have been taken in by him, and he’s been leading his party without any moral principle, and Nigel Farage should be investigated for committing a massive scam on the British people.
Nigel Farage couldn’t lie straight in bed, and it would take a string of psychiatrists a lifetime to comprehend out why some people believed what he said, and I wouldn’t trust him to be the Mayor of Trumpton.
Nigel Farage is a fake and he lacks honesty, and now has a pretty poor reputation, and he will find it extremely hard to come back from this, and we should be raging because that money that was donated and wasn’t used for the promotion of desired party or marketing purposes, and was used for leisure purposes, and, anyone that did donate should prosecute him.
But the EU thought their most formidable feasible punishment was a 30-day stay, but actually Nigel Farage should be booted out, but perhaps they’re a tad concerned that he may be tempted to scatter a few of his own beans about the inner workings of the government because clearly, you don’t spend that many years in an establishment without gathering a little juicy information.
It’s about time this slimy blighter got his just desserts, and we shouldn’t trust him as far as we can throw him because he’s wholly unpleasant, self-centred, and a professional politician that’s been caught out.
Dodgy Nigel, so when do we get to see your financial records?