The news is sad (although I am happy for her) about the resignation from parliament by Louise Mensch (nee Bagshawe) in the Corby riding. But there is something the voters of Corby can do to thank Ms. Mensch for her service: Vote UKIP in the by-election! They have a fine candidate [Margot Parker] who has sound ideas and has been successful in the private sector (according to this interview):
She says her key aims are to create jobs for our youngsters, support the rebuilding of manufacturing industries, end open-border immigration, stop taxing workers on minimum wage, stop sending £53m a day to “prop up failed EU economies”, and train children to “succeed and win”.
Margot has worked and run businesses in from telecoms to fashion, she was a fashion buyer for South American retailers. She has spent 15 years as European advisor and spokesman for the promotional products industry working in a voluntary capacity with the trade associations advising mainly SMEs. In recognition of her services to industry Margot was made a fellow of the British Promotional Merchandise Association and was awarded its Sword of Honour in 2007.
Among other campaigns she was involved in fighting the use of child labour in the garment industry.
Voting for UKIP is increasingly becoming the only option for British voters. The EU crisis is about to boil over again and the Finns have already started their contingency plan for the collapse of the eurozone. The voters in Corby can take matters into their own hands by electing Margot Parker to Parliament.