This Writer cannot, of course, condone such sabotage attempts against any political party by members of others.

But it does occur to me that, if people don’t pick up their reserved tickets, they may become available for purchase again. Don’t they?

So perhaps the image conveys an accurate measurement of UKIP’s support in Stoke-on-Trent Central?

People [played] a prank on UKIP by reserving tickets to their event in Stoke.

It was the first major event for UKIP in Stoke for the upcoming by-election.

And by most standards it was a bit of a disaster… There were plenty of empty seats.

The UKIP disaster came after they advertised their event online, allowing anyone to reserve the free tickets.

That offer was naturally taken up by plenty of lefties who had no intention of turning up.

Source: Farage & Nuttall face embarrassment of half-empty hall in Stoke after ticket prank | Political Scrapbook

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