Does MP need a one-way ticket to Swansea?

Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans, photographed at Clitheroe Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene.

Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans, photographed at Clitheroe Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene.

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In his letter, Mr Wolstencroft made out some points why he will still support his friend, Nigel Evans.

The points in my (so-called rhetoric and insinuation) letter are still valid. Over the past four General Elections there has been a constant two-thirds of the voters in the Ribble valley who DID NOT vote for Mr Wolstencroft party

A figure of 52,000 voters on average every time.

Regarding Mr Wolstencroft’s friend not being involved in any expenses fiddle, that may be correct, but can his friend explain the many freebie exotic overseas trips he has made at the expense to the public purse of £3,000 to £4,000 a time (www.independent.co.uk.– “after the fiddles comes the freebies”).

Some misguided people in the Valley may think the sun shines out of Mr Evans’ backside, but 52,000 think otherwise.

I have noted a train ticket to Swansea only costs £175 one way, just a thought.

Ron Loebell,

Edisford, Clitheroe