The UKIP NI copy-writer doesn’t like full-stops. Indeed, it would appear, he (or she) doesn’t like any form of punctuation other than commas. And some of the spelling is equally weird.
Here’s one paragraph from the site:
UKIP MLA David McNarry and UKIP NI Chairman Cllr Henry Reilly have agreed to sit on the new Unionist Forum and attended its inaugral meeting on 9th January, the Forum has been set up in response to the concerns many people have throughout Northern Ireland in response to the Belfast City Council decision to reduce the nember of days the Union flag flys over Belfast City hall which is the premier civic building in Northern Ireland, Cllr Reilly stated, this about more than just a flag, there have been a number of issues in recent times that are causing massive concern for ordinary people including the Police decision to bring prosecutions against former members of the Parachute Regiment who were present in Londonderry on so-called Bloody Sunday, this was over 40 years ago and most of the men involved are in their 60′s, 70′s and some in their 80′s and any investigation is uncalled for and provocative especially when we see Martin Maguinness who was named in recent reports as being in posession of a machine gun on Bloody Sunday now being dupety First Minister of part of the United Kingdom and apparently immune from prosecution, UKIP understands that all these issues have caused massive anger and frustration in Northern Ireland but there can be no excuse for violence and the new Forum can offer a facility for the public to have its views made known.
Good to see UKIP NI setting an example for fine written English. Inspirational for our young people.