Exposed: Anti-Farage Remain Protest Linked To EU Bankers And EU Funded Trades Unions

Laurence Durnman
A co-ordinated attempt to disrupt UKIP’s poster campaign launch today is linked to a former European Union (EU) banker, EU-funded trades unions, and the Wall Street hedge fund-backed hard-left group Hope Not Hate, Breitbart London can exclusively reveal. Activists continued their relentless pursuit of UKIP leader Nige Farage on the campaign trail by boxing in the UKIP poster bus with two digital advert vans with large screens reading: “Don’t wake up with Nigel next Friday”, and, “Right on the ball Lord Farage, Minister For Health.” They also blocked the view of photographers with signs reading: “United Kingdom, Not Divided Kingdom!” The signs were homemade to portray the protest as grassroots driven – yet it was anything but.   In small text below the signs was their legally-mandated campaign imprint: “Promoted by Laurence Durnan on behalf of Best For Our Future Limited”. ‘Best For Our Future’ was registered as a private, limited company on May 5th this year at a mysterious shell address’ used by firms wishing to hide their true whereabouts. Among the company’s ten listed directors is Cormac Hollingsworth, an economic policy consultant who has worked for the European Investment Bank, blogs for Left Foot Forward, and is listed online