Will sinkhole in the main street lose UKIP the Newark byelection?

Sudden sink hole shuts Newark street
3:55pm Tue May 20, 2014
A Newark road will remain closed over the Bank Holiday weekend after a large sinkhole appeared.
Mr Malcolm Peet examines the hole on Queen's Road. 200514DD3-7

Mr Malcolm Peet examines the hole on Queen’s Road. 200514DD3-7

Queen’s Road, Newark, was closed on Monday at its junction with Bargate, Northgate and Appletongate following the discovery of the hole which is estimated to be between 6ft and 10ft deep.

It extends from the centre of the road towards Morrisons carpark.

Engineers from Nottinghamshire County Council and Severn Trent Water have examined the hole but have yet to establish its cause.

The county council said the road would remain closed until at least Bank Holiday Monday.

Mr Malcolm Peet of Malcolm Peet Ltd said staff at his garage noticed the road was sinking yesterday and contacted the county council who sent repairmen out to fill the dip.

Mr Peet said when they tried to fill the dip the road fell through to reveal the cavernous hole beneath.

A spokesman for the county council said the road would remain closed while work took place to establish the cause of the collapse and repair the damage.

Things to come.  Things that will swing elections.  Sinkholes caused by fracking.

TAP – I’m not saying this hole is caused by a frack, although it could be.  If the hole grows any bigger and threatens the footings of Morrisons supermarket, it could alert even more people in Newark to the dangers of fracturing underground rock formations.  Local people are already up in arms about the fracking that’s been done there, and the Green candidate is cleaning up support based on opposing fracking, potentially depriving UKIP of their much longed for first Westminster seat.

The Green Party candidate says – “It’s hard to tell how we will do in this by-election … We are the only party to oppose HS2, and one of our main issues is being against fracking, which a lot of people are concerned about.”

UNISON worker Mr Kirwan, who says he is the only local candidate within the main five parties, said he would campaign to stop fracking in the Newark area, pointing instead to solar panels as a better way to provide renewable energy.

“It’s important that people understand the repercussions of fracking, it’s a short-term energy solution, and the fact that the government are planning to buy people out in exchange for drilling under their house tells you it’s a bad idea.

TAP – Roger Helmer (Pictured) has already dropped talk of fracking in his recent Newark speech on energy, saying the future is coal.  It would be just great if one sinkhole could turn the result of the byelection.  Farage should go ahead and declare his new policy programme, with a ban on fracking.  That is if he seriously wants to win seats at Westminster.  Let’s move on from ‘Love Britain’ to saving the place.  

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8 Responses to “Will sinkhole in the main street lose UKIP the Newark byelection?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It may have nothing to do with fracking, but the new phenomenen of sinkholes does coincide with the onset of fracking, as do the incidences of chest infections and brain deterioration coincide with the advent of chemtrailing.

    As someone once said, no such thing as coincidence?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nice one henry, my doctor is retiring soon and he doesnt care and he warns people about chemtrailing quite openly and i gather other doctors are doing so too. The chemicals used in fracking are an official secret
    because they too are deadly

  3. Anonymous says:

    What are some of the symptoms of being trapped by the Matrix?

    Your main source of news is the traditional news networks. (Traditional news sources are the means by which public opinion, fears, etc., are propagated and manipulated… OK City… 911…)

    You believe most or all of what government and media tells you.

    You readily accept what you are told by the powers that be, even without proof.

    You believe that no conspiracies exist and that the world is a pretty solid and obvious place.

    You live your life in your little cocoon and don’t think outside of it.

    You occasionally catch a glimpse of the truth, but you quickly discard it or ignore it until you “think” it goes away.

    You are content to allow many of the wrongs you happen to see to continue along as long as they don’t affect your little world and those in it.

    You believe the lie that there’s nothing “you” can really do to change anything.

    You feel powerless against any wrongs you happen to see and use that as your excuse for not “getting involved.”

    Now imagine the bulk of humanity accepting the Matrix and its lies, and you don’t have to imagine WHY the world is as it is.
    If the powers that control much of what we see and hear have no resistance, what can we expect? In many ways, we truly ARE “batteries” for the sustaining of the status quo of the world’s elite.

    Does it matter to the “ruling body” that millions are in poverty? NO, because there are enough people who are serving in society to sustain their power base. In fact, there is effort to actually exterminate much of the world’s poor and destitute because they are a burden, both economically, and agriculturally. They are eating and taking resources, and giving little or nothing in return, so why keep these filthy jews around?

    Is THAT the world you want to be responsible for supporting???

  4. Anonymous says:

    i was a member of new labour and the child rapist peter tatchell wanted to stand as a candidate in the elction, there was almosta riot with the threat of mass resignations so they chucked him out
    but he is now involved with the green party and they donate to his boy-nobbing charity
    so avoid the greens like the plague they also support chemtrailing

  5. James says:

    Peter Tatchell has never advocated adults having sex with children. He does not support this. He says adults should NOT have sex with children. He has never advocated the abolition of ages of consent. He has said that if young people of similar ages have sex below the age of 16 they should not be prosecuted, providing they both consent and there is no coercion, manipulation or exploitation. Treating these young people as criminals is wrong. He says they need counselling, not prosecution. Read here: http://bit.ly/opVrXm

  6. Anonymous says:

    I have spent over 20 years sinking shafts and drifts into the ground. That hole in my opinion is man made because it is too perfectly round and vertical. Only a machine could do that. A naturaly formed hole would would give way at the weakest points making an appearance of sideward movements in the decent. In actual fact it would be rock formations like slate sliding over stone giving a random ground shift. Somebodies pulling your plonker or it has been deliberatly done. One thing I would check in the Nottingham area ‘is it an old mine shaft?’.

  7. Tapestry says:

    Whatever the cause, a sinkhole in the middle of a key byelection in the town’s main street is a sign from somewhere. Let’s hope Helmer picks it up and runs with it.

  8. Nollidge says:

    As a net surfer for over 8 years,I can say that there have been increasing reports from around the world of sinkholes.The interesting thing is that back in the 50’s to the 90’s I cannot recall any such reports.
    In fact,until I read about them on the net,I had never heard of such a thing as a sinkhole.

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