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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A UKIP candidate has today been snapped giving the finger to a member of the public while she was out attempting the encourage people to join the party.

Atkinson, who is the party’s South East chair has perviously described her self as Nigel Farage’s two,

She was snapped with her middle finger up in Ashford in Kent, at apparent protestors.

Eye witnesses have said she was making jibes about the body size of one of the protestors, she later tweeted a picture of the protestors.

She tweeted “@JaniceUKIP: The attractive face of the Greens, apparently. Harassing public in Ashford today. Many complained, one to police”.

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