For the Record


Guest contribution by Colin Bex, Wessex Regionalist candidate for Witney

The Editor
The Oxford Times
Newspaper House
Osney Mead
Oxford
OX2 0EJ
Sir,
I refer to your report ‘One of the safest seats in Britain’ (Oxford Times 30 April 2015 p.7) by Luke Sproule.
Under the caption ‘THE CANDIDATES’, there is no mention of four of the candidates standing for Witney including myself – Colin Bex Wessex Regionalists – the party for Wessex.
A cursory note at the end of the report patronisingly lists ‘other’ candidates (including myself), two of whom already are featured as ‘THE CANDIDATES’.
Contrary to the allegation so called ‘other’ candidates did not provide biography details – on Wednesday 22 April I personally visited Newspaper House at Osney Mead and hand delivered the press release attached together with my details, and further, I provided my biography to a reporter in person, and attended a photo-call at his request in which I saw results of some twenty images taken of my likeness all of which I was assured would be available for choice for future publication both in your organ and in your sister daily, the Oxford Mail.
For the time being as you should well know, all candidates standing in British elections do so on the same terms as all the others, so at the very least these omissions constitute journalistic incompetence – at worst they constitute culpable bias not least in depriving the Witney electorate of information crucial to their being able to cast a vote intelligently based on the information provided which must be made available to them.
Following the flagrant abuse by Churches Together against democracy on Friday 10 April in which seven candidates not only were excluded from addressing the 1% selectively cleansed minority of constituents, also they were banned from so much as witnessing this travesty of democracy – as were both the national and local press photographers present, I should have expected that local press such as yourselves would have made sure you would redress such democratic deficit – not compound it.
No wonder people need the opportunity to vote for me and others who are standing against such shenanigans being allowed to occur ever again.
Before deciding how to vote, all voters are entitled to know that I am standing to make Witney one of the safest seats in Britain – safe that is from the damage and betrayal being planned as I write by the three people whose likenesses feature at the head of the report, and that my aim is to poll more than 22,000 votes to be able to win Witney for a majority of its good people to be able to reclaim their lives and rightful freedoms from malicious debt and from any further damaging diktat from the next Westminster government – from what ever most likely unlawful concoction it may be contrived.
Kindly note, if you fail to publish this letter in the next issues both of the Oxford Times and the Oxford Mail together with a report on both the press releases attached, before and on the day of the election – in full together with a full and unambiguous apology, not only shall I lodge an election petition declaring the results of the election void – also I shall take legal advice on what action may be available to me against both your organs on account of your part in depriving me and the electorate of our respective democratic rights as set out by the Electoral Commission, the Representation of the People Act and the Levison Report.
Kindly acknowledge receipt of this letter and respond without delay.
Yours sincerely,
Colin Bex
Candidate, Witney,
Wessex Regionalists – the party for Wessex
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