Tuesday, 11 June 2013

The strange case of the UKIP councillor who believes he was elected because the voters thought he was a woman

After the surprise election of many UKIP councillors across the country there have been some stories in the press about some of those elected. In Cornwall I've been disappointed that our contingent of kippers (or shoal as my search for a collective noun decided) have been less colourful than elsewhere.

But today my patience was rewarded with the story of the councillor who believes he was elected because the voters thought he was a woman.

The West Briton has the full story. Sadly, the paper didn't ask another Vivian (Hall, the new Tory councillor for Altarnun) for his opinion on the matter.

Of course, neither are quite as colourful as this Vyvyan:



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