Nigel Farage Condemns Royal Mail Postman for Defacing Reform UK Election Leaflets with ‘Racists’ in Greater Manchester

In a controversial incident caught on a doorbell camera, a Royal Mail postman has been recorded defacing Reform UK election leaflets by scribbling the word ‘racists’ on them before delivering them to homes.

The footage shows the postman using a marker to mark the leaflets before slipping them through letterboxes in Worsley and Eccles, Greater Manchester.

The election material in question featured Reform UK leaders Nigel Farage and Richard Tice alongside candidate Craig Birtwistle.

Nigel Farage, visibly upset by the incident, took to Twitter demanding swift action from Royal Mail.

He emphasized the seriousness of the matter, calling for a thorough investigation.

A spokesperson for Reform UK condemned the act as criminal damage, urging both Royal Mail and the police to take immediate disciplinary and legal actions against the responsible postal worker.

In response to the incident, Royal Mail assured the public of their commitment to election integrity, stating that they are actively investigating the matter.

They reaffirmed their dedication to delivering election materials with the utmost professionalism and neutrality.

Political Fallout and Further Controversy

This incident comes amidst heightened political tensions involving Reform UK, particularly Nigel Farage’s recent comments on international affairs, including his stance on the Ukraine conflict.

Farage’s controversial remarks have sparked criticism from various political figures, further fueling the debate surrounding Reform UK’s policies and leadership.

Campaign Focus and Policy Stance

Despite the controversy, Farage continued to rally support around Reform UK’s policy priorities, particularly focusing on immigration reforms and national defense in his campaign speeches.

His bold statements and policy positions have polarized public opinion, drawing both support and criticism across the political spectrum.

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