'Independent' Student Paper Tells UKIP MEP to 'F**k His Mother' Following Press Release

'Independent' Student Paper Tells UKIP MEP to 'F**k His Mother' Following Press Release

Britain’s UK Independence Party (UKIP) has received abusive responses to a press release issued today. A student ‘journalist’ working at the self-described “independent national student newspaper” the Student Times, which has a circulation of around 150,000 every fortnight encouraged the UKIP official to engage in incest.

Paul Nuttall, who is the deputy leader of UKIP stated in a press release: “Universities are more concerned about making money than ever before, and I am seriously concerned that by relaxing their entry requirements many students that would never have normally been offered a place will find it too difficult and there’ll be a lot dropping out over the next 12 months.”

Instead of taking interest, as a responsible newspaper editor would, UKIP received the following reply from the news@studenttimes.org e-mail address: 

“You can tell Paul Nuttall to go and fuck his mother.”

One UKIP staffer replied, “Charmed”, to which another reply came: 

“It must be really lonely working in Europe working for a bunch of fascist wankers. Now take us off your mailing list prick”.

Speaking to Breitbart London, Nuttall said of the incident: “I was astonished that the correspondent asked me to indulge in something not only unpalatable but also illegal. 

“I can’t believe a reputable student magazine is apparently run by foul mouthed privileged left wing students who think that is an appropriate way to respond to a press release they do not agree with.

“It speaks volumes about the state of education in this country and his or her grasp of the Queen’s English. I can only hope that when the anonymous correspondent from the Student Times grows up, gets a job and has responsibilities they will look back and be thoroughly embarrassed by what they have done.”

Breitbart London sent an e-mail to the Student Times asking for a comment, and discussed the matter with a spokesperson at their parent company, Sugar Media and Marketing. 

“UKIP is a hate party. It is a racist party,” he said. “If UKIP insists on spreading lies and hate around the UK then you can understand why a 17-year-old student journalist from Europe would respond this way”. 

When challenged as to the decency and clear political bias on display at the Student Times, the spokesperson agreed that while the reply was not polite, he regarded it as legitimate. 

Sugar Media and Marketing claims to be a “market-leading publishing company specialising in education, careers and the advancement of cultural diversity.”