Shock As UKIP Leader Found To Be Not 100% Honest


COUNSELLING services are being offered to members of the British public who are suffering the shocking effects of learning that a senior UKIP member may not have been 100% honest.

Paul Nuttall, UKIP leader, came under fire this week over claims made on his website that he had lost “close personal friends” in the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.

Given the absolutely truthful and above-board nature of everything that UKIP say and do, many were left reeling in shock after Nuttall admitted that the claims were not true, and that he had no idea about how they appeared on his website.

Nuttall went on to state that he had actually been at Hillsborough during the disaster, and had known of people that died there, but nobody that he was close to, adding “now that’s true, you can print that bit”.

The admission was of little comfort to the thousands of Britons who found themselves slump to the ground as they dealt with the realisation that UKIP may not be the virtuous organisation they appear to be.

“I just don’t know what’s real anymore,” said one UKIP voter, hooked up to a morphine drip.

“I mean, this is UKIP we’re talking about… they’ve never told a lie in their history. I… I just don’t know how the nation will cope with this. I really don’t”.

In a bid to win back the trust of people, UKIP will tour Britain in a big red bus with “Nuttall was at Hillsborough, honest” written on the side of it.