According to a blog post by Ian Driver one UKIP council member passed a note indicating that he was out to get another councillor and to "break him".
Do you see the hate that's been voted in?
Below is a copy of the email published in the blog post by Ian Driver.
It was nice to see you on Thursday evening, and fascinating to see how Council failed to engage with the large number of Notices of Motion and questions before it.
During the evening, I was sitting in the public gallery behind a (senior UKIP Councillor), who took to the habit of passing me notes regarding Cllr Worrow and the various NoMs. I thought nothing of it. I understand that he recognised Peter, next to whom I was seated. However, at the end of the meeting, he informed me that he "is out to get Worrow" and to "break him". I have no idea what he means by this, but Peter suggested that I should let you know about the conversation.
I hope that it means little and that it amounts to nothing more than political posturing. See you soon.
What sort of council do we have where this sort of behaviour might be expected to go on?
What does that say about us as voters that we elected such people?
What can we, the voters, do to send a strong message that this is not good enough?
After all as far as I can see this only serves to further damage the already poor reputation of local authorities in Thanet and Kent and undermine what little good is being done on a daily bases by said authorities for Thanet.
Does this violent behaviour surprise you?