In this case Cllr Elliott and UKIP need to cooperate fully and transparently and publicly answer the questions over their collusion in breaking election law. Nothing less will be acceptable”.
“Cllr Elliott is quick to allege law breaking across Northumberland yet we have a prima facie case where he’s fallen 11 months short and spent money in the election which isn’t properly accounted for. He must come clean and cooperate with the cross agency investigation in the most transparent way”.
Northumberland County Council
Parliamentary Election 2015
Blyth Valley Constituency
Thursday 7 May 2015
I, the undersigned, (Acting) Returning Officer for the above constituency, hereby give notice that I have received a spending return from the following candidate:
The return was not submitted within the statutory deadline for returns to be made but has since been submitted to my satisfaction.
A notice to this effect should have been, but was not published within 10days of my receiving the return. A determination period has been in effect whilst the validity of the return was established. This notice is published within 10days of the date on which the return was determined valid.
This return and its associated declaration, along with all others received, can be inspected at: County Hall, Morpeth, by contacting the Elections Office on 01670
624811 during office hours (9am – 5pm Monday to Friday) within two years of the date of the Parliamentary Election above.
Geoff Paul (Acting) Returning Officer, County Hall,
Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 2EF
Published in the News Post Leader
Thursday April 14, 2016