THE BREXIT PARTY CANDIDATE STANDING AGAINST TOMMY ROBINSON IN THE UPCOMING EURO ELECTIONS ON THURSDAY HAS BEEN CRITICIZED OVER HER SUPPORT OF THE IRA TERRORIST GROUP BY THE FATHER OF ONE OF THEIR VICTIMS.
EUROPEAN elections candidate Claire Fox was a leading member of the far-left Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) which defended the fatal attack.
Colin Parry, whose son Tim died in the 1993 bombing, said she “should disavow these comments if that’s her position”.
Tim Parry, 12, and Johnathan Ball, three, were killed in the IRA bombing on March 20, 1993, which left 56 others injured.
The RCP defended “the right of the Irish people to take whatever measures necessary in their struggle for freedom” in the party’s newsletter published shortly after the killings.
Mr Parry, who set up the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation with his wife Wendy to provide conflict resolution and victim support, said Ms Fox should explain her position.
He added: “For somebody to come out with comments I believe she made, and being an apologist for the IRA, is absolutely disgraceful.
“If this woman would care to explain her comments back at that time to me and my wife, I would like her to do so.”
Fox, a devout far-left-winger, was bizarrely chosen to stand as a candidate by The Brexit Party, and has since proven to be nothing but a hindrance as her true beliefs have come to the surface.
“I won’t be voting for the b*tch” one voter from Warrington told Politicalite. “I think it’s disgusting that so many of these lefties support terrorism and the IRA these days. I can’t get my head around it. I’d rather vote for Jeremy-F*cking-Corbyn than Claire, and that says everything”.