UKIP candidate Otto Inglis would be 'genuine opposition' if elected
Edinburgh-based businessman Otto Inglis said he would be an 'independent minded MSP'.
The UKIP candidate for the Aberdeen Donside by-election has said he makes no secret he is not local to Aberdeen but that he would “listen to local people”.
Edinburgh-based businessman Otto Inglis said he would be an “independent minded MSP” and “genuine opposition at Holyrood”.
Mr Inglis has previously stood for the party in the 2010 general election in the Dunfermline and Fife West ward and in the 2012 Edinburgh Council elections for the Almond ward.
He branded the SNP as “frauds” and said no party was more against the splitting of the UK than UKIP.
Stating that he has a Japanese wife, Mr Inglis said UKIP was not anti-immigration but wanted to ensure the number of people coming to the UK was controlled.
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