Op-ed; Paul Nuttall UKip party leader is standing in the Stoke Central by-election on February 23.
He is already leader of a political party and an MEP but he plans to keep all three roles if he is elected to represent Stoke Central.
Mr Nuttall is already facing accusations of lying and Saturday there could be more getting thrown into the mix.
When Nuttall officially declared his intention to stand in the Stoke Central byelection his place of residence was not in the constituency.
Channel 4's news bloodhound Michael Crick caught up with Nuttall as he was moving into a property in Stoke. This meant as Crick pointed out that Nuttall had falsely declared an address on his election papers.
Saturday the Guardian is reporting Nuttall has had to move out of that property having allegedly received hate mail, two attempted break ins at the property and people trying to take photos through the windows.
All of those allegations may or may not be true.
If they are true and it is not more UKip fake news "who done it" matters.
Was it an "inside job" or two or rather UKip election tactics?
The upshot is that Nuttall has "had to" move out. The returning officer for the byelection has been informed of the move but Nuttall should still be under investigation for his original false address declaration.
Whether he had actually ever moved in is debatable.
He claims those in the media who published his new Stoke address are in part to blame.
UKip may now try for some political opportunism on the campaign trail in Stoke.
But Mr Nuttall is spinning a tangled web of deceit.
Saturday there are also allegations that he lied about being at the tragic Hillsborough football match of 1989.
Nuttall has previously supported privatisation of the NHS though prefers now to say he has changed his mind.
So can you trust Paul Nuttall?
One word springs to mind - NO.
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