Ms Atkinson has praised Ms Le Pen’s “great courage and leadership”, and in January she offered to “facilitate an introduction” between the Front National leader and the UK if she won the French presidential election.
She told uk: “If my friend Marine Le Pen wins the French elections this spring then we will see the end of free movement of migrants through France, none of whom are stopped but just waved through in the hope that they get to the UK.” James Willis, the Liberal Democrat election candidate, said he was shocked to spot Ms Atkinson helping Mr Holloway at the Conservative Party stall. Vile people like that should not be encouraged by decent moderate parties.” Gravesham, he said, had returned one of the highest Brexit votes in the South-east in the EU referendum, and he worried about possible divisions in a community that has a sizeable Sikh population, as well as immigrants from eastern Europe. I’m getting all sorts of people in the town centre talking to me about migration.
What they choose to do is up to them, but I am loyal and if people extend the hand of friendship to me, I will keep hold of it.” On the home page of her website, Ms Atkinson has written in block capitals: “General Election 2017 – I would urge all Ukip voters to back those MPs who voted Brexit, to ensure we have a Prime Minister who makes Brexit happen.
Having her at the stand with you when you are supposed to be a reasonable mainstream MP is shocking.” Mr Willis was backed by Green Party candidate Marna Gilligan, who said: “Janice Atkinson is a really divisive figure.
On her website, Ms Atkinson also expresses her pride at having backed Donald Trump from the beginning of his US presidential election campaign.
She describes herself as “a leading member of the new populist right which believes in Brexit, President-elect Trump and a new European order based on independent nation states trading freely and peacefully”.
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One of the most published authors in the field of social work, Dr. Prochaska has led research and development teams for health behavior and organizational change programs as the CEO at Pro-Change Behavior Systems, Inc. Her collaborations include applying the Model to cutting edge issues like simultaneously reducing multiple risk behaviors and enhancing multiple domains of well-being, healthy weight management in children and adults, preventing bullying, keeping individuals out of trouble with the law, and advancing careers with populations like women scientists. Prochaska, who holds an adjunct position at URI, earned her Master’s in Social Work from Wayne State University and her Ph. in Social Work Administration and Policy from Boston College.