British beekeepers to protest against UKIP’s ‘no face veils in public’ manifesto proposal

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Beekeepers across the country are organising an official protest against a UKIP proposal which would prevent people from wearing face-covering veils in public and at work.

If the proposal becomes law, many beekeepers would be left without the protection upon which they rely, leading to many horrific sting-related injuries.

As one beekeeper told us, “The veil over my face is an essential part of who I am.

“Just because you don’t feel comfortable around someone with a significant amount of material covering their face is no reason to ban it.

“Beekeepers have worn veils for generations.  It’s part of our culture, and we won’t stand for this ban.”

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A large number of Muslim women are supporting the beekeepers in their protest, insisting they too should be able to wear a face-covering veil in public.

A spokesman for the Muslim Women’s Association of Britain told us, “You know those UKIP sorts; they’ll take one look at the faces of our women and start to masturbate immediately – I guarantee it.

“The veil isn’t about using medieval practices to oppress our women; it’s about all the perverts out there that would knock one out at the first sight of a Muslim woman’s nose.

“We’re doing it to protect ourselves from them. Yes, really.”