Following anger from the Premier League, that the the new UKIP logo breaches copyright restrictions, UKIP have stressed that this is not where there inspiration came from.
UKIP and Lions
“We like lions,” said borderline Neanderthal, Nathan Dumpface, a spokesman for UKIP.”They are big and can growl and kill stuff.“
“By having a big growling lion on our logo, people will think we are a strong party that can growl for England,” he added, pretending to lash out with a claw.
There are clear similarities between the Premiere League logo and that of UKIP’s possible new one and The Druid’s Loom asked Mr Dumpface to clarify the party’s choice.
“Some people are worried that we copied the logo from the Premier League logo but this is not true. They have a purple lion and yes we do have a purple lion – but our colour was purple first. The idea for the lion actually came from my mate Biffa who used to be a member of Britain First.”
Senior members of UKIP are keen to divert attention away from the logo to the main focus of the conference which should be concrete policies. We asked Mr Dumpface what UKIP’s direction will be over the next few years.
“Our main policies will be moaning that Brexit isn’t happening fast enough, moaning about the price of a pint, pushing for a return to imperial measurements and being a bit racist to the waiters when we go out for a curry,” he said confidently.
“Oh, and complaining when new bank notes come out with women on,” he added.