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UKIP chief Nigel Farage says no UKIP-Tory pact till David Cameron is expelled

Written on:November 27, 2023
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Nigel Farage has remarked that it is tough for the UKIP to trust PM David Cameron’s words

The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader, Nigel Farage, has overruled the possibility of any electoral agreement with the Conservative Party unless PM David Cameron is expelled from the Conservative Party’s leadership.

Nigel Farage has, however, expressed his backing for Michael Gove as future Conservative leader, remarking that Michael Gove, the education secretary, was more sensible and broadminded. As per the UKIP chief, an electoral pact with the Conservatives could be considered if the education secretary is in charge of the Conservative Party.

The UKIP, which has promoted itself as an anti-EU political party, and which desires to be seen as a fourth political alternative, had been described by David Cameron in 2006 as a political force, which consists of loonies, fruitcakes and closet racists.

The Conservative Party vice-chairman, Michael Fabricant, had suggested recently that PM David Cameron formalise an electoral pact with the UKIP, which could enable the Conservatives to gather an extra 20 seats at the 2015 general election. As per Michael Fabricant, the UKIP had contributed noticeably to Conservative Party defeats in marginal seats.

PM David Cameron’s decision to rekindle a quarrel, about his 2006 comments on the UKIP, has infuriated the leaders of the UKIP. Nigel Farage has remarked that it is difficult for the UKIP to trust David Cameron as he hasn’t fulfilled his vow of organising a referendum on the Lisbon treaty.

However, Conservative Party Chairman, Grant Shapps, has emphatically repudiated the idea of a Tory-UKIP electoral accord.

Meanwhile, a South Yorkshire couple, whose three foster kids were taken away by Rotherham Council social workers, has demanded an apology or resignation from the Council leaders. The couple has remarked that their foster children were taken away as the couple owed political allegiance to the UKIP. One social worker reportedly voiced to the couple that the UKIP was a racist party.

The couple has alleged that the Labour-run Rotherham Council deems that the couple’s membership of the UKIP makes them unsuitable for looking after kids.

The three foster kids in question are ‘EU migrant kids.’ The UKIP continues to champion restrictions on immigration.

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2 Comments add one

  1. Murray says:

    two right-wing parties in the UK…the nascent UKIP…and the dominant Conservatives…great!!…

  2. James says:

    The Conservatives must not do a deal with a smaller outfit like UKIP….

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