Barrow UKIP chairman backs party to recover following Diane James's resignation

Colin Rudd, who is the UKIP chairman for Barrow and Furness, labelled Diane James's resignation as a "letdown" and has backed North West MEP Steven Woolfe to take the hotseat in the upcoming leadership contest.
He said: "It's a bit disappointing and it's a bit of a letdown for all of the people that supported her. Hopefully Steven Woolfe will put his name forward as he always the favoured candidate in my mind."
Nigel Farage has stepped in as interim leader while the party picks its next leader. However, Mr Rudd thinks that Nigel needs to take a break from the party.... read more

5 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 25

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