'If you think UKIP's in a mess have a look at Labour' - Paul Nuttall says party still has a future
UKIP could move into a vacuum created by Labour splits - according to Bootle -born MEP Paul Nuttall.
The former UKIP deputy leader is remaining tight-lipped on whether he will launch a leadership bid.
But, he insisted the party still has a future following the Brexit vote providing a “patriotic voice for the working class”.
Mr Nuttall did not stand in the recent election following the decision of Nigel Farage to stand down.
The vote was won by Diane James who then quit after just 18 days, leaving the party “in flux”, Mr Nuttall said.
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