UKIP in chaos as leadership candidate Steven Woolfe quits party

UKIP in chaos as leadership candidate Steven Woolfe quits party
 

UKIP has been plunged into a fresh crisis after Steven Woolfe, the MEP once seen as the front-runner to become leader, announced he was quitting the party.
Mr Woolfe said he was resigning from UKIP because it was "ungovernable" - and he said UKIP may be in a "death spiral".
The announcement is a boost for rival candidates in the leadership contest, including West Midlands MEP Bill Etheridge.
Mr Etheridge, also a Dudley councillor and a candidate in UKIP's leadership election, has previously said he is the candidate to unify the party.
But it's a major blow to UKIP as a... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 39
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