UKIP leadership rivals spar over who can unite the party

UKIP leadership rivals spar over who can unite the party
 

UKIP leadership contender Paul Nuttall has told the BBC only he can "get a grip" on the party, following a series of upsets in recent months.
Since Nigel Farage quit as leader, his successor resigned 18 days into the job and another contender left the party following a fracas with a fellow MEP.
Mr Nuttall's rival Suzanne Evans said she could widen UKIP's reach, appealing to women and ethnic minority voters.
Third hopeful John Rees-Evans has vowed to give more power to the grassroots.
UKIP's new leader will be announced on 28 November.
Mr Nuttall and Ms Evans are seen as the... read more

 
20 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 51
Source: BBC
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