UKIP's Steven Woolfe and Raheem Kassam to stand for leadership

UKIP's Steven Woolfe and Raheem Kassam to stand for leadership
 

UKIP migration spokesman Steven Woolfe and Nigel Farage's ex-adviser Raheem Kassam have declared they will stand as candidates for the party's leadership.
Mr Woolfe, who was barred from standing in UKIP's last leadership election, said the party could replace Labour as the main party of opposition.
Former chief of staff Mr Kassam said he would stop "duplicity" in the party.
They are the first contenders to throw their hats into the ring since Diane James resigned as leader on Tuesday.
The announcements came after Mr Farage announced he would return as UKIP's interim leader until a... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 46
Source: BBC
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