Multiple small right-wing parties ‘could split fruitcake vote’

Farage has also condemned the opportunism of some of the other slates.

The BNP, he said, has cynically switched from overt racism to just being anti-EU and anti-Islamist when UKIP’s star began to rise. “No2EU” is also standing for workers’ rights and against the EU, while another is demanding “Zero Immigration, Anti-EU, Pro-Jobs” while calling itself the “Harmony Party”, which could introduce many vulnerable UKIP supporters to the concept of irony.

Zie ‘Multiple small right-wing parties ‘could split fruitcake vote’‘.

16-05-2014 17.15 | Door: Stommeling Jones | Categorie: Europese politiek, Losse skakels

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