Ex-Tory donor plans to give Ukip millions

Daily Mail Reporter
November 2013
Daily Mail;11/18/2013, p6
have one last chance to stop the gradual erosion of our national independence. And that chance comes with the European elections,' he said in a statement. 'If, as I hope and believe, Ukip score a stunning national victory, then the leaders of the other main parties will have no choice but to abandon their Renewed momentum slavish support for the EU.' Although the European elections are a poor indicator of performance in Westminster elections, there will be concern among Tories that a strong showing by Ukip next year will give them renewed momentum going into the general election.


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