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UKIP in race-headlines!

The UK Independence party has recently emerged in more race, sex and class specific incidents than any other political party which does suggest that while UKIP might not be racist but it attracts those with racist, sexist and homophobic views.

Some recent headlines:

Regularly defeated at the Harrow council elections since 2010, a previous Tory and now chairman Harrow UKIP, ‘UKIP candidate for London seat of Hendon in Britain’s 2015 election has been replaced after writing on Facebook that Israel should “kidnap” Barack Obama’ ... read more

‘The UK Independence party is facing a major crisis after the suspension of two parliamentary candidates within 24 hours and the resignation of a third who claimed there was “open racism and sanctimonious bullying” in the party’... read more

‘A UKIP candidate has quit the race to contest a key seat at next year’s UK general election after making sexual harassment allegations against the populist party’s general secretary’ ... read more

‘A fresh UKIP candidate was embroiled in a row over racism on Tuesday when it was discovered he had taken to Facebook to argue that Team GB Olympic star, Mo Farah, isn't British because he is an "African"’ ... read more

‘UKIP has stumbled into a fresh row about Nazism after a candidate posted a doctored image of himself on Twitter standing next to Adolf Hitler’ ... read more

The UK Independence party has suspended one of its election candidates who suggested that mothers carrying foetuses with Downs syndrome or spina bifida should be forced to have abortions ... read more




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