UKIP Rejects Vote Pact With Tories, Saying Parties at ‘War’Kitty Donaldson and Robert Hutton
The U.K. Independence Party, which wants Britain to withdraw from the European Union, rejected the suggestion of an electoral pact with Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives and said the two parties are at “war.”
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