An opinion poll showed on Sunday, support for the anti-EU UK Independence Party hit a record high of 25 percent, days after it won its first elected seat in Britains parliament at the expense of Prime Minister David Camerons party. The survey suggested that UKIP, which favors a British exit from the European Union and tighter immigration controls, could pick up more seats than previously thought in a national election next year. Nigel Farage, UKIPs leader, wrote in the Mail on Sunday newspaper, It is not only our right to seek election into the House of Commons (lower parliamentary house) in May, it has also become our duty to succeed.
Posted on: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 00:49:02 +0000
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