london - British UK Independence Party said Monday its former chairman Paul Nuttall elected new leader, succeeding Nigel Farage. Nuttall's since 2009 for the anti-EU party in the European Parliament.
UKIP struggling since its successful brexit campaign with internal struggles. Farage explained shortly after the referendum in June the party leadership down and has become with future American president close friends Donald Trump, who sees a very suitable British Foreign Secretary in him.
Diane James, who was initially elected in September as successor Farage, leadership put down again after eighteen days. The next candidate, Steven Woolfe, left the party after a scuffle with a fellow that brought him to the hospital.
Nuttall said he was 'a team will forge the talents of all wings of the party. '