'Independence Party seeking leader'

'Independence Party seeking leader'

World September 19, 2016 20:42

- "The UK Independence Party (UKIP) is Friday and Saturday for the daunting task to appoint a successor to the equally charismatic and controversial Nigel Farage. The popular Farage stepped on July 4 as party leader. We later found out why he had twice been the target of an attack."

"Formally was the purpose of Farages departure that he wanted more privacy and that there is little honor was achieved after the successful Brexitreferendum for the Eurosceptics of UKIP. Already in 2006 he was elected party leader. Three years later, he said at his office in order to participate in the parliamentary elections. However, he was not elected to the House of Commons."

"In November 2010 Farage was re-elected as leader of UKIP. He was completely the face of the party. The former Conservative politician is currently a member of the European Parliament for the EVD, another party of Eurosceptics.\n  \n    \n     \n      \n        0:32\n      \n     F1 driver Hamilton Tiger stalking\n     \n     \n      \n        0:41\n      \n     New images: Hillary falters\n     \n     \n      \n        0:53\n      \n     Man steals from bra 94-year-old woman"

"The Independence Party was founded in 1993 by Alan Skad. The main topic was the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union. Further on the agenda: stopping alleged mass immigration and tax cuts. Because of its position on immigration Farage was often compared with Geert Wilders. But the former leader of the UKIP threw that comparison is far from it. He found Wilders and his PVV terrible."

"Only in 2014 UKIP won the first (two) seats in the House of Commons. In the upper house, the party three seats. In the European Parliament won the Independence Party two years ago, thirteen seats, making it the second party after the Conservatives."

"Nigel Farage insulted as party leader left and right. He called Belgium a non-country consultants Prince Charles had been naive and foolish and Herman Van Rompuy (then President of the European Council) had according to him the charisma of a damp rag. But what did Farage, his succession remains a difficult issue. The lawyer named Steven Woolfe (48) is currently the most frequently mentioned. He moreover stems from Farage litter. He was a few years ago, his spokesman."

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