Farage – Cameron must go.

If Cameron goes, and is replaced with a new leader, UKIP might be willing to run an electoral pact with the Conservatives.  Otherwise with UKIP surging by the week, the next election will be a Tory bloodbath.

Tory MPs will have to move on Cameron.


EXTRACT –  Ukip leader Nigel Farage “distrusts” Mr Cameron and has ruled out a pact as long as he is Tory leader. Mr Cameron, in turn, branded Ukip members “fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists”.

Mr Harris-Quinney said: “As Nigel Farage has said, ‘There are two wings of the Conservative Party and they agree on almost nothing’. That cannot go on. A house divided cannot stand. 
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4 Responses to “Farage – Cameron must go.”

  1. Road_Hog says:

    Why on Earth is he doing this, just when UKIP are gaining momentum? The Tories are tainted, too many Ken Clarkes, Michael Hesletines and Francis Maudes who are pushing the EU agenda. Most of the rest of the MPs have no clue about what is going on and care little for the electorate.

  2. Tapestry says:

    The battleground for seats demands that some deal is struck, or there will be less eurosceptics or faux-eurosceptics. The system stinks as it is, but you still need to play it.

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  4. Tapestry says:

    I have friends in many political parties – Labour, Lib Dem, Conservative and UKIP. The comments are open to all with no one favoured. That is apart from genuine eurosceptics who are favoured. The nations are threatened with extinction. Anyone who does anything to slow or reverse the process of national destruction is welcome.

    Rebels who stood against their own parties and sacrificed their careers for their beliefs get the ultimate respect. Paul Marsden. Robin Cooke who sacrificed his life. John Smith. That’s just the Labour ones that immediately come to mind.

    A handful of Conservatives have sacrificed careers – Douglas Carswell being a good example.

    I wonder how many in UKIP will genuinely fight for Britain’s continued existence and the survival of independent thought and personal existence.

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