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Thursday, October 28, 2004

Kilroy-Silk leaves UKIP in turmoil

The UK Independence Party was in disarray last night after Robert Kilroy-Silk resigned from its group of Euro-MPs in a bitter dispute over his refusal to abandon his attempt to become the party's leader. Less than a month after declaring that UKIP's objective should be to "kill" the Conservative Party, Mr Kilroy-Silk unexpectedly quit the group before it considered moves to suspend him.
Maybe the party can focus its efforts on attacking the EU and its satanic works instead of infighting. If they can move the subject on from the back of fridges, maybe we can see a much bigger discussion on the EU and Britains place in it.

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