UKIP party elects fourth leader in a year

UKIP party elects fourth leader in a year

UKIP party elects fourth leader in a year

Henry Bolton is a former serviceman and police officer who stood as a UKIP candidate for Kent police and crime commissioner in 2016.

"Brexit is our core task".

In a recent YouTube campaign film, he complained that "we have gone down the road of mediocracy and compromise, we don't like the idea of excelling of anything because we worry that it implies that somebody is less good".

Bolton, 54, was relatively unknown even among the Ukip faithful before the election to succeed Paul Nuttall, but gained momentum with a sober and restrained approach that distinguished him in a race often characterised by extremism and eccentricity.

He went on: "Absolutely, I think the party has today voted for a leader who has been very open about what he feels is the way forward, and that's myself of course".

On policy, Mr Bolton stressed Islam was "more dominating" than Christianity but said he would ditch Ukip's general election "integration agenda", which focused nearly entirely on Muslims, declaring: "We need to look at the integration of all immigrant communities".

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Under his leadership, the party will continue to position itself as a bulwark against a "soft" Brexit and to cry betrayal at any move away from a complete severing of connections with the European Union.

He had challenged the decision to allow far-right candidate Waters to stand saying Ukip was in danger of becoming the "UK Nazi party".

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Mr Etheridge was one of a number of UKIP MEPs who had threatened to quit the party if bookies favourite Ms Waters had won.

Asked at a press conference whether that fate had been averted by his victory, Bolton said, "Absolutely, yes". BBC political correspondent Ben Wright said Mr Bolton would be seen as the continuity candidate.

Last year, his wife gave birth to their daughter Victoria on a train that had just pulled into St Pancras Station - his third daughter.

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Nigel said: "He got my vote that was no doubt at all".

"I don't know her at all really", he said, speaking as UKIP members gathered in Torquay for their conference on Friday.

On his future with UKIP, he added: "I'm going nowhere".

Waters, who has described Islam as "evil", caused chaos by standing, with senior party figures threatening to leave if she won.

The party has been riven by splits and disagreements, one of which resulted in MEP Steven Woolfe being taken to hospital after a fight with another Ukip MEP.

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