Prime Minister David Cameron said he won’t enter into any pacts with the U.K. Independence Party ahead of national elections next year, saying the group led by Nigel Farage is out to “destroy” his Conservatives.
UKIP, which wants to pull Britain out of the European Union, took first place in elections for the European Parliament, winning a national vote for the first time. Some of Cameron’s lawmakers have suggested Tory candidates stand on a joint ticket with UKIP in the 2015 poll. Others have urged the pre...
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