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Wednesday, April 02, 2014

UKIP and misinformation

I hope to be able to get back to Swansea to watch the debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage with other Liberal Democrats this evening but even if I do not make it the run-up to this second confrontation has been fascinating.

The Independent reports that the rivalry is becoming personal. The Deputy Prime Minister told the paper: “Nigel Farage is part of a group of people who have been pumping out misinformation for year after year after year. That’s not going to be reversed in one or even two hours of debate, but since no one else is prepared to actually tell the truth, spell it out like it is, that it makes no sense to be isolated in this world, that we’ve got to work with others to keep ourselves safe, to keep the economy strong, I’m going to continue to do that.”

They say he will also criticise Farage for remarks in which the Ukip leader praised Vladimir Putin as the world leader he most admired.

The big question though, in this crucial debate on the future of 3 million British jobs, is why the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition do not appear interested in taking part in it.
Re The 3 million Jobs at risk (Jobs to make eu imported goods)

And the chances of the eu imposing a complete Trade ban on these UK exporters if we left the eu would be what in your opinion.
Oh they would trade with us but on their terms and at a price. A lot of companies would relocate to mainland Europe
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