Labour-SNP coalition would be ‘greatest lie’ says Farage

Ukip leader Nigel Farage. Image:

Ukip leader Nigel Farage. Image:

Ukip leader Nigel Farage said this morning that a a Labour-SNP coalition would be ‘the greatest lie of modern British politics.’

According to the Ukip leader, both the Conservatives and Labour are the parties of the status quo.

Mr Farage told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme ‘I have a feeling after last night’s debates, Mr Miliband now cannot be prime minister.’

Mr Farage has also commented that UKIP is the party of ‘all four corners’ of the United Kingdom, having elected representation in all of the UK’s constituent countries.

This election debate is becoming increasingly dominated by talk of a Labour-SNP coalition. I would urge Labour voters in the Midlands and the North where UKIP are the clear challengers to vote for us to stop this happening.
As for Mr Cameron’s poster showing Alex Salmond taking money out of an English pocket voters should be reminded that David Cameron joined the two other leaders in the appeasement of the SNP and he is guaranteed to continue with the Barnett Formula. As such this poster is sheer hypocrisy.
I promise that UKIP MPs will be the only true opponents of the SNP and will fight for England and Wales to get a better deal. All you have to do is go out and vote for us on May 7th.
Mr Farage is set to make several media appearances today in London.

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