Paul Nuttall [Image: PA].

Police are investigating Ukip leader Paul Nuttall over claims of election fraud in the Stoke Central by-election.

Mr Nuttall, who is standing for the right-wing party in the by-election, is alleged to have claimed on his registration form that an address in Stoke-on-Trent was his home address.

The party say he moved into the three-bedroom end terrace last night – several days after he made the claim.

Making a false statement of a home address is an offence under the Representation of the People Act.

Source: Ukip leader Paul Nuttall under police investigation over election fraud claims

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