David Cameron and Nigel Farage have refused to rule out a deal between the Conservatives and UKIP after the election, The Guardian reports.
The prime minister was twice asked whether he would ever align with UKIP on the BBC1’s Andrew Marr Show, but dodged the question, saying he would not comment on any potential combinations before the election.
It’s clear that Cameron will do anything to hold on to power, and Farage will do anything to have any power at all. If UKIP gains any significant number of seats, a coalition with the Tories is on the cards – meaning Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless will (in effect) be Tories once again.
Were they – or the rest of UKIP – ever anything else?
Read the rest of the article on The Guardian‘s website.
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