Thanks to our friends on the social media for flagging up the following:
Nigel Farage has admitted he still wants the NHS scrapped in favour of US-style insurance scheme
But in a new BBC interview that was set to be aired this morning (January 20), Mr Farage said ditching the NHS is “a debate we’re going to have to return to”.
He clarifies that it was only abandoned as official UKIP policy due to pressure from worried pals.
Mr Farage said: “I triggered a debate within UKIP that was outright rejected by my colleagues, so I have to accept that.
“As time goes on, this is a debate that we’re all going to have to return to.”
This will be extremely disappointing for UKIP supporters who have been protesting that their policy is not to scrap the NHS, ever since the damning 2012 video of Mr Farage calling for its demise went public last November.
What will they say now?
It seems likely this article’s comment column will have the answer in short order.
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