UKIP Share Another BNP Slogan in Telegraph Advert

Given that the last UKIP conference was overshadowed after Guido revealed the party had lifted their slogan “Love Britain. Vote UKIP.” from the British National Party, you would think that Farage and co would be more careful about choosing their rallying cries. In today’s full page Telegraph advert, UKIP claim all they “want is our country back”:

Which sounds an awful lot like the BNP’s “we want our country back”:

Awkward, though they can argue their inspiration was taken from Hilary Clinton...




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