February 11, 2013

Man Who Gives Britain's PM Nightmares

John Sainsbury, Globe and Mail

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Right-wing fringe parties come and go in Britain. It’s hard to predict just how long the United Kingdom Independence Party (popularly known as UKIP) will survive. But, right now, the party and its leader, Nigel Farage, are making life miserable for Prime Minister David Cameron.

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