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Nigel Farage MEP to challenge John Bercow at next General Election

The Telegraph's Andrew Porter has the scoop.

Quite an interesting one this one. Given that there won't be an official Conservative candidate will Tories be able to vote for Mr Farage?  Jonathan Isaby wouldn't approve but I'd be tempted to vote UKIP if I lived in Buckingham.  It would be one way of getting a Speaker who wasn't the choice of Brown's Labour MPs.

Tim Montgomerie


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