I think people who are wanting to vote UKIP, and many
Conservatives would sympathise with their general view in terms of European policy, they have to recognise that the person who would be happiest is people went out and voted UKIP would be the leader of the Labour Party. There’s only one party that’s going to take Britain in the direction that those who vote UKIP would like to see, that is standing up more for Britain’s interests, making sure that the decision that effect the British people are made here in the UK. That’s the Conservative Party. That’s the simple choice that people who have voted UKIP will have to face if they continue to vote UKIP rather than Conservative they will increase the chance of getting an integrationist Labour government. That’s their choice...All parties have to be very aware of the availability of other choices to voters. We need to make the case that they also have to understand the consequences of their actions.
It has to be said that this is, to put it mildly, a rather softer line on UKIP than that taken by David Cameron. Exclusive graphic courtesy of The Spine