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Given UKIP's existence was hinged in its campaign to leave the EU (and tying many of Britain's problems to the EU), what will it campaign for now that we're out?

I was mildly for Remain even though I personally have something to gain from a Leave vote in the short term.
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(Original post by Palette)
Given UKIP's existence was hinged in its campaign to leave the EU (and tying many of Britain's problems to the EU), what will it campaign for now that we're out?

I was mildly for Remain even though I personally actually have something to gain from a Leave vote in the short term.
Hopefully they will drop out of existence and Farage will drop off the face of the earth. But yes, UKIP will become a thing of the past
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Labour will hopefully start taking them seriously before they take all their core voters.
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Given UKIP's existence was hinged in its campaign to leave the EU (and tying many of Britain's problems to the EU), what will it campaign for now that we're out?

I was mildly for Remain even though I personally actually have something to gain from a Leave vote in the short term.
Will most likely get more support in elections because we euro-sceptics aren't classed as little Englanders anymore. Over 50% of Britain are euro-sceptics now!

The Nationalist rise has came back!

I think I may even leave the Labour party and join UKIP now. Depends if they'll have me back.
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They drop the 'I'?
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They drop the 'I'?
Nah, I think they'll keep it to remind people that they helped secure, in UKIP's words, 'independence day'. Plus 'UKIP' flows more smoothly off the tongue than 'UKP'.
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Tighten immigration and throw the rest of foreigners out of the UK?
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The UK's electoral system would not allow for the election of UKIP.

They do not have both widespread and concentrated support and would hopefully never receive a plurality of votes against Labour and Conservatives
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