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Reform candidate ditches party over ‘racism and sexism’

1 July 2024

3:34 AM

1 July 2024

3:34 AM

Another day, another election campaign drama. Now it’s Nigel Farage’s Reform UK party in the limelight with more candidate controversy. Only this time it’s not the party defending contentious comments. Instead, one of the party’s candidates has turned on Reform. Oo er.

Liam Booth-Isherwood, formerly a Reform candidate for Erewash, has today disowned the party over allegations of racism.

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