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Nigel Farage: I would want to see Tory manifesto before voting for them

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Nigel Farage: I would want to see Tory manifesto before voting for them

Nigel Farage: I would want to see Tory manifesto before voting for them

Nigel Farage discusses the forthcoming General Election at a boxing club in east London, where he says he would "want to see the manifesto" before considering whether or note to vote for the Conservative Party.

He later tweeted that he would not vote for the Tories after the way "they have behaved this week".

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