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Election 2015: Where might Ukip win Westminster seats?

Farage is standing in South Thanet, but the party also has hope elsewhere

By Josh Lowe  

Farage has decided to stand for election in Sou © Euro Realist Newsletter

Ukip leader Nigel Farage has confirmed he is to try and stand as an MP in the Kent constituency South Thanet, writing as such almost casually in his Independent column this morning despite the party refusing to confirm his intentions when they were splashed all over the papers last week.

So South Thanet’s Conservative incumbent Laura Sandys might well be getting nervous. But where else…

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