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If Ukip lose votes, who will get them?

New analysis shows that the Tories could benefit from a slip for Farage's party

By Peter Kellner  

Farage has carefully cultivated his “man of the people” image© Steve Parsons/PA Archive/Press Association Images

More than most elections, small differences in votes are likely to decide who ends up on top in May. So alongside the big picture challenges facing the parties, such as over leadership, the economy and living standards, are things that could change one or two per cent of votes and so decide the…

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