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Is immigration—and Nigel Farage—key to the EU No campaign?

The Ukip leader thinks Britain's borders should be the key issue in the contest, but he could be wrong

By Josh Lowe  

Farage: the right man for the job? ©Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Nigel Farage has today said that Ukip, his party, won’t be joining either of the two existing campaigns to leave the EU. Instead, he says, he will work with all anti-EU groups to secure the “out” result Ukip wants in Britain’s membership referendum. He told the Today programme he didn’t want to lead the campaign himself and that Ukip wouldn’t be pitching for a designation as the official No…

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