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Will Brexit break Ukip?

Yet another row has erupted—this time between Farage and Carswell

By Tom Quinn  

Douglas Carswell and Nigel Farage in 2015 © Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/PA Images

Brexit has not been kind to UKIP. Since Britain voted to leave the EU in June last year, the party that helped to bring about the referendum has suffered a nervous breakdown. Over recent days yet more squabbling has taken place, with Nigel Farage and Douglas Carswell engaging in a very public feud.

Shortly after the referendum result the party’s then leader, Nigel Farage, tendered his resignation, his work having been done, and MEP Diane James…

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