UKIP launched their election manifesto with the slogan “we want our country back.” With other parties criticising them as a single issue party, leader Roger Knapman insists that they’re the only credible party with regards to immigration policy.

Other key pledges in the document include leaving the EU, raising pensions by £25 a week, cutting council tax by half and calling for more nuclear power.

On health, the party wants to free the NHS from “day to day” government management and give consultants more freedom from targets. Advocating immediate withdrawal from the EU, UKIP also wants to put the fate of the National Assembly and Scottish Parliament to a referendum.

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