Election 2015: UKIP unveils policies aimed at women
UKIP admitted it was 'lagging behind' among female voters - and that the party sometimes resembled a 'rugby club on tour'.
The party set out policies on maternity leave and childcare and said it will scrap the "tampon tax" on women's sanitary products, if the party is elected.
Alex Forsyth reports.
09 Apr 2015
- From the section Election 2015