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Suzanne Evans on Parliament recall and UKIP tax rate

The recall of Parliament on the day of the UKIP conference was a "cynical ploy", said the party's deputy chairman.

Suzanne Evans said people had been calling for a recall for weeks, but the prime minister had previously "stayed in his wet suit" on a Cornwall beach, and had already made his mind up on military action against Islamic State.

She spoke to Jo Coburn about the Clacton and Heywood and Middleton by-election campaigns, and how UKIP had dropped its flat tax rate, saying it had been "misunderstood", as the party had not got its message across.

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