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Paul Nuttall on UKIP European Parliament EFDD grouping

UKIP's European political grouping is working again after a member of the Polish Congress of the New Right joined up.

UKIP's deputy leader Paul Nuttall said his party was "stitched-up" after a Latvian member left the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group "in curious circumstances", but now the only Eurosceptic grouping in Brussels was back working again.

Jo Coburn asked him about the new member's comments, said to have been a joke, about domestic violence.

He said it was "realpolitik" to co-operate with people they would not work with in the UK - claiming the Tories were in alliance with Turkish Islamists, and Labour with Croatian homophobes.

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