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Chris Grayling on UKIP election threat to Conservatives

8 July 2013 Last updated at 12:33 BST

Conservatives will not do a deal with UKIP ahead of the 2015 general election, Chris Grayling has said.

The justice secretary was asked about the threat to Tories from the eurosceptic party, and a BBC/Comres survey showing it was attracting disaffected Tories

He sad: "You don't do deals, you fight for your principles, you fight for what you believe is right."

Andrew Neil also asked him about Britain's future relationship with the European Court of Human Rights, and Mr Grayling said a future Tory government would "make wholesale changes to human rights laws".

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