Cameron must confront his party's 'UKIP tendency'

The Liberal Democrat - and former Conservative - MEP Edward McMillan-Scott said it was in Britain's interest for David Cameron to deal with his party's "UKIP tendency".

The europhile claimed his former party has forgotten the legacy of Churchill, Macmillan and Thatcher, with the PM in "terror" of the right of his party.

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