Paul Nuttall quits as UKIP leader

UKIP’s Paul Nuttall has stood down as leader of the party after it failed to win any seats in the general election.

He has resigned with immediate effect and it was announced former party chairman Steve Crowther would lead UKIP on an interim basis.

Mr Nuttall took 3,308 votes in Boston and Skegness – more than 10,000 fewer votes than the party’s result in 2015.

He said it was clear “UKIP requires a new focus and new ideas” but was confident it had a “great future”.

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1 thought on “Paul Nuttall quits as UKIP leader

  1. Talk about the blind leading the blind
    Crowther has never been elected by anyone
    As Farage’s mate is this paving the way for
    Farage to come back like the saviour


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