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Is Nigel Farage going rogue?

Is Nigel Farage going rogue?

Nigel Farage has likened the UK Independence Party to the tea party movement sweeping the USA. Speaking on Sky News UKIP's new leader said that they shared the feeling of being "overtaxed, overgoverned, not being listened to" and that this gave them a "bigger political opportunity than ever before" to recruit Conservative supporters disappointed with David Cameron's European policies. Could Mr Farage be the newest edition to the 'Momma Grizzly' fold?