Nigel Farage (centre)
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Nigel Farage 'grateful' to Nick Clegg after Euro win

UKIP leader Nigel Farage has given a speech at a hotel in London in which he thanked Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg for allowing him the opportunity "to put the argument why this country would be better off outside political union".

He also said he believed Labour leader Ed Miliband would decide to offer a referendum on staying within the European Union or, "become UKIP's greatest recruiting sergeant".

He said the Prime Minister David Cameron had emerged the "least scathed" of the leaders, but UKIP would be challenging the Conservatives in the forthcoming Newark by-election.

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