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Nigel Farage on 2010 and 2015 UKIP election manifestos

23 January 2014 Last updated at 15:58 GMT

UKIP's leader said he did not defend the party's 2010 general election manifesto, but its 2015 policies would be "similar in flavour".

Nigel Farage was being asked his party's economic polices by Andrew Neil on BBC Two's Daily Politics - about cuts, spending, pensions and the future of quangos - and he called for "flatter, simpler, lower taxes".

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