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PM 'disconnected with public' over expenses - Farage

9 April 2014 Last updated at 22:05 BST

The prime minister's handling of the Maria Miller expense scandal shows "how disconnected he is with public opinion", the leader of the UK Independence Party has said.

Nigel Farage told the BBC that David Cameron acted as if "there wasn't anything wrong" with Mrs Miller's actions.

She decided to step down as culture secretary on Wednesday, despite Mr Cameron's public support.

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