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Cameron on UKIP by-election win: 'Danger of a Labour government'

Prime Minister David Cameron has told the BBC that voting for UKIP will lead to a "danger of getting a Labour government, with Ed Miliband as prime minister and Ed Balls as chancellor".

Reacting to the results of the by-election in Clacton where UKIP got its first elected MP, the PM said "you'll get no action on immigration and no European referendum" if Labour win the next election.

  • 10 Oct 2014