Nigel Farage on NHS, UKIP manifesto and coalition talks

When asked if he would prefer to see David Cameron or Ed Miliband as prime minister, UKIP's leader claimed the UK has Jean-Claude Juncker as its prime minister. Mr Farage also said one or both party leaders may soon be out of a job.

Nigel Farage said there was a role for the business people in the NHS, and described some of the green taxes the party wanted to dump.

He dismissed the party's 486-page 2010 election manifesto claiming it had "somebody in charge of it then who did not do a very professional job", But the leader told Andrew Neil on the Sunday Politics: "We will get it right this time."

This clip brings together the two parts of the interview after the live link was lost because of technical problems.

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