Patrick O'Flynn
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UKIP plans: NHS, defence, HS2, foreign aid and Scotland

UKIP would save money by cutting foreign aid, leaving the EU, scrapping the HS2 rail "vanity project", and making changes to Scottish funding, said the party's economic spokesman.

Patrick O'Flynn said the party was ready to make "very big spending cuts", as he set out the party's economic plans, from from an election campaign event in Greater Manchester.

He spoke to Jo Coburn on the Daily Politics as UKIP leader Nigel Farage promised more money for the NHS, and a commitment to spend 2% of the UK's GDP on defence.

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  • 23 Mar 2015
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