Diane James has denied the party in Wales has "two kings"
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Diane James: There are not 'two kings' in Welsh UKIP

UKIP's new leader, Diane James, has denied the party in Wales has "two kings".

Ms James told the BBC Sunday Politics programme the leader of the party in Wales, Nathan Gill, had her "complete support".

She called on the leader in the Assembly, Neil Hamilton, to "focus on Wales and the Assembly".

The two men have been embroiled in a feud which has seen Mr Gill quit the UKIP group of AMs in Cardiff Bay.

  • 18 Sep 2016
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