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UKIP's Nathan Gill shows 'distinct lack of leadership'

A petition calling for Nathan Gill to be removed as UKIP Wales leader has been sent to the party's ruling body.

It follows claims that party leaders want to impose candidates from outside Wales for the assembly election.

Six general election candidates are among those to have signed the petition, which claims there is "no coherent plan" to fight the campaign and "no effective leadership" in Wales.

One of the candidates and petition organisers, UKIP Delyn chair Nigel Williams, said there was a need for a change.

  • 11 Feb 2016
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