Farage says UKIP 'against racism, sexism, xenophobia'-update

'We're also anti-war'

(updates previous) (ANSA) - Brussels, May 30 - Nigel Farage told ANSA Friday that his UK Independence Party (UKIP) is anti-war and for direct democracy.
    "We want the British people, through its parliament and for direct democracy, to have the power to decide its future," Farage said. "We're a classic 19th century party that believes in small States created with personal liberties and a sense of responsibility," he added.
    Farage also described the UKIP as an "anti-war party".
    "We are a party against war anywhere. We oppose all of the imperialistic wars, whether they be in Syria, Libya or Afghanistan," he added.


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