Controversial UKIP anti-immigration campaign takes aim at Britain’s ‘open borders’

UKIP is to up the stakes in its controversial anti-immigration campaign for the European elections as the Tories insist only they can give voters a say on Britain’s future in the EU.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage will dismiss criticism by some Labour MPs that its key messages are ‘racist’ – unveiling another provocative poster focusing on migration from the EU.

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