Nigel Farage attacked by usual suspects for suggesting Brits should have priority over foreigners for health care

Nigel Farage has said his comments about ‘HIV tourists’ are perfectly compatible with a religious outlook, claiming that it is “a sensible Christian thing to look after your family and your own community first”.

The UKIP leader spoke out on the topic of Christianity over the Easter weekend, after his criticism of foreign-born HIV patients receiving treatment under the NHS during the party leaders’
election debate was condemned as intolerant, xenophobic and lacking in basic human charity.