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>> Paul Nuttall wants to spread division and racism. How dare he tell Muslim women what to wear!>> This was supposed to be UKIP's chance to launch their election agenda, but anti-racism campaigners stole the show. Reuters spoke to one protester after he was ejected.>> I believe they're trying to whip up racism against Muslims in order to win votes.
And I think it's a crude attempt. Mr. Nuttall is used to making up stories. He lives by making up stories and is famous liar.>> Protesters aside, going forward, UKIP faces a few problems. I'm Reuters' Jacob Greaves reporting from the party's campaign launch, where the once Brexit rebels must now convince voters they're not rebels without a cause.
>> After a recent poll slump, that's an urgent task for new leader Paul Nuttall. In June, British voters will elect a new Parliament. His latest policy initiatives appear to be a lurch right, banning the burqa and Sharia courts. The anti-EU party now faces accusations of being anti-Islamic, a charge I put to their deputy leader.
>> Britain's becoming more and more fragmented. This is about integration and social cohesion.>> UKIP will take that message to Britain's doorsteps, but it's not a complete rebrand. They still plan to sell themselves as the party to help push through Brexit.>> We're half the way through. As Paul said in his campaign launch today, we're about half the way through, we have got to ensure that people get what they voted for last year.
]>> But there's a snag, right now UKIP has no MPs in Parliament. Unless they change that in June's election, they simply won't be in the room as Brexit is discussed.