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The electoral campaign of the UKIP – eurosceptic British party – has started. Surroinded by a storm of criticism: in its posters, the party led by Nigel Farage invites voters to “take back control of the country.” “EU policy at work” says a poster in which a worker is asking for handouts. “26 million people in Europe are looking for work. And whose jobs are they after?” warns another, saying that the jobs people are after is those destined to British citizens. Other posters blame Eurocrats – United Kingdom “pays £55 million a day to the EU and its Eurocrats” and ask “Who really runs this country?” suggesting “75% of our laws are now made in Brussels”.
Posters have been defined “racist and xenophone” by Labour and Tories.