Disillusioned Tories flock to UKIP.
DAVID Cameron yesterday branded UKIP members “pretty odd people”.
He attacked the rival party as it enjoys soaring levels of support.
The PM previously dubbed UKIP “fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists”.
He voiced his distaste for the anti-EU party as he vowed to clamp down on migrants who come to Britain to claim benefits....Read more
Asked on BBC Radio 4's Today programme to respond to David Cameron's comments, Mr Farage said "it was right to describe himself as odd because unlike all the others I actually had a job in the real world, for 20 years."
"I'm odd in the sense that I'm a conviction politician, I'm not doing this for a career, or for rank opposition, I'm not hidebound by political correctness".
"I'm here as a campaigner: I want to free this country from the European Union and then I want us to have a much smaller level of state interference in our lives in this country".
"That is my motivation; maybe I'm odd in that sense."
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