UKIP’s Paul Nuttall articulates the launch of his party’s general election manifesto will be “an act of defiance” against terrorism after the Manchester bombing.
Mr Nuttall promised to set out a “clear-cut and uncompromising” agenda.
The unveiling of the manifesto in Westminster goes as some low-key campaigning by other parties restarts after Monday evening’s attack.
UKIP is hoping to recover from poor local election results that met it lose 140 benches and gain only one.
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