Henry Bolton elected the new leader of UKIP in shock result
- Author: Sonia Alvarado Sep 30, 2017,
Sep 30, 2017, 1:36
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Henry Bolton has been elected as the new leader of UKIP in a shock result.
UKIP is set to unveil its fourth leader in just over a year after a contest that has divided the party.
Indeed, Mr Bolton had said that UKIP was in danger of becoming the "UK Nazi Party" if it plumped for Ms Waters (Ms Waters herself has vigorously denied this sort of claim).
"I would call on all of you, whether you voted for me or not, to please rally around the party and be united because without being united, we can not lead and hold the government to account and achieve our core objective".
Mr Whittle, who had been touted as a likely victor, came a surprise fifth with 1,413 - an 11% share of the vote - while Ms Waters came second with 2,755 votes, a 21% vote share.
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He was endorsed by several Ukip MEPs and the former party leader Nigel Farage acted as his referee.
The dad-of-three, who told KoS last week the party had "a moral objective to deliver Brexit" insisted it needed strong leadership going forward over the coming months and years. A former soldier, Bolton is a one-time Lib Dem member who has worked as an European Union common defence strategist.
In the run-up to the announcement at the party conference in Torquay, a seaside resort on Britain's south coast, there was an air of slight trepidation.
Political analyst Mike Indian told Yasmeen Khan: "Crucially about Mr Bolton is he is very much coming at this tacitly with Nigel Farage's endorsement".
The party has struggled to find its feet since Nigel Farage quit, and its vote share fell to 1.8% at the general election, from 12.6% in 2015.
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