UKIP will back Tory govt if EU vote held in 2015: report

Britain's UK Independence Party will support a minority Conservative government on the condition it holds a referendum on membership of the European Union in 2015, according to a Sunday newspaperBritain’s UK Independence Party (UKIP) will support a minority Conservative government on the condition it holds a referendum on membership of the European Union in 2015, according to a Sunday newspaper. Prime Minister David Cameron’s centre-right Conservative party is neck-and-neck with the opposition Labour party, and neither may win enough seats in the May 7 election to govern alone, polls indicate. UKIP has said in the past that it favoured a “confidence and supply” arrangement whereby it would support a government on a vote by vote basis.

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