Ukip's only MP Douglas Carswell has questioned the 'nature and tone' of the party's campaigning following the resignation of its leader Nigel Farage.
Mr Carswell, the MP for Clacton, ruled out standing for the leadership himself.
Politics is an act of bringing of bringing people together, of drawing people together as one, not of dividing people.
If Ukip wants to be the agent for change, it needs to become New-kip. It needs to challenge itself and put a lot of distance between that angry nativist messaging that we saw of lot of during the referendum.
It's a very toxic, destructive counter-productive card to play and it's cynical.
Mr Carswell said credit was due to Mr Farage and others for campaigning for twenty years to get the EU referendum in the first place but added that it was no secret that that had fundamental differences about how to win votes.
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Nigel Farage, who is an MEP for part of the Anglia region, has stepped down as leader of the UK Independence Party.