Boris: Voters have had enough of pacts and coalitions

London mayor Boris Johnson has rejected the call for an election pact between Conservatives and the UK Independence Party (UKIP), declaring that voters have "had enough" of pacts and coalitions.

He added: "What they [voters] want is to see parties standing up individually for what they believe in."

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Tory MP calls for UKIP pact

Senior Tory MP Michael Fabricant is set to call on David Cameron to make an election pact with the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and offer its leader Nigel Farage a job in Government.