Nigel Farage says the UK Independence Party (UKIP) is "at war" with the Conservative Party and criticised David Cameron for failing to backtrack on his claim in 2006 that UKIP members were mostly "closet racists".
He also hit out at the Prime Minister for failing to deliver a referendum on the European Union.
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