The Conservatives' ongoing difficulties over Europe have taken a new twist with calls for them to form a pact with UKIP.
Tory vice chairman Michael Fabricant said the two parties should consider their similarities but David Cameron and UKIP leader Nigel Farage said no deal could be done.
Watch this report from our Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship.
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