Nigel Farage denied "stirring up hysteria" on Romanian migrants and said he had no problem with the citizens of the Balkan nation.
The UKIP leader told Good Morning Britain when he made his comments about Romanians living next door he was addressing newspaper headlines "run by our biggest tabloids, week after week", and not scaremongering.
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Nicola Sturgeon will today pledge that her party will work with others to bring about "positive change" for ordinary people across the UK.
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David Cameron will use a speech today to set out plans for patients to be able to access hospital services seven days a week.