UKIP urges Government to offer asylum to Syria's persecuted Christians

Tue 31 Dec 2013
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The party's also criticised government's decision to spend £5 billion of humanitarian aid on the country.

UKIP wants the UK to offer asylum to persecuted Christians in Syria. In an online statement, party leader Nigel Farage also criticised the government not stopping Bulgarians and Romanians from working here from January the first.

UKIP's Head of Policy Tim Aker told Premier's Des Busteed on the News Hour why they're reaching out to Christians:

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