Saturday 11 July 2015

Cameron refuses to allow 3.9m UKIP voters representation in the House of Lords

David Cameron is defiantly refusing to create any new UKIP peers until as late as 2020 despite the party getting 3.9m votes in this year's general election.

The Lib Dems, who only got less than two thirds the UKIP vote are expected to get more peers to make up for losing most of their MPs even though they have 102 already and the Tories and Labour will also add to their tally. The bloated House of Lords has just 3 peers representing 3.9m UKIP voters.