Ukip leader Henry Bolton has revealed he could rekindle his relationship with his 25-year-old racist model ex-lover, despite it sparking calls for him to stand down. The 54-year-old suggested he could get back together with Jo Marney, despite her posting a series of racist tweets about Prince Harry's fiancee, Meghan Markle. Speaking to former Ukip leader on LBC, he said: 'We're still in contact, of course there are strong emotions there, but we both need to sort our own private lives out.
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Ukip leader Henry Bolton's deputy has quit her post in protest at his refusal to step down, it was claimed today. Margot Parker said Mr Bolton should go 'sooner rather than later' as he was leaving the party 'in a limbo situation'. Ukip's ruling executive backed a motion of no confidence in the leader yesterday, a week after it emerged his girlfriend had sent racist messages about Meghan Markle.
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