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UKIP leadership candidate wants to pay British Indians to leave the UK to cut 'unnecessary population'

LONDON — British Indians would be paid to leave the UK in order to "reduce unnecessary population" under proposals by a candidate to be the next UKIP leader. John Rees-Evans wants to take money from the £12 billion foreign aid budget in order to pay for his scheme to remove a million people from Britain every year. Rees-Evans, who famously accused a gay donkey of raping his horse, is one of eleven people in the running for Ukip leader, including anti-Islam campaigner Ann Marie Waters.
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