A Yorkshire businessman and former Tory donor, Paul Sykes, is behind UKIP's largest ever advertising campaign, a month before European elections. He has funded a GBP1.5m UKIP campaign that is already
being labelled "racist" for its reference to cheap foreign labour. The UKIP posters will run in two waves over the next month and will be supported by press and online advertising. UKIP leader Nigel
Farage says he expects the campaign to ruffle some feathers among "the chattering classes" but is not bothered "in the slightest."
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