Suzanne Evans and Paul Nuttall have both announced they will stand to be leader of Ukip.
Nuttall, the former deputy leader of the party who is seen as a threat to Labour in the north of England, said he would be the “unity” candidate.
While Evans, the former deputy chairman who may appeal more to Tory voters in the south, said she wanted to stop the party moving to the “far right”.
Yesterday, Ukip’s most high-profile donor, Arron Banks, backed Raheem Kassam, a former aide to Nigel Farage, for the leadership.
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