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UKIP leader 'very upset' over foster row

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Rotherham social services are being accused by a couple of removing three foster children from their care because the council disapproved of their membership of UKIP.

The party's leader Nigel Farage has branded the situation "a bloody outrage," saying he is "very angry, very upset" by the situation.

"We are not against immigration, we believe in controlled immigration," he told the Today programme.


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