British Euroscepticism notched up another victory at Rochester when Mark Reckless, who resigned as a Conservative MP to join UKIP, was re-elected to parliament on 42.1 per cent of the vote. The Conservatives came second with 34.8 per cent and Labour third with 16.8 per cent. Not only was immigration a central issue for UKIP and the Conservatives, Labour too focused on some of the questions it raises for this country.
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