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Ex-UKIP councillor Rozanne Duncan allegedly said she had a problem with black people because there was 'something about their faces'

 

Rozanne Duncan was forced to leave UKIP reportedly due to remarks made to a BBC documentary-maker during filming for a programme about UKIP in South Thanet. Her specific comments were not revealed at the time. But, in January, The Times reported that an account provided to UKIP quoted her as allegedly saying she had a “problem” with black people, who she called “negroes”.

 

For more information go to: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/exukip-councillor-rozanne-duncan-allegedly-said-she-had-a-problem-with-black-people-because-there-was-something-about-their-faces-9964651.html