Farage: Cameron Blaming ‘Half of Britain’ For Jo Cox Murder

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Nigel Farage, the leader of UKIP, has slammed the Prime Minister for using the death of Jo Cox MP for political gain in the EU referendum campaign, and “trying to conflate the actions of one individual with the motives of half of Britain”. Speaking on LBC radio, Mr. Farage first acknowledged how the tragic and shocking murder had taken momentum out of the Leave campaign, and explained: “What we’re seeing is the Prime Minister and the Remain campaign trying to conflate the actions of one crazed individual with the motives of half of Britain who think we should get back control of our borders and do it sensibly.” “I think there are Remain camp supporters out there who are using this to try to give the impression that this isolated horrific incident is somehow linked to arguments that have been made by myself or Michael Gove or anybody else in this campaign, and frankly that is wrong,” he added. Just 48 hours after the death of the Labour MP, Chancellor George Osborne ordered Leave campaigners to not use so-called “inflammatory rhetoric” and said that “because of the tragic death of Jo [Cox] we can have a less divisive political debate in