Former UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has quit the party in protest at the decision to appoint Tommy Robinson as an adviser. Mr Nuttall said he was leaving because the party was being taken in a direction "harmful to Brexit". The association with the former English Defence League leader would "appall many moderate Brexit voters," he said. Mr Nuttall's resignation follows that of fellow former leader Nigel Farage, who expressed similar sentiments. UKIP's leader in Scotland has also quit the party, accusing it of being "infiltrated by people with an alternative agenda".
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