Issue 427 | 08 February 2016

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 8 February 2016 in Magazines
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Paul Nuttall interview, Antimicrobial resistance, Muslim Integration, Mhealth, 5Qs with Konstadinka Kuneva, Safer Internet Day and more...

Ukip deputy leader Paul Nuttall on why he works every day to put himself out of a job, believes that immigration isn't bad if it's controlled and warns British voters that they should be wary of the theatrics and drama of David Cameron's sham EU renegotiations.

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