Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron walks to the conference centre with his wife Samantha ahead of his keynote address to the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, central England October 1, 2014. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Talk of treason cast a shadow over Britain's Conservative party conference this week, where gossip raged over who might be next to defect to the anti-EU UK Independence Party (UKIP).The latest to switch sides on Wednesday was Conservative donor Arron Banks, an insurance businessman who media reports said could now seek to run for parliament as a UKIP MP.Senior party figures have attempted to steady the ship by insisting that UKIP cannot deliver on its promises to pull Britain out of Europe."If you want an in/out referendum when it comes to Europe, the only way you can get it is by getting a Conservative government with me as prime minister," Cameron told broadcaster 5 News on Tuesday. He has promised to hold a referendum on leaving the European Union in 2017 if he wins the 2015 general election with an outright majority. Ron Russell, a retired 67-year-old, was also rooting for Farage's party against the Conservatives.
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