This file photo taken on March 4, 2015 shows United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) Migration spokesman Steven Woolfe addressing supporters and media personnel in central London as the party unveils its policy on immigration. / AFP / Leon Neal
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Two senior members of Britain's anti-European Union U.K. Independence Party said Sunday they would run to become its next leader, days after the previous frontrunner quit the race and resigned from the troubled party.UKIP, which played a key role in securing a June 23 vote to leave the EU, has been plunged into chaos since, with high-profile party leader Nigel Farage stepping down after the Brexit vote and his successor Diane James quitting after just 18 days.The party's deputy leader Paul Nuttall and former deputy chairwoman Suzanne Evans both said Sunday they would be standing in the leadership contest, which is due to be decided in late November.
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