Four Candidates, Four Visions

Robert Kilroy-Silk
U.K. Independence Party candidate Kilroy-Silk, 62, has one goal: "To get Britain out of Brussels." Axed from a BBC talk show in January after calling Arabs "limb amputators" and "women repressors," the erstwhile Labour M.P. has nothing good to say about the E.U. either. "It's bad, corrupt, bureaucratic," and he's outraged that Britain put 12.9 billion more into the E.U.'s 2002 budget than it got back. The E.U., he says, "is going to implode. We should have a civilized,...

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