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Electoral support for the BNP grew during this period, with academics and political commentators suggesting that the parties were largely competing for the same voter base, a section of about 20% of the UK population.
Given that the BNP had outperformed UKIP in most of the seats that they both contested, many UKIP members, including several figures on the NEC, favoured an electoral pact with them, a proposal that Farage strongly condemned.
Influenced by Thatcherism and classical liberalism, it describes itself as economically libertarian and promotes liberal economic policies.
On social issues like LGBT rights, education policy, and criminal justice it is conservative.
In 1997, Sked was ousted by a faction led by Nigel Farage, who became the party's preeminent figure.