A Ukip councillor was kicked out of the party after allegedly saying she had a ‘problem’ with ‘negroes’.
Rozanne Duncan was expelled last month after party chiefs revealed she had made ‘jaw dropping’ remarks to a BBC documentary maker. But the party refused to say what she had said.
Ms Duncan, 68, allegedly said she had a problem with black people because there was ‘something about their faces’.
The remarks were allegedly passed to Ukip bosses – forcing the party to expel her shortly before Christmas.
Ms Duncan made the comments during filming for a TV documentary about Ukip in South Thanet – the seat where Nigel Farage is standing for election in May.