Hampstead and Kilburn general election 2015: Ukip candidate Magnus Nielsen’s final word

PUBLISHED: 08:00 07 May 2015

Magnus Nielsen. Picture: Polly Hancock.

Magnus Nielsen. Picture: Polly Hancock.


Ukip candidate Magnus Nielsen faces a final Q&A before today’s general election in Hampstead and Kilburn.

What’s the first thing you’d do if you were elected? I will spend May 8 clearing my flat.

If you were in government, what would be the first policy you’d like to introduce? I would like to raise standards of service in the tourist industry.

If you don’t get elected, what will you do? I shall start preparing myself for Camden Council elections.

The likely outcome is a coalition – what would be your favoured option? A Conservative and Ukip coalition.

What do you think is the most likely outcome of the election? A coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.

Who do you think will win in Hampstead and Kilburn? The odds are on Simon with Tulip not far behind.

Where will you be going on election night to celebrate/drown your sorrows? I shall be celebrating the event with my Ukip colleagues whatever the result.

What has been your favourite memory from the campaign so far? I am always impressed by the close camaraderie between rival candidates during elections.

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