UKIP leader Nigel Farage will vet every potential immigrant to Britain, including a full medical.
Farage said UKIP’s immigration policy is him conducting at least 50,000 ‘examinations’ each year, in a bid to ‘weed out anyone who thinks incorrect thoughts or has poor personal hygiene’.
The UKIP leader said he would meet at least 140 applicants a day, 365 days a year in order to ‘maintain the highest levels of vigilance’.
He said: “It’s a seven minute exam. They present their CV and have one minute to sell themselves and then I get stuck in.
“There will be some English history, a trick question about Chinese food and then I put on the latex glove.
“Then they have to neck a pint of John Smith’s in less than eight seconds, while I march around the room shouting absolute filth.
“But of course all of that counts for nothing if I just don’t like the look of them.”
Farage stressed that none of the other party leaders had offered to vet 50,000 immigrants a year, because ‘they’re not prepared to use the glove’.