NIGEL Farage has confirmed UKIP’s general election manifesto will be printed as an optical illusion.
After rumours the document would include a five-point plan to re-nationalise the cravat industry and a racial epithet word-search, the UKIP leader assured voters it will be much less specific.
Farage said: “Using cutting-edge 1990s technology, we’ve created a manifesto that promises you whatever you want to see.
“For some it’s a peaceful village scene. For others it’s me ramming a banana into a Eurocrat in front of a cheering crowd.
“Or perhaps you’ll just see an army of true Britons sweeping across the continent and making this country great again with fire and steel.”