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    UKIP’s Hail Mary: Burqas Cause Vitamin D Deficiency!

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    The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) has released a new manifesto in which they argue that the burqa should be banned from public spaces in the United Kingdom because they can cause vitamin D deficiency by shielding the wearer’s skin from the sun.

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    Hopefully for UKIP, Britons care quite a bit about skin health. The party's representation in local government seats went from 145 seats to one after May's local government elections.

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