UKIP’s leader Henry Bolton has been removed from his post by members after he lost a vote of no confidence.
In January, UKIP top brass passed a vote of no confidence in the leader, but the embattled leader refused to resign.
876 of the 1406 votes cast were in favour of removing Henry Bolton.
In an extraordinary meeting of Kippers, Mr Bolton threatened to SUE the party if he lost the vote, which divided much of the crowd.
Bolton’s judgment was called into question ever since the news broke that he had left his wife for Jo Marney, a topless model.
Weeks later, leaked texts from Jo Marney revealed racist messages about Prince Harry’s fiancée Meghan Markle.
Bolton then broke up with Marney, but the pair were secretly still seeing each other.