Further questions were asked of the UK Independence Party in London today, with their leader Nigel Farage re-iterating their party was not "racist" despite several members expressing their controversial opinions that have been leaked in reports recently.
Farage wanted instead to change the subject quickly to focus on today, namely the unveiling of a new immigrant-targeting killer robot called the Robokill 4000. Farage turned around from the podium to pull a large curtain off a figure behind him only to show a giant 10 foot silver and red robot with guns attached to its arms. The robot stirred from its slumber, its eyes lit up and started to reveal its impressive arsenal of weapons to the crowd.
"This new robot will make sure that are borders remain safe" said Farage. However when journalists expressed worries that the robot was simply a tool to further UKIPs goal of a Britain without immigrants, Farage brushed it off as "Liberal hysteria".
The conference ended in controversy though when the robot threatened a journalist of Asian descent and opened fire on the fleeing crowd. "Farage was screaming at the robot "obey my command!" but it pushed him aside and ran free" said an eye witness at the event. The robot then flew up in the sky and many fear it will continue its path of destruction going on an unholy right-wing crusade. Experts believe this latest fiasco may dent UKIPs credibility in future elections. One analyst even said "Labour may be useless by at least they haven't released a vengeful cyborg into the country"