A UKIP councillor's "deeply racist comments", which saw her expelled from the party, have been broadcast in a BBC documentary:
While filing her nails, Rozanne Duncan told UKIP's local press secretary: "The only people I do have problems with are negroes.
"And I don't know why. I don't know if there's something in my psyche or whether something happened to me in a previous life, or whether something happened to me as a very, very young person and I've drawn a veil over it, because that sometimes happens, doesn't it.
"But I really do have a problem with people with negroid features, I really do."
Duncan made the comments immediately after saying: "There is absolutely no way I am a racist."
Duncan was rapidly expelled from the party, a decision she says came as a "bombshell".
She told the BBC: "I still honestly believe what I said was never in any way racist or derogatory.
I used the word 'negroes' as you would do Asians, Chinese, Muslims, Jews. It's a description. It's not an insult.
In the same way that that you would say 'Well, what do you mean, Jewish?' They belong to a community, they've got a certain faith, they usually have noses that have a bit of a curve to them."
The BBC captured her comments as part of a documentary following UKIP activists in Kent called Meet the Ukippers.
Siraj Datoo is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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