As Paul Goodman notes, it is entirely possible that Philip Hollobone’s statements about the burka were taken out of context. As far as I can gather Hollobone has not yet dissociated himself, which is indicative of the contrary.
Even so, a British ban seems unlikely. The burka was seen as an affront to ‘Frenchness’. The ban might not withstand a right to free expression suit in either France or Europe, but I’m told it has a good chance of doing so, such is the power vested in the French state by its constitution. Owing to Britain’s deliberately weak constitution, it seems to me that a ban issued by the executive would not survive a suit asserting the right to free expression, providing of course that such expression was genuinely free.