On the future of Cameron and the date of a referendum there have been subtle but important shifts.
From leaving the EU to reducing the number of police forces, here is a brief run-through of the People’s Army’s most notable policies.
While other party leaders’ spouses are paraded round for a curious public, Kirsten Farage keeps out of the limelight. Good on her.
Even a dream night on May 7th has the potential to present some challenges for the “People’s Army”.
Some policies have been ditched, others have been tinkered with – and there are signs Patrick O’Flynn’s authority is severely damaged.
So much for direct democracy.
The “people’s army” will also simultaneously cut bureaucracy and create a whole new raft of bureaucrats, it seems.
Who are the officials, advisers, strategists, donors and communicators who are set to decide what UKIP says and does over the course of the General Election?
Interview: Jacob Rees-Mogg – “I think the love-bombing of UKIP voters would be an intelligent strategy”
He contends that we have become “a classless society” – and will set out in his election address his demands for our EU renegotiation.
The party’s Economy spokesman is under attack – and the ‘People’s Army’ are well-practiced in infighting.
The “people’s army” is now the biggest threat to Britain’s chances of leaving the EU.