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Posts Tagged: Nigel Farage MEP
About half fall into the ‘engageable’ and about half into the ‘rejectionist’ category, according to British Future’s analysis of polling and research.
Newspapers that once flirted with Farage now denounce him – claiming it’s a LibLabCon plot misses the point.
“Is Patrick O’Flynn a friend in the media or a member of the political class?”
The Deputy Prime Minister is under some strain.
Iain Dale: I’ll vote for Ford and Hannan – but not Andreasen, Ashworth, Van Orden or Campbell-Bannerman
Why I’ll have Nick Griffin on my show. Why I won’t have Mo Ansar on my show. And: the duplicity of Conservative MPs
Are migrants rushing over from Eastern Europe? Or is the rush over? Today’s figures raise as many questions as they answer.
The UKIP leader suggests that his party may keep the Prime Minister in Downing Street after the next election.
The French point out that we have far less to worry about than they do: we do not belong to the euro
French residents in London prefer Cameron’s politics to Farage’s.
The next General Election is only a year away. Politicians should be treating the voters as grown-ups.
A mixed economy, an internationalist country, live and let live – the ideals I’d like to see it stand for.
Today’s papers report that Team Cameron has struck on a format for next year’s television debates. Should the UKIP leader really be included?
My film revealed a Middlesbrough in which tribal politics and voting patterns had imprisoned its people.
On the eastern fringes of London, drinkers worried by immigration reckon that Farage speaks for them.
Plus: Lay off Farage. How the Lobby messed up over Newark. Paxman: my sorrow. And: runners and riders for Newsnight.