Would a Conservative Party led by him have beaten UKIP?
Posts Tagged: Nigel Farage
What is it that causes our politicians to make so many unforced errors?
While some Ukippers don’t mind dishing out insults – ‘LibLabCon’, ‘EUSSR’ etc – they get worse in return
The latest developments in Paris show how a British Labour government might react if it gets into serious trouble
Some of the ruling tribes are on the way to becoming lost tribes, banished forever to the political wilderness
“The question for leaders of parties is how do you deal with people when problems occur.”
Conservative parties are rooted in specific circumstances, particular traditions – if that vital context disappears then so does our purpose
Westminster village types seemed genuinely surprised that an anti-war message can come from a rightwing politician
Interview: Andrew Gimson meets James Delingpole, a conservative who thinks the British Establishment stinks
Macmillan: “a soft fascist”. Letwin: “The devil incarnate.” And how Steve Hilton loved staghunting. Breibart’s new UK Executive Editor speaks out.
What ultimately keeps governments in power isn’t constitutions or electoral mandates, but the support of sufficient numbers of men with guns
At present, UKIP poses more of a threat to the Conservatives than Labour.
The conventional wisdom is that UKIP’s new voters are disaffected Tories. Nigel Farage insists they come from all parties and none. Who is right?
The shameful truth is that Western intervention has been a catastrophe for the Christian inhabitants of Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries
‘Twas the UKIP leader’s light-hearted attempt to turn the political weather in his favour, after a difficult week.
The party is trying to professionalise while retaining its insurgent appeal. We take a look at the man tasked with the job.