Mind you, Heath’s Law probably applies: “The next election will resemble the last election more closely than most people believe.”
Posts Tagged: Nigel Farage
The question was debated on today’s Daily Politics. The Tories’ Tim Loughton replied that he’s quite relaxed about the possibility.
Enoch Powell failed to realise how quickly how quickly many of the new arrivals here would become British
From dubious remarks to bust-ups with journalists, the former UKIP MEP has been all over the papers for all the wrong reasons.
Osborne’s balancing act; Farage riding a tiger; Backbench rebels; Labour miserablists; and a few crucial days in May.
His announcement perfectly suits his quest to dispel UKIP’s image as the new nasty party.
Voters want reassurance, not recklessness
WATCH: Anna Soubry says that Nigel Farage looks “as though someone has put their finger up his bottom and he rather likes it.”
Disraeli described the sense of betrayal which Graham Brady has this week expressed more temperately.
Britain’s powerlessness to restrict the movement of Romanians and Bulgarians from January 1 shows up the consequences of membership.
In an era when minor parties can have a major impact, who gets to decide which ones get the oxygen of publicity?
Your Party put out a leaflet saying that 29 million people were going to flood into Britain – and they’re only 27 million of them anyway.”
Stephan Shakespeare: Is it Euro-scepticism, or anti-establishment frustration, that is fuelling UKIP?
The voters currently captured by the Party are more concerned about energy prices and immigration than about the EU.
An NHS crisis. Romanians and Bulgarians. Farage on tour. UKIP top the Euro polls. And then…aaarrrgggh…AAARRGGH!
Local purples are standing aside for “like-minded” Conservative councillors.