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UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

Tom Ridgway April 29, 2017 0

What a political journey the ‘People’s Army’ has been on. From winning the European Parliament elections in 2014, to forcing David Cameron into holding an in/out EU referendum, it once seemed that UKIP were an unstoppable

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Paul Nuttall UKIP: “If you don’t like prison conditions, don’t be a prolific criminal”

Paul Nuttall UKIP: “If you don’t like prison conditions, don’t be a prolific criminal”

Alex MacDonald March 6, 2015 0

Prison guards and prisoners could face prosecution for breaking smoking ban laws after a High Court ruling. The decision was made after one inmate, Paul Black, complained about being exposed to second-hand smoke. Mr

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UKIP: The Anti Everything Party

UKIP: The Anti Everything Party

Lee Jenkins January 23, 2014 3

In positioning themselves as the broad party of protest, UKIP are reaping what they sowed Last week’s revelations of a UKIP councillor who claims that Same Sex Marriage has caused flooding would be comical

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T’up North: UKIP’s New Happy Hunting Ground

T’up North: UKIP’s New Happy Hunting Ground

Lee Jenkins July 4, 2013 3

Forget the Shires, UKIP have their sites on the towns and cities of Northern England With the exception of Lincolnshire, UKIP have yet to make real headway in Tory areas, which would be odd

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A New Political Battleground: Rise of the UKIP Force

Backbencher May 6, 2013 0

Matthew Stinchcombe, UKIP declared a ‘sea-change’ at the 2013 local elections winning 147 councillors in local authorities (a gain of 139 seats) and an average of 25% of the vote across the areas which

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Ambitious, Bright and on the Right: Movers and shakers of 2013

Ambitious, Bright and on the Right: Movers and shakers of 2013

Christopher Gage January 7, 2013 11

There is not a week passing by that doesn’t remind us of the dire situation the British centre-right finds itself in. A Conservative party unsure of its sex-change commitment, and a  Chancellor more concerned

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BBC Question Time in Slough [25/10/12]

BBC Question Time in Slough [25/10/12]

Andrew Thorpe-Apps October 26, 2012 0

This week’s Question Time came from Slough. The panel comprised of business secretary Vince Cable, shadow attorney general Emily Thornberry, Conservative MP Claire Perry, UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall and Mehdi Hasan, political director

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