Tag Archives: Nigel Farage

UKIP policies: dangerous, costly and yes, racist

UKIP rosette

We don’t need to go trawling through old manifestos and historic statements; it’s right there on their website.

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On any objective test the Green Party should be in the leaders’ debates

Green Party

Yesterday the broadcasters unveiled a proposal for televised leaders’ debates that fails basic tests of fairness and balance.

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UKIP is tapping into ‘left behind’ Britain

Douglas Carswell ncrj

UKIP is offering disengaged and disillusioned Britons a return to a less challenging, more cohesive past.

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UKIP isn’t helping Labour

Nigel Farage ncrj

With just seven months to go until the General Election, the electoral landscape has never been more unpredictable.

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Labour has a working class problem

UKIP ncrj

What do the Middleton and Heywood and Clacton by-elections tell us about the Labour vote?

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Revolt on the Left: dealing with Labour’s UKIP problem

Nigel Farage ncrj

The Fabian Society are right to highlight the UKIP threat to Ed Miliband, writes Richard Carr.

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On welfare, it is UKIP playing catch up with Labour and the Tories

Nigel Farage ncrj

On Welfare, UKIP is taking its lead from Labour and the Conservatives.

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Politicians will never please the public on immigration, so they should stop trying

Immigration ncrj

On immigration, we demand that our politicians serve us a dish of fried snowballs and then feign disappointment when they fail to deliver it.

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The public are being left without a positive vision of the state

David Cameron ncrj

Disengagement from the state is aiding the rise of UKIP.

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UKIP’s rise isn’t the end of politics – but it does mean the end of the left-right continuum

Farage ncr2j

UKIP has short-circuited the left-right continuum and defied triangulation.

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