Study shows that UKIP supporters are as disillusioned with charities as they are with MPS.
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Like a vote for Ukip, to fly the St George’s Cross is as much to declare one’s antipathy to the liberal, metropolitan well-to-do middle-classes as it is a protest against the EU.
There is no one type of ‘working person’, and it’s an indictment of our politics that such an obvious point has to be made.
For the residents of Rochester, addressing their concerns about living standards, schools and healthcare would go a long way to dampening their worries about immigration.
The more concretely we paint UKIP as a pointless third-rate Thatcher tribute band, the more effective it will prove.
Critics of Cameron’s environmental pledge should be reminded that the UK’s contribution is actually very small.
The coalition’s policies are as much to blame as UKIP in creating the perception that the UK is hostile to overseas students.