We don’t need to go trawling through old manifestos and historic statements; it’s right there on their website.
Poverty and job insecurity are more strongly associated with support for UKIP than migration.
Labour could propose a tax to save the NHS and people would pay it. So what’s the problem?
UKIP is offering disengaged and disillusioned Britons a return to a less challenging, more cohesive past.
With just seven months to go until the General Election, the electoral landscape has never been more unpredictable.
What do the Middleton and Heywood and Clacton by-elections tell us about the Labour vote?
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Initially UKIP refused to apologise, but did so about 24hrs after Jewish News flagged the story.
The Fabian Society are right to highlight the UKIP threat to Ed Miliband, writes Richard Carr.
Voters suffering most severely from forms of economic oppression, and who share fundamental left-wing values, are not voting for Labour and are definitely not voting for one of the parties to the left of Labour.