Tag Archives: UKIP

Accepting Carswell with open arms is actually a massive risk for UKIP

It has gone unnoticed, but accepting a genuine libertarian who disregards party loyalists is actually a really bad move for UKIP

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

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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

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

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Chuka Umunna is right: UKIP voters can’t send emails

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In other words, despite the headlines there really isn’t a great deal to argue with Chuka Umunna about.

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How Labour can woo back working class voters

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It isn’t enough to promise only to ‘listen’ to working class concerns.

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Video: Tony Blair smacks down a ranting Nigel Farage

Whatever your opinion of the former prime minister, he certainly knows how to take the argument to Nigel Farage.

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10 things you should know about UKIP’s new MEPs

A closer look at 10 of the UK’s new representatives in Brussels is shocking, even by UKIP’s standards.

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The uncomfortable truth is that Labour can learn something from Nigel Farage

Ed Miliband no copyrightj

At least the UKIP leader avoids the dizzying spin which the voters are seeing through so clearly.

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How can Labour defeat UKIP?

Left Foot Forward asked a number of leading progressives what they think Labour needs to do to defeat UKIP.

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Structural inequality, not immigration, is the UK’s problem

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The answer to poverty isn’t to pitch one worker against another of a different nationality; it’s to combat the systems and structures that lead to such inequality.

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