It has not been a good week for Ukip, with several of the Eurosceptic party's candidates finding their political careers coming to an abrupt end after allegations of Nazi-sympathising and homophobia.
But some of their candidates, and their supporters, have been guilty of less serious crimes - crimes against grammar and accuracy.
Here HuffPost UK takes a look at some of the silliest election leaflets put out by the party.
Some interesting grammar on the leaflet from Ken Wight, candidate for Beaconsfield. (h/t <a href="https://twitter.com/hopenothate" target="_blank">@Hope Not Hate</a>)
Ukip compares immigration to Native American oppression
In 2010, Ukip issued a leaflet in Lancaster which compared immigration in the UK to the plight of Native Americans. The leaflet, <a href="http://www.electionleaflets.org/parties/united_kingdom_independence_party/?page=6" target="_blank">uploaded on The Straight Choice</a>, depicts a Native American in full head dress with the caption: “He used to ignore immigration … now he lives on a reservation”.
<a href="http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2013/04/26/staffordshire-ukip-election-leaflet-mocks-bisexuals-and-warns-of-explicit-homosexual-sex-education/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Pinknews+(Pink+News)" target="_blank">A leaflet posted through letterboxes in Staffordshire</a>, in support of Ukip candidate David Nixon’s leaflet was illustrated a cartoon of a young boy holding a placard which said: “Rights for Bi-Sexuals We demand the right to marry With (at least) one man and one woman.” Below it said: “Where will it end? – A child should have the right to a mother and a father.”
The leaflet proudly announces Suffolk candidate David Reynolds' opposition to the high-speed rail HS2, even though the route does not go through Suffolk.. (h/t<a href="https://twitter.com/jacklay93/status/326636463775174657" target="_blank"> Jack Lay</a>)
Ukip on HS2
UKIP’s 2010 manifesto <a href="http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/politics/article3752308.ece" target="_blank">promised to invest in three high-speed rail lines</a>.. But now the party is staking its reputation on opposing HS2, which will run through Tory heartland areas
Same Sex Marriage leaflet
One rambling leaflet posted through letterboxes in support of Ukip describes "ordinary people" and "real people" who are against gay marriage. (H/T<a href="https://twitter.com/LiamBowles_/status/327801431467909121/photo/1" target="_blank"> @LiamBowles_</a>)
Ukip... or is it?
We couldn't resist including this one... for its sheer silliness. This is not a Ukip leaflet. This is a leaflet promoting Conservative Party candidate in the Eastleigh by-election, Maria Hutchings, in Ukip colours. Subtle.
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