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It seems that we are being told, across Europe, that we should not support populist movements because they are not in the interest of the elite.
Nuttall's Ukip offers voters something that Corbyn's Labour does not: a patriotic party focused on reducing immigration and fanning the flames of an English identity. Labour either needs to co-opt some of those messages, or roundly defeat them. Mocking or dismissing Nuttall will only lead to electoral success for Ukip, most likely at the expense of Labour.
He said he won't stand in any leadership election though
3. Sam Allardyce as England manager The disgraced England boss was booted out of his job by the Football Association after
Nigel Farage today revealed he is “probably” still the leader of Ukip following Diane James’s resignation after just 18 days
Diane James has quit as Ukip leader after just 18 days. The MEP was elected to replace Nigel Farage as leader last month
Her resignation after 18 days will - again - provoke laughter from many of Ukip's opponents. But those in the Labour party should not laugh too hard. With James now gone, it will allow the party to elect a leader who can truly take them on in those northern, working-class Labour heartlands. Deputy leader Paul Nuttall - who was supposed to have stood down but is yet to be replaced - would be an excellent candidate, but he didn't want to job three months ago and there is no suggestion he would change his mind now. That means Steven Woolfe could walk into the role.
Diane James has quit as Ukip leader after just 18 days. The MEP was elected to replace Nigel Farage as leader last month
On Friday UKIP announced their new leader Diane James as everybody's supposedly favourite purple potentate Nigel Farage finally hands over the torch at the Party Conference. But what is the future for the party?