European elections 2014
A week after Ukip’s rising youth star quit the party, accusing the leader of racism as a departing shot, Nigel Farage’s clan
I want a positive, ambitious Britain, open to Europe and the world. I want us to value the contribution of everyone who makes their home here. There are valid concerns on both sides, but let's not blame each other. Let's discuss the issues and find solutions together. Please use your vote on 22 May. These elections are about your future!
In times of austerity and economic crisis, the most vulnerable members of society are often scapegoated. Inflammatory and divisive rhetoric about issues such as migration is increasing, which can fuel tensions between communities.
Most people agree Ukip contains or attracts racists, according to a new poll which also gives the party a three-point lead
Ladies and gentlemen, in the yellow corner, the undisputed champion of ham acting, LBC radio phone-ins and leader of the 'let's stay in' club, Lib Dem leader Mr Nick Clegg. In the red, white and blue corner the bruiser from the boozer, Mr UKiP Union Flag himself Mr 'let's come out' Nigel Farage.