Gerard Batten

If Ukip holds the balance of power after the next election it would try and persuade the government to lead the United Kingdom
Here's the one thing you need to know on Thursday 22 May 2014... THE UKIP MOMENT? It's election day. The Thursday we've all
He believes the European Union was conceived by Nazi Germany, suggests the Bilderberg Group is a "shadow world government
Police are investigating an attack on the east London home of a Ukip MEP, which the party called the latest in a series of
Whether or not Ukip is a racist party per se is a distraction from much bigger and more important questions: why is it so attractive to 'loonies, fruitcakes and closet racists'? And how do its leaders get away with making racist, xenophobic and Islamophobic remarks?
As the son of immigrants, I grew up living in a community in North London alongside people from numerous different backgrounds and cultures. I know how much immigrants can contribute to British society and we should welcome those who work hard and make a contribution. However, we have to take seriously, and address, public anxiety over the potential scale and effect of immigration from Eastern European countries.
If UKIP took itself about as seriously as the Monster Raving Loony Party takes itself, then it would be a laugh a minute. The fact that UKIP does take itself seriously is actually rather sad.
Here are the five things you need to know on Wednesday 5 February 2014... 1) TAX CUTS? OVER MY DEAD BODY? Tories who are
UPDATE: Syed Kamall, leader of Britain's Conservative MEPs, has delivered a letter to the (empty) desk of his fellow London
The Left are finally taking Ukip seriously because we are taking their votes. We have seen a recent spate of bad news stories directed at Ukip. Ukip's founder, Alan Sked is setting up and alternative 'left wing Ukip' and Miliband advisor, Stewart Wood, let slip that Labour will probably sign up to a referendum before the next election.