Politics 11 April 2010 Ukip poster launch: the politics of anti-politics “Sod the Lot” is a step up from “Get Lost We’re Full”. Print HTML Ukip has been the party to watch so far in this election. First it produced a leaflet on behalf of its South Ribble candidate David Duxbury with the rather unsubtle anti-asylum line: "Get Lost We're Full". Next, its Ilford South hopeful Paul Wiffen was caught leaving a comment on a blog abusing "left-wing scum", wife-beating Romanian gypsies and "Muslim nutters". Now we have the anti-politics poster. I guess in the light of recent events it is disappointingly mild, despite the use of the word "sod", surely a first for a general election poster (unless you know otherwise). For what it's worth Iain Dale likes it, but PoliticalBetting's Mike Smithson is not so sure. One final thought: is it Photoshop-proof? Nope, thought not. Follow the New Statesman team on Facebook. › Debate week: What Gordon Brown must do Jon Bernstein, former deputy editor of New Statesman, is a digital strategist and editor. He tweets @Jon_Bernstein. Subscribe More Related articles Michelle Obama's powerful speech demolishes Donald Trump without even mentioning his name In defence of expertise: it’s time to take the heart out of “passionate” politics Why do the words “soup, swoop, loop de loop” come to mind every time I lift a spoon to my lips?