After gaining 2,000 members this month, UKIP now has 27,517 and expects to pass the 30,000 mark once the backlog is cleared.
The real obstacle is not an absence of applicable law, but the woeful underfunding of fraud investigation and prosecution.
The Scottish First Minister is encouraged by a new poll showing that support for independence dramatically increases when the prospect of UK withdrawal from the EU is raised.
Ed Miliband advised Labour MPs to vote against the amendment, rather than abstain, after Tory whips warned they could be defeated.
Support for UKIP surges to a record high of 22 per cent in the latest Survation poll, with the Tories down five points to 24 per cent.
Instead of playing to the gallery, the Education Secretary needs to learn from what works.
The Speaker attempts to show that lessons have been learned from the Damian Green affair, telling MPs that he "considered the warrant personally".
The party tables its own rival amendment to establish a consultation on introducing civil partnerships for heterosexual couples.
The chaos in the Conservative Party is a distraction from the real priorities for people across the country: jobs, growth and living standards.
While some support the introduction of civil partnerships for heterosexuals, others warn of a "dark" and "cynical" attempt by Tory MPs to destroy the bill.
David Cameron has failed to bring forward the changes which are needed to bring transparency. Labour would develop a robust and effective corporation tax system.
This parliament has shown what happens when you leave too many MPs unoccupied.
It's right-wing bigotry that the protesters are "virulently opposed" to, not "the English".
To win the next election, the Tories need a left-leaning Lib Dem leader who can win over Labour voters in Tory-Labour marginals.
The Defence Secretary says civil partnerships make the introduction of equal marriage unnecessary, but he didn't vote for them in 2004.
The Conservative MP criticises the PM's U-turn and says "we should all be aware" of Lynton Crosby's links to the alcohol and tobacco industries.
The Labour line that Europe is a needless distraction would sound better if the opposition had more to say on everything else.
The Education Secretary "knows a thing or two about leadership ambitions", says Clegg on his LBC phone-in show.
Women account for 53 per cent of all over-50s but just 18 per cent of TV presenters above that age.
The Deputy PM has said it is now a question of "when, not if" a referendum will be held. Does Miliband agree?
With the aid of some fine lines, Labour's deputy leader ridiculed the PM's EU panic.
Labour must prioritise investment in universal childcare alongside income support, rather than simply trading one off against the other.
As Clegg stands in for David Cameron at PMQs, Tory MPs will seize the opportunity to remind him of his past promise to hold an in/out EU referendum.
It’s entirely possible that Labour could end up with the most seats but a smaller share of the vote than the Tories.
To avoid a "second home subsidy", the government must limit the scheme to first-time buyers.
Some in the party fear it could face a "crisis of legitimacy" if it wins an outsized majority on a thin slice of the vote.
Ed Miliband should hold his nerve and resist demands to make his own hasty referendum pledge.
Miliband is making a strategic mistake by aligning the party with an EU political elite intent on exerting control over all 27 members states, regardless of the wishes of each electorate.
John Mann respectfully regrets that "a bill to call a referendum on reversing NHS privatisation was not included in the Gracious Speech".
After Gove and Hammond's interventions, the Prime Minister will find it harder to sit on the fence at his press conference with Obama today.