The party now favours strict limits on zero-hour contracts, the abolition of the bedroom tax and progressive taxation.
The party's new campaign is designed to win votes by whipping up animosity against foreigners living and working and contributing to this country.
The party attacked "privately educated" Times journalists. But its leader, treasurer, a third of its MEPs and all of its peers were similary well-schooled.
Ukip leader boasted of being able to earn as much as a Goldman Sachs banker by claiming expenses and employing his wife.
Ukip denounces "smears" from the Times and claims its leader is "confident that he has abided by European parliamentary rules at all times". But will he offer transparency?
The Prime Minister radiates the Westminster elitism of which Farage offers himself as the scourge.
Eurosceptics harp on about the need for democracy. But the Swiss, like the Norwegians and the Icelanders, choose to eat food from a table at which they have no seat.
Next week, the Deputy PM needs some pointed barbs, a few more jokes and a lot more passion.
The Deputy PM's pragmatic case for the EU gave him the edge over the tetchy UKIP leader.