Ukip's woman problem laid bare.
The Conservatives in Thurrock have been accused of "cheap" tactics by putting Ukip candidate Tim Aker's little-used full Turkish name on a campaign leaflet.
Over the coming months and years, this new politics will shake the British establishment to its foundations. It has many faces but a common origin: the growing consensus that the status quo is broken.
Eric Kaufmann, Professor of Politics at Birkbeck College, pens a letter to the White British majority.
The characters change but, essentially, the plot remains the same. The old order is being thrown out. Populists of a leftist, rightist and nationalist bent are thriving.
I’m afraid to say we made the wrong choice as Ukip are beginning to prove time and time again their insignificance in Europe.
A confident stance on the economy will offer people hope to combat Farage's despair.
While some welcomed her effective sacking as ruthless leadership, others have denounced it as panicked and disloyal.
Voters who feel betrayed by the modern world do not want tinkering at the edges of the status quo.