By George Eaton - 29 August 01:06
The party opposes intervention in Syria and elsewhere but still wants to increase the defence budget by £17.4bn to £50bn.
By Rafael Behr - 15 August 08:44
Britain’s immigration debate would look very different if ministers overcame their fear of the fringe and trusted voters with a more honest account of the country we have.
By Caroline Crampton - 07 August 09:11
Speaking to the BBC’s Today programme, the MEP said that he thinks “most people probably agree” with him.
By George Eaton - 12 July 02:52
The party's membership has risen by a remarkable 8,500 since March.
Stuart Wheeler, Ukip's paymaster, on Tories he fancies poaching, Boris and the danger of Farage overdose
By Rafael Behr - 12 July 08:00
Stuart Wheeler, who made his fortune in spread betting, is staking his chips on Ukip. Over dinner in west London, he tells Rafael Behr which Tory MPs he’d like to snatch from David Cameron’s grasp and why Nigel Farage should steer clear of the TV studios.
By Sunder Katwala - 11 July 11:08
With Scottish voters far more pro-European than their English counterparts, the increasing doubt over EU membership could shift the odds in favour of independence.
By George Eaton - 30 June 11:01
Both before and after the next election, Farage's party is likely to remain a significant presence.
By George Eaton - 21 June 09:18
The UKIP leader, who set up an offshore tax fund on the Isle of Man, told the European parliament that tax avoidance was about "the perception of fairness".
By George Eaton - 21 June 08:36
A bad day for UKIP as Farage's tax avoidance is exposed and the party loses its deposit in the Aberdeen Donside by-election.