By James Bloodworth - 07 June 03:11
If there is a glimmer of hope, it is that it is the free market model embraced by the young is failing them. They could be won round.
By George Eaton - 31 May 01:08
Mercer has a majority of 16,152, but UKIP won 17.1 per cent in the county council elections.
By Jonn Elledge - 29 May 10:21
They punch… well, they pretty much punch their weight.
By Robert Webb - 23 May 02:02
"I feel like such a fool. I see now that, far from being a chaotic rabble of whingeing narcissists whose only love of Britain is for its imaginary past, it’s actually a team of visionaries with a dynamic plan to serve the common good."
By Alan Martin - 21 May 03:58
Obsessive, narrowly-focused activists are exactly the kind of people you want in your party's grassroots, argues Alan Martin.
By George Eaton - 21 May 12:56
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.
By George Eaton - 20 May 07:35
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.
By George Eaton - 17 May 02:54
It's right-wing bigotry that the protesters are "virulently opposed" to, not "the English".
By James Mills - 11 May 10:37
As it was for the "Tartan Tories", the real test for UKIP is not whether it can take votes off the Conservatives but whether it can build a broader long-term coalition.
By David Skelton - 10 May 03:25
Rather than aping UKIP, the party should focus on the cost of fuel, the cost of housing, job security and the cost of travel.