The Liberal Democrats aren't as universally europhile as you think.
Ukip's Elizabeth Jones loses her cool on the radio, screaming to be heard.
Speculation about a split on the right is nothing new – as far back as 1846, when Robert Peel repealed the Corn Laws, the “battle for the soul” of the Conservative Party was underway.
Ukip could prove to be of merely short-term electoral advantage to Ed Miliband; Labour may be in power after 2015, but its principles will not.
Ukip could cost Labour several seats next year.
Douglas Carswell set for landslide victory after his defection to Ukip from the Tories.
Without a strong left presence, there is no one to counter the rightward march of British politics.
Instead of asking why there isn't a feasible left-of-centre party, we should be asking why, when support for their policies is so high, only 1 per cent of voters crossed the Greens' box in May 2010.
Leading Tory eurosceptic says Carswell's decision doesn't make sense after Cameron's EU referendum pledge.
The party's best hope of defeating the defector lies in winning tactical support from centrist voters.