He doesn't think homophobia exists, blames rape victims, and seems to be sexually confused about Earl Grey tea.
The publisher has written a letter that can leave the Ukip leader in no doubt about how they feel about him.
Orwell was wrong, the English will accept a far-right government, so long as it’s dressed up in silliness and accompanied by a farting trombone.
The Labour leader's message is a smart way to turn working class voters off Farage.
After foolishly boasting that victory in the Newark by-election would force David Cameron to resign, the Ukip leader marched his troops back down the hill.
If Farage chooses to stand, his party could have a genuine chance of winning a Westminster seat for the first time.
A strong performance by Farage's party could signal to Scotland that England may vote to leave the EU in a future in/out referendum.
A senior party source rejects Farage's suggestion that Miliband would be forced to guarantee a vote.
But Ukip is betting on a late surge.