The Chancellor's denouncement of those who want to "pull up the drawbridge and shut Britain off from the world" applies to a significant number in his own party.
The Labour leader is being pushed to be less ambiguous in his criticism of the Ukip leader.
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert is questioning why Cambridgeshire Police officers visited blogger Michael Abberton's home after he sent out a fact-checked list of ten Ukip policies on Twitter.
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.